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Tokyo University of Science Faculty of Science and Technology Information Science Assistant Professor
Ph.D. of Information Science(Mar, 2017 Nagoya University)

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Norifumi Kawabata received the B.E., M.E. degrees in the Intellectual Information Engineering from University of Toyama, Japan, in 2011, and 2013, respectively. Since 2013, he entranced into Ph.D. course in the Information Platform Group, Department of Information Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science in Nagoya University. He received the Ph.D. of Information Science from Nagoya University, Japan, in March 2017, respectively. Since April 2017 to March 2018, he was studying as a Research Fellow, Center for Frontier Medical Engineering (CFME), Chiba University. Since April 2018 to March 2019, he was supporting as an Assistant Technical Staff of transportation and information systems in the Center of Innovation (COI) research, the Institutes of Innovation for Future Society, Nagoya University. Since April 2019 to now, he educates and researches on computer sciences in the Department of Information Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science as an Assistant Professor. He got a prize of “IEICE Tokai Section Student Award 2014 (Doctor)” in June 2015. He has been selected “ITE International Conference Student Support Grant” for ITC-CSCC 2016 in July 2016. He also got a prize of “Forum on Information Technology Encouragement Award 2016” in September 2016. He has been selected “Traveling abroad Travel Expenses Assistance in the Telecommunications Advancement Foundation” in December 2017. He got a Certificate of Appreciation for serving as a reviewer for Journal of Electronic Imaging during the calendar year of 2017 in February 2018, and then, he also got a Certificate of Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing of Elsevier Signal Processing in April 2018. He is mainly interested in the multi-view 3D image media quality, 3DCG, visible digital watermarking, color image processing, human interface interaction, and medical engineering (Computer-Aided Diagnosis).

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    Graduate School of Information Science, Nagoya University (IB Building, Nagoya University) Aug 29, 2013 - Sep 4, 2013

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