Faculty Members


(Project Lecturer/Division of Environmental Studies)

Department of Human and Engineered Environmental Studies/Ergonomics (Human Factors), Human Interface, Psychophysiology

Career Summary

2002: Graduated from Faculty of Environment and Information Studies (Keio University)
2004: Received M.S. degree in Human and Engineered Environmental Studies from The University of Tokyo
2007: Received Ph.D. degree in Human and Engineered Environmental Studies from The University of Tokyo
2019: Assistant Professor (The University of Tokyo)
2020: Project Lecturer (The University of Tokyo)

Research Activities

We will systematize methods for sensing human physiological and psychological condition, effective feedback methods for learning, and multiple evaluation methods by focusing on human Learning.Our research areas are based on knowledge of ergonomics (human factors), pedagogics, human interface, and technologies of signal processing, AI, VR, AR and more.
- Clarify the mechanism of human Learning
- Develop multiple evaluation methos - Practice effective feedback methods for learning
- Establish a methodology for developing diverse human resorces

Clarifying the mechanism of human learning

Other Activities

Japan Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (JES)
Human Interface Society (HIS)
The Japan Society for Precision Engineering (JSPE)
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc. (JSAE)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

Future Plan

In this laboratory, we will create an innovative Learning aiming to realize an inclusive society where everyone can play active roles. We will also establish a methodology for developing diverse human resources and explore sharing methods with novel evaluation axes by clarifying the mechanism of human Learning.

Messages to Students

Pay attention to what you take for granted. Even your feelings and behaviors, sometimes their mechanisms are difficult to understand. Let's value simple questions and unravel Human with science.