Shinichiro HARUYAMA

Shinichiro HARUYAMA, Ph.D. Professor, Graduate School of SDM, Keio University

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Biography

Shinichiro Haruyama obtained a Master's degree in Electric Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley and a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Texas, Austin, USA. He worked for AT&T Bell Labs, (later Lucent Technology Bell Laboratories) in the USA as researcher (1991-1996) and moved to Sony Computer Science Laboratories (1998-2002). He served as visiting professor in the Department of Information and Computer Science, Keio University prior to becoming a professor at SDM.

Research Interests

  • Total design of hardware, software and communication systems for ubiquitous society

Major Publications

  • Mark Cummings, Shinichiro Haruyama, "FPGA in the Software Radio", IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 108 - 112, February 1999
  • Shinichiro Haruyama, Robert Morelos-Zaragoza, Yukitoshi Sanada, "A Software Defined Radio Platform with Direct Conversion: SOPRANO", IEEE WPMC 2001 (Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications), Aalborg, Denmark, pp. 237 - 240, September 2001
  • Mari Kobayashi, Shinichiro Haruyama, Ryuji Kohno, Masao Nakagawa, "Optimal Access Point Placement in Simultaneous Broadcast OFDM for Public Access Wireless LAN", IEICE Transactions on Communications, Vol. E85-B No.10, pp.  1978-1986, October 2002
  • Haswani Binti Che Wook, Shinichiro Haruyama,  Masao Nakagawa, "Visible Light Communication with LED Traffic Lights Using 2-Dimensional Image Sensor", IEICE Transactions on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences, Vol. E89-A  No., pp. 654-659, March 2006
  • Tsubasa Saito, Shinichiro Haruyama, Masao Nakagawa, Inter-vehicle communication and ranging method using LED rear lights. Communication Systems and Networks, 2006, p.278-283.
  • Haswani Binti Che Wook, Shinichiro Haruyama, Masao Nakagawa, Visible Light Communication with LED Traffic Lights Using 2-Dimensional Image Sensor, IEICE Transactions 89-A(3), 2006, pp.654-659.
  • Hidemitsu Sugiyama, Shinichiro Haruyama,  Masao Nakagawa, "Experimental Investigation of Modulation Method for Visible-Light Communications", IEICE Transactions on Communications, Vol. E89-B, No.12, pp. 3393-3400, December 2006
  • Hideaki Uchiyama, Masaki Yoshino, Hideo Saito, Masao Nakagawa, Shinichiro Haruyama, Takao Kakehashi, Naoki Nagamoto, "Photogrammetric System using Visible Light Communication", 34th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, pp.1771-1776, November 2008
  • Kosuke Ishii, Olivier L. de Weck, Shinichiro Haruyama, Takashi Maeno, Sun K Kim, Whitfield Fowler, "Active Learning Project Sequence: Capstone Experience: Capstone Experience for Multi-disciplinary System Design and Management Education", International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED) 2009, August 2009
  • Toshiya Tanaka, Shinichiro Haruyama, "New Position Detection Method using Image Sensor and Visible Light LEDs", The 2009 2nd International Conference on Machine Vision (ICMV 2009), Dubai/United Arab Emirates,  December 2009

Awards

  • Best Paper Award in the conference of IEEE WPMC 2001 for the following paper:
    Shinichiro Haruyama, Robert Morelos-Zaragoza, Yukitoshi Sanada, "A Software Defined Radio Platform with Direct Conversion: SOPRANO", IEEE WPMC 2001 (Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications), Aalborg, Denmark, pp. 237 - 240, September 2001
  • IEICE Fellow (Fellow of The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers) was awarded in September 2009.

