Symposium of Yotta Informatics - Research Platform for Yotta-Scale Data Science 2022

Date and Venue

Date : March 9 (Thu)-10(Fri), 2023

Venue : Hybrid


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Times are in Japan Standard Time (UTC+9:00).


13:00 – 13:10 Opening Remark
Invited Speaker
13:10-14:10 Nightless City: Impacts of Policymakers’ Questions on Overtime Work of Government Officials
KATAYAMA MUNECHIKA (Waseda University)
Progress Reports Part 1
14:15-14:45 Empirical analysis of the relationship between social capital and subjective well-being
SATO TAKAKI (Musashi University)
14:45-15:15 How long do voluntary lockdowns keep people at home? The role of social capital during the COVID-19 pandemic
KURODA YUTA (Osaka Metropolitan University)
15:30-16:00 A Recognizer-free Spoken Dialogue System Toward Language Revitalization
ITO AKINORI (Tohoku University)
Invited Speaker
16:00-17:00 Adventure seeking the golden key for understanding consumer perception, likings, and behavior toward food
Han-Seok Seo (University of Arkansas)
Progress Reports Part 2
17:00-17:30 Kinship Analysis on wild populations of olive flounder
(Takeshi Obayashi & Minori Ikeda)
OBAYASHI TAKESHI (Tohoku University)
18:00-18:30 Homeostasis of mind: splendor and misery of the brain
TSUTSUI KEN’ICHIRO (Tohoku University)
18:30-19:00 It's not too late to collect experiences both during and after the 311 (the Great East Japan Earthquake): Future directions of disaster archive for future memory
Ryo Saito (Tohoku University), Akihiro Shibayama (Tohoku University), Koji Etchu (Miyagi University of Education), Yasuhiro Hatori (Tohoku University), Hiroki Ouchi (NAIST), Kazuhiro Ikeda (Shokei Gakuin University), Mari Yasuda (Tohoku University), Mari Hasegawa (Tohoku University), Toshiaki Muramoto (Tohoku University), Motoaki Sugiura (Tohoku University), Satoshi Shioiri (Tohoku University)


Invited Speaker
14:00-15:00 Metagenomics: a Paradigm Shift in Health/Medical Care
IMOTO SEIYA (University of Tokyo)
Progress Reports Part 3
15:00-15:30 Age-related changes in pupillary responses to poetic language
KIYAMA SACHIKO (Tohoku University)
15:45-16:15 BCCWJ-MRI/MEG
Yushi Sugimoto1, Ryo Yoshida1, Jeong Hyeonjeong2, Sachiko Kiyama2, Akinori Ito2, Akitake Kanno2, Masatoshi Koizumi2, Masayuki Asahara3, Jonathan R. Brennan4, and Yohei Oseki1
1University of Tokyo, 2Tohoku University, 3National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, 4University of Michigan
16:15-16:45 Recognition of Japanese historical characters using character parts
OMACHI SHINICHIRO (Tohoku University)
16:45-17:15 Analysis of external and internal structures of archaeological materials
(Yoshitaka Kanomata, Atsushi Fujisawa, Hiroshi Ishibashi, Harumasa Kano, Ivanova Daria)
KANOMATA YOSHITAKA (Tohoku University)
17:30-18:00 Prediction of subjective evaluation for images from facial expressions and biosignals
(Sato Yoshiyuki, Shioiri Satoshi)
SATO YOSHIYUKI (Tohoku University)
18:00-18:30 Does the color of the wrapping paper influence the promotion of the purchase of fair trade products?
IMOTO TOMOKO (Tohoku University)
Invited Speaker
18:30-19:30 Contrasting linguistic and genetic histories of human populations with a global genetic dataset
Chiara Barbieri (University of Zurich)
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