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Lecture "Invitation to Applied Informatics" will be delivered via JMOOC

Invitation to Applied Informatics
 

From March 23, 2015, The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) will be giving lectures on universities and other lectures online at JMOOC (Japan Massive Open Online Courses, operated by the Japan Massive Open Online Education Promotion Council). "Invitation to applied informatics-from business management to animation" will be distributed.By April 26, lectures on the following four themes will be offered through JMOOC: "Informatics of Life Infrastructure," "Informatics of Business Management," "Informatics of Animation," and "Informatics of Human Resource Development.

The goal of the lecture is to understand how ICT is applied in the real world, especially what are the advantages and disadvantages of ICT in various businesses.

JMOOC Kyoto Institute of Information Science and Technology page: (Japanese only)
https://open.netlearning.co.jp/lecture/index.aspx?cid=00006J11

JMOOC: JMOOC
http://www.jmooc.jp/

Contents include

Lecture Content
Navigation Toshihide Ibaraki

Week 1: Informatics of Life Infrastructure March 23- Lecturer: Keiji Emi
Lectures on the fundamentals of information and communication technology (ICT) such as digitization, databases, networking, cloud computing, modeling, etc., through familiar examples.

Week 2: Informatics of Business Management March 30- Lecturer: Harufumi Ueda
Information systems used in companies will be explained using the manufacturing industry as an example, and the ideal form of corporate systems will be lectured from a management perspective.

Week 3: Informatics of Animation April 3- Lecturer: Sahoko Najo
The lecture will discuss how animation production has changed with the digitalization and what kind of business model it will become in the age of video sites.

Week 4: Informatics of Human Resource Development April 10- Lecturer: Toshio Okamoto
With the development of information and communication technology, e-learning has become a familiar tool for human resource development.Lecture on human resource development using e-learning.

Lecturers and Staff

Toshihide Ibaraki

Toshihide Ibaraki
Current position: President, Kyoto Institute of Information Science
Career summary: Graduated from the Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University, and received a doctorate in engineering from Kyoto University.He is a Fellow of the ACM, the Operations Research Society of Japan, the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers, the Information Processing Society of Japan, and the Japanese Society for Applied Mathematics. Expertise: Algorithms, computational complexity, optimization and its applications
Publications: "Algorithms and Data Structures in C" (Ohmsha, 2014), "Mathematics of Optimization" (Kyoritsu Shuppan, 2011), "Algorithmic aspects of graph connectivity" (co-author)
◆To those who are considering taking a course
I will be your navigator.We hope that this lecture will give you an opportunity to learn about the application of ICT and to think about ICT as your own.

Keiji Emi

Keiji EmiCurrent position: Associate Professor, Kyoto Institute of Information Science
Career summary: Graduated from the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University, and obtained a doctorate in Human and Environmental Studies at Kyoto University.He also teaches at Fujian Normal University in China.Chairperson of the ET Robocon Kansai Region Executive Committee. Area of expertise: object-oriented modeling, instructional design in e-learning, MathML for web display of mathematical expressions, etc. Publications: "Linear Algebra and Geometry" (Kyoritsu Shuppan, 2004) and six other works.
◆To those who are considering taking a course
This is an overview of information technology to help you understand this course.It may be difficult, but I hope you will do your best to take the course.

Harufumi Ueda

Harufumi UedaCurrent position: Professor, Kyoto Institute of Information Science
Career Summary: Graduated from Osaka City University, Faculty of Engineering, and served as General Manager of IT/ERP Promotion Office, Sanyo Electric Co. He is the head of the SAP Users Group Kansai Forum and a former member of the IBM Users Group Kansai Committee.
Area of expertise: Information systems management for global companies, ERP implementation consulting
◆To those who are considering taking a course
The lecture will cover the ideal form of information systems in business management.

Sahoko Nagura

Sahoko NajoCurrent position: Lecturer at Kyoto Institute of Information Science and Technology, Representative Director of Kalu Inc.
After graduating from Waseda University, Faculty of Law, he worked for an animation company in Japan and received his LL, Master of Laws in American Law and International Legal Practice).
Area of expertise: planning, producing and rights management for animation and other content
◆To those who are considering taking a course
We encourage you to attend this lecture on the animation industry in general.

Toshio Okamoto

Toshio OkamotoCurrent position: Professor, Kyoto Institute of Information Science
D. in Engineering from the Tokyo Institute of Technology, and was a professor at the University of Electro-Communications before assuming his current position.President, Japan Society for Information Science Education; former President, Japan Society for Information and Systems in Education; former Director, Japan Society for Educational Technology; Executive Committee Chair, e-learning AWARD; Fellow, The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers; Chair, ISO/SC36-WG2
Expertise: Artificial Intelligence, e-Learning and Learning Design
Publications: "Artificial Intelligence and Educational Technology" (Ohmsha, 2008), "Theory and Practice of e-Learning" (Maruzen, 2004), a textbook approved by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology for the regular high school subject "Information" (Jikkyo Publishing), etc.
◆To those who are considering taking a course
He will discuss the future of e-learning as a human resource development.

O-Ping Huang

Huang, O-Ping.Current position: Assistant Professor, Kyoto Institute of Information Science
Career Summary: Graduated from Dalian Jiaotong University, China, and received his M.A. from Iwate Prefectural University.He has worked as an informatics research assistant at the National Institute of Informatics, a technical staff member of the large-scale data modeling team at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, and a software development engineer at an IT company.
Specialty: Information Security, Speech Signal Processing
Book: Handbook in Data Hiding, J.-S Pan et al.Eds.), Chapter 9 (book chapters and shared writing).

Naoto Nagano

Naoto NaganoCurrent position: Assistant Professor, Kyoto Institute of Information Science
Career Summary: Graduated from Kyoto University, Faculty of Engineering, and Kyoto Computer Gakuin Professional Training College, and worked as a teacher at Kyoto Computer Gakuin before assuming his current position.
Specialty: Information literacy, ERP utilization

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