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Prof. AOKI Kyota

Utsunomiya University, Japan

 

Kyota Aoki was born in Osaka, Japan on December25, 1951. Kyota Aoki studied before teaching in Utsunomiya with Computer science. He had given PhD of engineering from Osaka University, Osaka, Japan at 1979. He works in computer science.He started from automaton, then moved to image processing. He had worked at Graduate school of Engineering, Utsunomiya University in Utsunomiya, Japan. He had retired from a full-time professor at the university. He works for the measurements about human motion and their analysis for the applications in education and health care as a guest professor of Utsunomiya University. Dr. Kyota is the member of IPSJ, JALD, and JSSMID.

Now, he has concentrated on the method to estimate the performance of our brain activity. The performance of a brain activity represents the development of young people, does the deterioration of elder people, and does the development of some diseases about brain. He started my research about the automaton. The research made his basis about the understanding about the relation between man and machine. Then, he moved to the area about image understanding. Now, his research is the method to measure the performance of our brain activity using video observations. Of cause, new cheap and easy to use devices help his researches much. The video synchronization task and the performance measurement method are big achievement.

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Assoc. Prof. Yulianeta

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia

 

Dr. Yulianeta is an associate professor in the Department of Indonesian Language and Literature Education at the Indonesia University of Education (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia), Bandung. Her interests are in the study of literature, culture, as well as women's studies. She is also passionate about teaching Indonesian language for foreigners. Her works have been published in several journals and books. She has written seven comics inspired by manuscripts and then adapted them into animated movies. Recently, she has taught Indonesian language at SOAS University of London and has been a visiting lecturer at Nanzan University, Japan.

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