Curriculum Vitae -- Dr. Makoto (Mac) Yokozawa



(Short Introduction)
Dr. Yokozawa is the head professor of the Market and Organisation Informatics Systems Laboratory at the Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University. which is a Joint Research Unit with a private IT service company, Nomura Research Institute, Ltd. He has been participating in many study groups for regulatory and policy issues in Japanese government and private sector associations, including broadband policy, spectrum management, Internet governance, personal data protection, digital trade, innovation and Ubiquitous Network Society policies. 
He is leading global policy discussions as the chairperson and vice chairperson in many global fora including APEC TEL, OECD's business advisory committee (co-chair of BIAC/Digital Economy) and Data Flow Policy WG in WITSA, the World IT Service Association. Also he is leading domestic policy strategy in Japan as the chairperson of Personal Data Protection Task Force in JISA, the Japan IT Service Industry Association, and vice chairperson of the Internet Economy WG in Keidanren, the Japan Business Federation.
He has been also actively involved in the Internet Public Policy Fora, including Working Group for Enhanced Corporation in 2014 and 2016, IGFs and WSIS+10 review process in 2015.


(Full Bio)
Name :   Makoto Yokozawa, Ph. D.

Title and Positions : 

       Professor of MOIS Joint Research Unit, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University

        Senior Consultant, Nomura Research Institute, Ltd. 

Office Address: 134 Godo-cho, Yokohama, 240-0005 JAPAN

       Voice Mail & Fax : (Japan) +81-3-4496-6014 (US)  +1-650-653-2501

       E-mail :  m-yokozawa@i.kyoto-u.ac.jp

 

Educational Background:

1983 Received BS. from Dept. of Nuclear Engineering, Univ. of Tokyo.

1985 Received MS. from Graduate School of Engineering, Univ. of Tokyo.

1988 Received PhD. from Graduate School of Engineering, Univ. of Tokyo.

 

Professional Carrier:

1988 Employed by Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.

1998 Visiting Associate Professor at Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University.

2000 Senior Consultant at IT Research Div., Nomura Research Institute.

2008 Professor of MOIS Laboratory (Collaborative Research Unit), Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University (concurrent)

2014 Visiting Professor at Tokyo University of Science (concurrent)

2016 Fellow at TSC (Technology Strategy Center) of NEDO (New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization) (concurrent)

 

Personal Details :

Dr. Yokozawa was educated at the University of Tokyo in Japan, where he obtained a degree of B.A. in 1983 and M.A. in 1985 respectively. And he received his Ph.D. in 1988 in Engineering from the University of Tokyo. His thesis entitled “A Study on the Vector Monte Carlo Method for Neutron Transport Analysis” was a computer simulation study, and awarded the “Encourage Award” from the Atomic Energy Society of Japan.

He joined NRI (Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.) in 1988, and he is currently working as the Senior Consultant of Business IT Division. He has 30 year research experience at NRI, which includes social systems research, business creating research, multimedia technology systems research, and a start-up project of NRI’s Silicon Valley Research Office, NRI-Pacific.

He is the lead author of the world’s first book about the Ubiquitous Network Society published in 2000. For the past 2 years, Dr. Yokozawa has been continuously advising governmental committees and round tables including those for the u-Japan strategy of Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC), Information Economy initiatives of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), and the e-Japan evaluation research committee of the Cabinet Secretariat (CAS). As a business representative, he is actively leading discussions in ICT-related committees of Japanese business association, Keidanren. He joined an ITU workshop in April, 2005, as an expert of Ubiquitous Network Society, and is the vice chair at OECD’s BIAC/ICCP (Business and Industry Advisory Committee / Information, Computer and Communication Policies). Recent expansion of his research includes the Internet Governance and Enhanced Cooperation, in which he has been involved as one of the participants representing private sector at the Working Group for Enhanced Cooperation of 2014-2016 under the United Nations. 

At the Graduate School of Informatics of Kyoto University, he has a laboratory entitled Marketing and Organizational Informatics, where 5 students and a faculty are working in the area of business informatics including ICT policies.

