Fujimoto Media Laboratory Toyo University, Tokyo JAPAN (Prof.TAK Fujimoto Group)
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Fujimoto Laboratory accepts and respects all genders, religions, races, and ideologies. Everyone will be able to research and learn in a research environment where their roots and policies are guaranteed. At Fujimoto Lab, we guarantee your free and respectful research activities.
We welcome motivated international graduate students. In Fujimoto Laboratory, we develop research combining Information Design and Advanced Informatics. With frontier knowledge and Technology in Information Design field, we will cultivate human resources of creative talent. We are seeking ambitious graduate students who will create laboratories together, and also actively recruiting international students.
About Fujimoto Media Lab
We aim for the integration of Sciences and Arts based on Media Technology + Design + Analysis. we have a wide range of interests in the area. Fujimoto Media Lab in Toyo University focuses on practices, technologies, applications and theories for interaction design and digital creation. Also, computer-aided design and creative activities are one of promising field to make effective support for designers and creators. we are aiming to become top level media studies laboratory in the world.
Our lab will cover a broad set of research topics including, but not limited to, the following :
Information Design, Media Design, Interface Design, Media Studies, Media Analysis, Media Branding, Media Art, Advanced Informatics, System/Smartphone Apps Development.
TEL : +81-49-239-1300
Mail : fujimoto [at.mark] toyo.jp
Information Desiugn, eXtended Intelligence(XI/EI), Bible Media Informatics(BMI), Media Design, Interface Design, Media Studies, Media Analysis, Media Branding, Media Art, Advaned Infomatics, System/Smartphone Apps Development.
Our New Challenge
Important Theme "XI :eXtended Intelligence"
XI is a completely new research field that is attracting attention as a new understanding to solve various issues and problems that are occurring in AI research today. The focus is not on computers that compete with or confront humans, but on how to use intelligent computers and develop systems to "eXtend" human creativity and potential.In XI research, the protagonist is always "human".
Important Theme "AoD :Analog on Digital"
Recently, content and services that merge the digital and the analog together have gathered people’s attention. While every kind of tool and service has been digitized, people are rediscovering functionality provided by analog-like methods or user experiences. In this paper, we demonstrate the design concept and method for producing digital content, which we named “Analog on Digital (AoD)”. AoD is the idea of controlling digital content on devices through analog-like methods, and it is different from the idea of “Internet of Things (IoT)” to control physical tools or machines digitally.
Important Theme "Bible Media Informatics"
Bible Media Informatics is a new research field that uses the latest media technology and computer systems to recreate and help us relive the phenomena depicted in the Bible.Bible Media Informatics aims to combine state-of-the-art media technology with biblical theology. Fujimoto Laboratory is exploring this new field.
We welcome motivated international graduate students. In Fujimoto Laboratory, we develop research combining Information Design and Advanced Informatics. With frontier knowledge and Technology in Information Design field, we will cultivate human resources of creative talent. We are seeking ambitious graduate students who will create laboratories together, and also actively recruiting international students. We will welcome your access to our laboratory, please contact us.
Professor TAK Fujimoto, Ph.D (Full name is Takayuki Fujimoto or 藤本貴之) (Date of Birth : April 10, 1976) He is a Professor, Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts, Toyo University. In addition to being a scholar, he is a Graphic Designer/Creative Director. He got his Ph.D. from Yamagata University and got his Master degree of Knowledge Science from Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) and got his Bachelor of Education from Waseda University. His research is including the area of Computer Science and Information Design, Cultural Studies. He is a member of IEEE, and several others. Certificate in TESOL / Certificate in TEFL
Ph.D., Information Design, Yamagata University, JAPAN, 2007
M.S, Knowledge Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, JAPAN, 2003
B.A, Education, Waseda University, JAPAN, 2001
Academic and Teaching Experience
Professor(Full), Dep.of Information Sciences and Arts, Toyo University, JAPAN, 2017 to Present
Associate Professor, Dep.of Information Sciences and Arts, Toyo University, JAPAN, 2009 to 2017
Associate Professor, Dep.of Computational Science and Engineering, Toyo University, JAPAN, 2008 to 2009
Associate Professor, Dep.of Future Development, Sonoda Women’s University, JAPAN, 2006 to 2008
Assistant Professor, Dep.of Information Media, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, JAPAN, 2003 to 2006
Our research activities include as : Media Studies / Information Design / Media Architecture / Media Design / GroupWare / Interaction Design / Media Analysis, and so on.
Teaching [2008 to Present]
Information Media / Visual Media Method / Visual Media Practice / History of Media / Media and Contents