Yuta Hashimoto

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Yuta Hashimoto
Kyoto University
Graduate School of Letters

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 2017
Tenure-track assistant professor, Natinal Museum of Japanese History
Apr 2010
Jan 2013
Educational Resources Information Center, Uchida Yoko Co. Ltd.


Apr 2013
Mar 2017
Doctoal Course, Department of Humanistic Informatics, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University
Apr 2008
Mar 2010
Master's Course, Department of Humanistic Informatics, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University
Apr 2004
Mar 2008
Falucty of Letters, Kyoto University

Awards & Honors

Jun 2018
Paul Fortier Prize shortlisted, Alliances of Digital Humanities Organizations
Oct 2017
Yamashita SIG Research Award, IPSJ
Jul 2015
Bursary Award, The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO)

Published Papers

Yuta Hashimoto
Integrated Studies of Cultural and Research Resources      Mar 2019   [Refereed]
The development of digital methods to transcribe a large volume of historical documents are the subject of active research in the field of digital humanities. This paper reviews the state-of-the-art technologies and projects focused on large-scale...
Yuta Hashimoto, Yoichi Iikura, Yukio Hisada, SungKook Kang, Tomoyo Arisawa, Daniel Kobayashi-Better
Digial Humanities Quarterly   11(1)    Feb 2017   [Refereed]
Yuta Hashimoto
The Journal of Information Science and Technology Association   65(12) 525-530   Dec 2015   [Refereed][Invited]
Although the academic usage of open data has been widely discussed these days, it is still not clear how open data can contribute to humanistic studies, where structured data are hardly used. In contrast with the existing practice of digitization ...


Report: The 15th Text Encoding Initiative Conference and Members' Meeting
Digital Humanities Monthly   (52)    Nov 2016   [Invited]

Conference Activities & Talks

Digital Humanities Approaches to the Study of Historical Earthquakes
Yuta Hashimoto
6 Oct 2018   
A Markdown Approach for the Diffusion of TEI Usage in Classical Japanese Studies
Yuta Hashimoto
Sep 2018   
The Role of Academic Institutions in Supporting Citizen Science : A Historical Seismology Case Study
Yuta Hashimoto
DSIR 2018   9 Jul 2018   
Minna de Honkoku: Learning-driven Crowdsourced Transcription of Pre-modern Japanese Earthquake Records
Yuta Hashimoto
30 Jun 2018   
SMART-GS: Image Processing Technology Meets Humanities [Invited]
Yuta Hashimoto
Tsukuba Global Science Week 2017   Sep 2017   
Minna de Honkoku: A Crowdsourced Transcription Project of Japanese Pre-modern Disaster Records [Invited]
Yuta Hashimoto
Digital Approaches in Japanese Studies   May 2017   
Encoding Japanese Historical Earthquake Recordings with TEI [Invited]
Yuta Hashimoto
The 1st International Workshop on Models of Japanese Texts and TEI   31 Aug 2016   
The Kuzushiji Project: Developing a Mobile Learning Application for Reading Early Modern Japanese Books
Yuta Hashimoto, Yoichi Iikura, Yukio Hisada, SungKook Kang, Tomoyo Arisawa, Akihiro Okajima, Tsutomu Yada, Rintaro Goyama, Daniel Kobayashi Better
Jul 2016   
TEI for Disaster Prevention: Encoding and Visualizing the Japanese Earthquake Recordings from the Edo Period
Yuta Hashimoto
Text Encoding Initiative Conference and Members' Meeting 2015   Oct 2015   
Marking up Historical Earthquake Recordings Following the Text Encoding Initiative Guideline
Yuta Hashimoto
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