Currently Serving as:

  • Vice Chair at BIAC/CDEP (OECD's Business and Industry Advisory Committee, Committee for Digital Economy Policies)
  • Member of Working Group on Enhanced Cooperation under United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD)
  • Chair at Global Public Policy Committee, Japan IT Services Industry Association
  • Vice Chair at Global Strategy WG, Keidanren (Japan Business Federation)
  • Vice Chair at Data Strategy WG, Keidanren (Japan Business Federation)
  • Councillor at APIDE, Asia Pacific Institute for Digital Economy
  • Director at CeFIL, Center For Innovation Leaders
  • Director at the Academic Society for Japanese Next Generation Industry (Mono-Koto)
  • Member of Council at Japan Network Information Center
  • Academic Advisor at Global Digital Foundation



Major Publications in English:

  1.  Makoto Yokozawa, Yoshiaki Oka, Yasumasa Togo: Development of Vectorized Monte Carlo Calculation and Application of Stratified Sampling, Jul.,1987, J.Nucl.Sci.Technol., 24[7] pp.507-515
  2.  Makoto Yokozawa, Yoshiaki Oka, Shunsuke Kondo, Yasumasa Togo:An Automatic Generation System of Source Programs for the Complicated Geometry in the Vector Monte Carlo Method ,1987,Proc. Int. Topical Mtg. on Advances in Reactor Physics, Mathematics and Computation, pp.1783-1790, Paris
  3. Yoshiaki Oka, Shunskue Kondo, Yasumasa Togo, Makoto Yokozawa, Fusion Neutron Streaming Benchmark Experiments and the Analysis by the Tree Dimensional Transport Calculation Code, TRISTAN , 1989, Fusion Engineering and Design, 10(1989), pp127-132
  4.  A Study on the Vector Monte Carlo Method for Neutron Transport Analysis, Mar. 1988, Doctoral Thesis at the Univ. of Tokyo, JAPAN
  5. T. Murakami, M. Yokozawa, et al,Strategy for Creation, Woodhead Publishing Limited, 1991, Cambridge, England
  6. Makoto Yokozawa: The Human Paradigm Shift in Japan ,Feb. 1994,The Human Side of Technology Symposium, pp.976-992, Albuquerque NM
  7. Yutaka Yamauchi, Makoto Yokozawa, Takeshi Shinohara, Toru Ishida: Collaboration with Lean Media: How Open-Source Software Succeeds. Sept. 2002, International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW-00)  pp. 329-338, Philadelphia PA
  8. Yoichiro Itakura, Makoto Yokozawa, Takeshi Shinohara: Model Analysis of Digital Copyright Piracy on P2P Network ,2004, The 2004 Symposium on Applications and the Internet Workshops(SAINT2004 Workshop), pp.84-89,Tokyo Japan
  9.  Saeko Nomura, Toru Ishida, Makoto Yokozawa: International Comparative Study of Identity as Presented on the Internet, 2001,4th International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Multimedia Applications (ICCIMA-01),pp.77-81, Yokosuka Japan
  10. Hiromi Uwada, Akiyo Nadamoto, Tadahiko Kumamoto, Toru Hamabe, Makoto Yokozawa, Katsumi Tanaka: Automated Content Transformation with Adjustment for Visual Presentation Related to Terminal Types. APWeb 2006: 1214-1217
  11.  Akiyo Nadamoto, Tadahiko Kumamoto, Hiromi Uwada, Toru Hamabe, Makoto Yokozawa, Katsumi Tanaka: u-PaV: Automatic Transformation of Web Content into TV-like Video Content for Ubiquitous Environment. MDM 2006: 61

 

 

