Satoshi Nakamura

Information

Satoshi Nakamura


Department of Frontier Media Science, School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences, Meiji University
Associate Professor
Nakano 4-21-1, Nakano, 164-8525, Japan
+81-3-5343-8334 (TEL)



Software

I developed following softwares...
  • Lifelog Viewer: Photo Management Tools with Map and Calendar
  • WeBoX: Software for Scrapping and Browsing Web Pages
  • Thermarry: A Sentiment Visualization Tool of Video Clips
  • ToDoViewer: Software for managing ToDo by Tabs
  • ClipTx: Software for obtaining some text information from Window System

Hobby

Research

  • Search Interaction
    • Rerank.jp: Rerank Search Results based on Intearction
    • Hasande.com: Search an intermediate entity from two examples
    • SyncRerank: Comparing something by parallel search interface
    • SBSearch: Ranking Search Results Based on Social Bookmarks
  • Web Intearction
    • EnergyBrowser:
    • AntiSpoiler:
    • ...


  • Previous Work
    • SoundWeb
    • WebP2P
    • DoubleMouse
    • DoublePieMenu

Publications

Histroy

I was born in Nagasaki, Japan. I received the B.E, M.E and Dr.E degrees in Information Systems Engineering from Osaka University, Osaka, Japan, in 1999, 2001, and 2004, respectively.

Currently, I am an associate professor of Kyoto University.

My research interests include HCI, search interaction, web, wearable computing, ubiquitous computing, context aware and so on.


Satoshi Nakamura received the B.E. in Information Systems, Department of Information Systems Engineering from Osaka University, in 1999. He received the M.E. and PhD degrees in Information Systems, Department of Information Systems Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, in 2001 and 2004. He worked as a research fellow at the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology from 2004 to 2006. He worked as an assistant professor at Kyoto University from 2006 to 2007. Since 2009 he has been an associate professor at Kyoto University. His research interest include human computer interaction, intent detection and information finding.