Researchers

Masaharu Hirose

Department:

Solution Research Div.
Cognitive Data Engineering Grp.
Researcher

Research Domains:

Big-data analysis, machine learning, interactive design, human interfaces

Biography:

2017–present
Conducting analysis on factory data

2015–2017
Served as a support engineer at Intel Corporation for IoT business, embedded products, machine learning development tools and other areas
2013–2015
Conducted research on interactive design and human interfaces at the Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University.
2009–2013
Conducted research on applied physics at the Department of Photonics, Ritsumeikan University

Whenever I find a theme that looks fun, I quickly set to work on it. People tell me not to be a Jack of all trades, but I believe that diligently taking on things that interest me is the shortest route to achieving unique proposals. I am currently exploring how to connect my past experience with my current activities so as to produce something interesting.

Biography

2017–present
Conducting analysis on factory data

2015–2017
Served as a support engineer at Intel Corporation for IoT business, embedded products, machine learning development tools and other areas
2013–2015
Conducted research on interactive design and human interfaces at the Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University.
2009–2013
Conducted research on applied physics at the Department of Photonics, Ritsumeikan University

Publication List/Conference presentation

Paper
・"Gravitamine spice: a system that changes the perception of eating through virtual weight sensation." Proceedings of the 6th Augmented Human International Conference. ACM, 2015.
・ "PukuPuCam: a recording system from third-person view in scuba diving." Proceedings of the 6th Augmented Human International Conference. ACM, 2015.