Smart Mobility Project
These days, autonomous driving systems of automobiles have been one of the hottest research challenges in automotive technologies. It is expected that a passenger vehicle with autonomous driving function with high reliability will come onto the market and that low-speed driverless vehicles will enhance the mobility of ageing society. This project pursuits the smart mobility society by development and evaluation of future automotive technologies, especially, autonomous driving vehicles, platooning vehicles, remotely controlled vehicles and electric vehicles.
1991-1995 The University of Tokyo, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering
1995-1997 The University of Tokyo, Master of Engineering
1997-2000 The University of Tokyo, Doctor of Engineering
2000-2005 Assistant Professor of Faculty of Environmental Information Studies, Keio University
2005-2013 Associate Professor of Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University
2013- Professor of Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University