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場所・日時:

京都大学百周年時計台記念館 会議室3, 2015年3月21日9時30分~22日18時
住所:京都市左京区吉田本町
地図:http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ja/access/campus/yoshida/map6r_y/
グランフロント大阪北館タワーC8階・ナレッジキャピタルカンファレンスルームタワーC Room C07, 2015年3月23日10時~16時(23日のみ聴講の場合は参加費無料・聴講参加申込はこちらから
住所:大阪市北区大深町3-1
地図:http://www.kc-space.jp/accessmap/conference/towerc.html#jump
  • 1日目:持続可能性のためのインプットと京都市内のUNESCO世界文化遺産をフィールド調査
  • 2日目:研究開発プロジェクト提案のためのディスカッション
  • 3日目:プロジェクト提案の発表

Place,Date:

  • 1st day: Inputs and field investigation at sites registered as UNESCO world heritage located in Kyoto
  • 2nd day: Discussion for a project proposal of research and development
  • 3rd day: Presentation of the project proposal

スケジュール:

  • 参加申し込み締切り: 〆切ました(多数のお申込み頂きありがとうございました:

Schedule:

  • 15 March, 2015: Closed(Closed:)

3日間プログラムの参加費:
5,000円(昼食、コーヒー、レクレーション保険費用含む)+交通費実費

Registration fee for 3 days program:
5,000JPY(lunch, coffee and insurance fee included)+transport expense

使用言語:
英語,日本語

Languages:
English, Japanese

主催:

京都大学大学院情報学研究科

共催:

日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(C) (#25390152)「経済社会データおよび環境データを用いた次世代航空機ネットワーク構造の最適化」
日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(B)(#26282089)「システミック・リスクと社会経済システムのレジリエンスに関する研究」
-京都大学融合チーム研究プログラム 「社会技術環境システムにおける空間的レジリエンスの計量」

後援:

京都大学 デザイン学大学院連携プログラム
京都市
国連世界観光機関(UNWTO)アジア太平洋センター
Center for Energy Informatics, the University of Southern Denmark
一般社団法人SSCA2.0

Sponsor:

Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University

Cosponsors:

KAKENHI (B) Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (#26282089) “A study on resilience from systemic risks in the socio-economic system”
KAKENHI (C) Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (#25390152) “Methods for Optimizing aviation networks for the next-generation with socioeconomic and environmental databases”
– “Geographical Resilience Assessment of complex Socio-techno-environmental Systems (GRASS)”, The 2013 Supporting Program for Interaction-based Initiative Team Studies (SPIRITS) MEXT-Sponsored Program for Promoting the Enhancement of Research Universities

Patronage:

Collaborative Graduate Program in Design, Kyoto University
Kyoto City
World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Regional Support Office for Asia and the Pacific
Center for Energy Informatics, the University of Southern Denmark
General Incorporated Association SSCA2.0

担当/Contact:
p_sato_akihiro1
佐藤彰洋/Aki-Hiro Sato (京都大学/Kyoto University, JAPAN)
E-mail: aki@i.kyoto-u.ac.jp, Tel:+81 (0)75-753-5515

Biography:
Aki-Hiro Sato graduated in mechanical engineering at Tohoku University, Japan in 1997 and received the Doctor of Information Sciences in Graduate School of Information Sciences from Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, in 2001. He worked with H. Takayasu and Y. Sawada on stochastic processes and nonlinear dynamics with applications in financial markets and agent-based modeling during his Ph.D studies. From 2000 to 2001 he worked as a Doctoral Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science in Research Institute of Electrical Communication of Tohoku University. From 2001 to 2006, he worked as a Research Associate in Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University. Since 2007, he has been an Assistant Professor in Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.

A.-H. Sato’s research has concerned on issues of microscopic dynamics and statistical properties in complex socio-economic systems. His research methodology is of data-driven investigation which has been recently enabled by development and spread of information and communication technology. From a practical point of view, risk assessment of complex socio-economic systems is of crucial issues in order to make our decision in actual environments. A.-H. Sato’s current interests are in understanding both external and internal environments of our society such as cognitive patterns of market participants in financial markets, production-consumption of goods driven by demand-supply imbalance, risk assessments under uncertain environments, and so forth. He attempts to shed a light on these problems from viewpoints of similarity, causality, and universality. His recent other interests are related to system design to rebuild our society from a man-machine point of view. He recently has published a book entitled “Applied Data-Centric Social Sciences”, Springer, Tokyo (2014).