Graduated six months earlier and got a Bachelor of Science from the Department of Mathematical and Computing Science.
Acquiring Master of Science as a member of Shudo Lab (Distributed Systems Group).
Complex Network; Data Engineering; Algorithms; Graph Theory; Cognitive Science; Affective Computing; Neural Network
“Comparison of Graph Generation Models focusing on Accuracy and Variation".
16th International Workshop on Mining and Learning with Graphs. 2020. (MLG2020)
“Predicting Medical Professionals’ Wellbeing Using Wearable and Survey Data"
Join Assistant team and work on a migration project as a SWE intern.
Implement E2E tests and new feature for drop shipping (Atoyoro-Mercari-bin) at logistics backend.
Join Chrome OS team and work on Tast-lint project as a STEP intern. See portfolio for details.
I am a participant of Google STEP (Student Training in Engineering Program) 2019. STEP is an educational program that provides a development course and internship as a Software Engineer mainly for students who are a member of a group that is historically underrepresented.
About TISA (Article): Japanese,
TISA is a international student association at Tokyo Institute of Technology. I worked as a manager of events that collaborate with Japanese students.
Photo Shooting Event in December 2017 (Article): Japanese, English.
Karuta Event in December 2018 (Article): To Be Updated.
I visited Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and some companies in Singapore, and University of Malaya in Malaysia with 11 fellow participants.
I visited Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM) and some companies in Chennai and Bangalore with 10 fellow participants. See report for details.
I recieved DEIM 2020 Online Presentation Award. See the website (DEIM 2020) for details.
The TOMODACHI STEM @ Rice University for Female Students is a five-week research internship program for 10 female undergraduates from Japan who are majoring in science & engineering, held at Rice University in Houston, Texas. This trip was fully funded by TOMODACHI Initiative. I worked on a research project “Predicting Medical Professionals’ Wellbeing Using Wearable and Survey Data” (Poster).
EPATS is a project in which selected Tokyo Tech students arrange short-term overseas study tours themselves and travel abroad in order to develop their global perspectives and abilities to cooperate with people from different cultures and fields. EPATS have been received financial support from Hisao Taki, Founder of GURUNAVI Inc. Whole activities and the study trip were fully funded. See report in Japanese for details.