Hideyuki Tokuda徳田 英幸
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Professor of the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University
He obtained his B.S. (1975), M.S. (1977) from Keio University and Ph.D. (Computer Science) (1983) from University of Waterloo, Canada, respectively. After he completed Ph.D., he joined School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University and worked on distributed real-time operating systems such as Real-Time Mach, the ARTS Kernel. In 1990, he came back to Keio University.
His research and teaching interests include ubiquitous computing systems, decentralized autonomous systems, embedded systems, sensor networks, and smart spaces. He has created many distributed real-time operating systems and software tools such as Real-Time Mach, the ARTS Kernel, Shoshin, Scheduler 1-2-3, and ARM (Advanced Real-Time Monitor). He also created many UbiComp platforms such as Smart Space Lab., Smart Furniture, uPhoto, uTexture and uPlatea. Because of his research contribution, he was awarded Motorola Foundation Award (89), IBM Faculty Award (02), Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Award (04), Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication Award (05), Keio University Award (06), and IPSJ Achievement Award (10) in Japan.
He is a member of Science Council of Japan, Vice president and Fellow of IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan), JSSST (Japan Society of Software Science and Technology) Fellow and a member of the IEEE, ACM, IPSJ, and IEICE. Over recent years, he organized many international conferences and workshops in ubiquitous and pervasive computing community. He was a general chair of UbiComp2005 in Tokyo, a general co-chair of Pervasive2009 and INSS2009, and a pc co-char of Pervasive2012. He is a founding chair of IPSJ SIG on Ubiquitous Computing Systems.