In 2017, completed a Master’s course in the Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo. As of the same year, Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (DC1). He specializes in control optimization and fault detection and diagnosis of air-conditioning systems.
In 1989, completed a Master’s course in Architecture in the School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo. After working at Nikken Sekkei, he moved to the Nikken Sekkei Research Institute. He specializes in environmentally friendly architecture, outdoor environmental planning and evaluation, low-carbon cities, and smart city-related policy planning. He is a Doctor of Engineering (2014, Tokyo Institute of Technology). He is a Professional Engineer, building mechanical and electrical engineer, and small and medium enterprise management consultant.
In 2008, completed study of Spatial Systems in a doctoral course in the Graduate School of Human Environmental Studies, Kyushu University (Doctor (Engineering)). Founded MTD as an Industry-University Collaborative Incubation Project with the University of Tokyo, in which he took part while employed by Sony. Appointed to his present position after resigning from Sony, he specializes in energy management systems using the Cloud and improving the efficiency of large heat source systems. He is a certified Professional Engineer and utility design first-class architect.
In 2013, completed a doctoral course in Architecture, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo (Doctor of Engineering). After serving as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Industrial Sciences, the University of Tokyo, he was appointed to his present position in 2015. He specializes in numerical analysis of urban environments and the evaluation of human comfort in building environments.
Completed a doctoral course in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo (Doctor of Engineering). Research Associate in the Precision and Intelligence Laboratory of the Tokyo Institute of Technology, lecturer then Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Engineering of the University of Tokyo, Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, and appointed to his present post in 2015. He specializes in research on sensors equipped with nano-scale mechanisms and studies comfortable living environments applying human activity and physical condition sensing.
In 1992, completed a Master’s course in Architecture, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo. Earned his Doctorate (Engineering) (The University of Tokyo) in 1996. Appointed as Research Assistant (1992), Assistant Professor (1998), and Professor (2009) at Kyushu University, and to his present position in 2013. His specialty is architectural environmental equipment. His research topic is the long-term prediction of commissioning and urban environment load of building equipment and systems.
Joined Advanced Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd. in 2003 and joined the H-U Tokyo Lab. in 2017. He specializes in environmental functional materials, energy management, and renewable energy application for building equipment system. Professional Engineer of Japan (Chemistry, Comprehensive Technical Management).