All four public reports of the 25th term of the Science Council of Japan in which Prof. Fujishiro was involved are now available!
At the AY 2023 September undergraduate commencement ceremony, Ishitobi (D3) completed the doctoral course as the dean of the graduate school, and Yokota (M2) completed the master’s course as an early graduate.
A paper on a house dance design system authored by R. Oji (ME, March 2023) was published in the Journal of the Society for Art and Science. Ryo Oji, Issei Fujishiro: “A house dance design system based on constructive choreographic process,” Journal of the Society for Art and Science, Vol. Read more…
Media Computing Conference 2023 was held in Toyama, where Soma Yokota recieved the Young Researcher Award 2023. Soma Yokota, Shumpei Sugita, Issei Fujishiro: “Modeling of Opal Using 3D Voronoi Tessellation for Simulating Play of Color,” Young Researcher Award 2023, Media Computing Conference 2023, August 29, 2023.
Ishitobi (D3), Nishidate and Yokota (M2) were awarded at CGVI190.
Prof. Fujishiro co-organized the 6th Korea-China-Japan Joint Visualization Workshop (KCJ 2023) in Seoul, South Korea, with Yun Jang (Sejong University, South Korea) and Xiaoru Yuan (Peking University, China). See more here.
Prof. Fujishiro co-organized the 6th International Workshop on Big Data Visual Analysis and Exploration (BigVis 2023) in Ioannina, Greece, with George Papastefanatos, Nikos Bikakis, Steffen Frey, and Shixia Liu. In the workshop, he presented a vision paper titled “Clustering, universalities, and evolutionary schema design.” See more here.
A paper on CC-Glasses, a color communication AR environment for CVD patients was presented at AHs 2023 (Augmented Humans Conference 2023) held in Glasgow, GB. See more here. This is the latest result from the Computational Ophthalmology Project with the University of Yamanashi.
A paper on visual simulation of opal uthored by S. Yokota and a paper on efficient many-light global illumination authored by S. Sugita were published in the latest issue (Vol. 52, No. 4) of the IIEEJ Journal. See more details here.
On August 10th, 2022, the 50th Symposium on Visualization in Japan was held in Kogauin Univesity, where Kengo Honda recieved the Best Presentation Award. Kengo Honda, Hiroshi Kobayashi, Takafumi Saito, Issei Fujishiro: “Smart visualization of time series data,” in Proceedings of the 50th Symposium on Visualization in Japan, Kogakuin university (hybrid), OS9–4:1-OS9-4:5, August 8―10, 2022(in Japanese).