Academic Affiliations

  • IEEE
  • Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE)
  • Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ)
  • Institute of Image Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers (ITE)

Reference

  • Nikkei Shimbun, "Visible Light Communications in the Spotlight," September 18, 2005
    Introduction to the research into visible light communications conducted by the Keio Nakagawa/Haruyama Lab.
  • Popular Science, "The Lights are the Future of Data Communications," September 2005
    Introduction to the research into visible light communications conducted by the Keio Nakagawa/Haruyama Lab. pp.100
  • Kawasaki FM K2 Corner broadcast, "Communicating with Visible Light: The New Technology of Putting Information on Lights," December 20, 2005
    Introduction to the visible light communications research activities conducted by Professor Haruyama.
  • Nikkei Shimbun, "Lighting Fixtures Give Results for Communications," March 10, 2006
    Introduction to the visible light communications standardization activities conducted by JEITA, and chaired by Professor Haruyama.
  • TV Tokyo Opening Bell broadcast "Visible Light Communications," July 26, 2006
    Introduction to the Visible Light Communications Consortium and the research into visible light communications conducted by the Keio Nakagawa/Haruyama Lab.
  • TV Tokyo World Business Satellite broadcast, "Visible Light Communications," November 28, 2006
    Introduction to the Visible Light Communications Consortium and the research into visible light communications conducted by the Keio Nakagawa/Haruyama Lab.
  • Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun, "Formulating Standards for Visible Light Communications that Enable Information to be Exchanged Using Lights," May 23, 2007
    Introduction to the visible light communications standardization activities conducted by JEITA, and chaired by Professor Haruyama.
  • EE Times Japan, "JEITA Formulates Standards for Visible Light Communications, Seeks to Spread to Portable Electronic Equipment," August 2007
    Introduction to the visible light communications standardization activities conducted by JEITA, and chaired by Professor Haruyama. pp.35
  • Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun, "Advances in Communications Services: The Next Generation of Visible Light Data Transmission," August 9, 2007
    Introduction to the research into visible light communications conducted by the Nakagawa Laboratories and Keio Nakagawa/Haruyama Lab.
  • Kensetsu Gijutsu Newspaper, "Development of a Three-Dimensional Positioning System using Visible Light Communications," December 12, 2008
    Introduction to joint research conducted by Professor Haruyama and Sumitomo Mitsui Construction to develop a positioning system using image sensors and visible light communications.
  • Nikkei Shimbun, "Will this be the Year that Wireless Communications Using Light from Lighting Fixtures are Commercialized?" January 1, 2009
    Introduction to the new standardization activities for visible light communications conducted jointly by the Visible Light Communications Consortium, chaired by Professor Haruyama, and IrDA and ICSA.
  • Kensetsu Kikai, "Development of a Three-Dimensional Positioning System using Visible Light Communications," February 2009
    Introduction to joint research conducted by Professor Haruyama and Sumitomo Mitsui Construction to develop a positioning system using image sensors and visible light communications. pp.22-33 Hideaki Uchiyama, Shinichiro Haruyama, Naoki Nagamoto, Takao Kakehashi
  • PC-Webzine, "What Opinion Leaders are Thinking," February 2009
    Introduction to the visible light communications research activities conducted by Professor Haruyama. pp.92
  • Nikkei Shimbun, "Overcoming with Technology: Using Lighting Fixtures for Data Communications," February 19, 2009
    Introduction to the visible light communications research activities conducted by Professor Haruyama.
  • Nikkei Communications, "Evolving Mapping and Positioning Technologies Create New G Space Services," March 2009
    Introduction to the visible light communications research activities conducted by Professor Haruyama. pp. 50-53
  • Nikkei Trendy, "In-Flight Communications Using Visible Light," March 2009
    Introduction to the new standardization activities for visible light communications conducted jointly by the Visible Light Communications Consortium, chaired by Professor Haruyama, and IrDA and ICSA. pp.121
  • Kawasaki FM K2 Corner broadcast, "Communications on Trains," February 19, 2010
    Introduction to Professor Haruyama's research on communications on trains.

Research Group

  • Ubiquitous Communication Laboratory
  • Visible Light Communication Laboratory
  • Semiconductor Technology Laboratory
  • Train Services Laboratory