Major Recent Speeches in English

    1. Towards a ubiquitous future limited only by our imagination, Apr. 2005, ITU Workshop on Ubiquitous Network Societies, Geneva SWISS
    2. Ubiquitous Network Societies and the u-Japan Policies, May. 2005, Conference for Innovative Communication Services, Taipei TAIWAN
    3. The Future of e-Government: The View from Japan, The Asia-Pacific e-Government Summit 2005, Oct. 2005, Beijing CHINA
    4. Quo vadis - Spam? The Future of Spam, Asian Internet Security Summit 2005, Nov. 2005, Singapore SINGAPORE
    5. Ubiquitous Network Society, from e- to u-, KCCI/ECIF conference; “Blue Ocean Strategy in the Ubiquitous Age”, Dec. 2005, Seoul KOREA
    6. Ubiquitous Trend in Japan , KOREA-JAPAN IT seminar 2006, Mar. 2006, Seoul Korea
    7. Collaborative Ubiquitous Network Business Platform – Based on Japan’s Experience, The Strategic Review Board Meeting of Science and Tech. Adv. Gr. for Taiwan Gov., Aug. 2006, Taipei TAIWAN
    8. Collaborative Governance on Cyberspace, G8 St. Petersburg Procedure – Global Forum for Partnerships between Governments and Business to Counter Terrorism, Nov28-30, 2006, Moscow RUSSIA
    9. International issues relating to a global infrastructure, NSF/OECD Workshop ”Social and Economic Factors Shaping the Future of the Internet”, Arlington VA, 13 Jan 2007
    10. OECD CONFERENCE ON INNOVATION IN THE SOFTWARE SECTOR, ”Management of Technology Lifecycle in the Software Sector”, Cáceres Spain, 29-30 November 2007
    11. ADOC Conference in Taipei, "Japanese Challenge for Digital Opportunity", Chinese Taipei, 7 June, 2008
    12. Global Forum 2008, "Participative Innovation in Media and Contents", Athens Greece, 22 October 2008
    13. OECD Foresight Forum, ”Innovation in private and public sector application”, Paris France, 11 March 2009
    14. OECD Roundtable on Policy Responses to the Economic Crisis, "Stimulus Packages and Current Policy Reform", Pars France, 1 April 2009
    15. APEC/ADOC Forum 2009, "Digital Opportunity in Social and Economic Context", Taipei Taiwan, 7 October, 2009
    16. OECD ICCP Technology Foresight Forum 2009, "Expected Social and Economic Impact and Application of Cloud Computing in Japan", Paris France, 14 Octobre 2009
    17. European Commission "The Future of Cloud Computing", "International developments & policy issues", 26 January 2010
    18. "1st Green Manufacturing Summit in New Delhi", "Eco Innovation after the Disaster in Japan", March 17, 2011 
    19. APEC TEL43 Industry Roundtable, "Cloud Computing in Japan", Hangzhou China, March 27, 2011 
    20. APEC TEL44 "Disaster Management Seminar", Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, September 27, 2011
    21. OECD ICCP Technology Foresight Forum 2011, "Socio-Economic Aspect of Mobile Application in Japan", Paris France, 26 October 2011
    22. European Commission "Digital Assembly 2012", "The Cloud seen from Japan", 21 June 2012
    23. OECD, BIAC and Confederation of Indian Industry, The 2nd Green Manufacturing Summit, "ICT as an Enabling Technology for Green", New Delhi, 31 Aug. 2012
    24. The Intelligent Living Space Forum, "The Future of ILS and Green Houses", Taipei, 28-29 Nov. 2012
    25. US-Japan Internet Economy Dialogue and related events, Washington DC/Tokyo, 2012-2016
    26. APEC  TEL48 "Recommendation and Moderator's Note on Disaster Management Seminar", Honolulu, HI, USA, September, 2013
    27. EU-Japan ICT Strategy Workshop 2015 "Data Driven Market in Asia-Pacific Area -  Digital Compound Market -", Tokyo, Japan, March 27, 2015
    28. Overall Moderator at APEC  TEL 51"“Development of a safe and secure ICT use environment”, Boracay, Philippines, 2015
    29. APEC 2016, "Digital Trade Dialogue", February 26, 2016, Lima, Peru
    30. Australian Information Industry Association, AIIA Summit: Navigating Privacy and Security, March 8, 2016, Canberra, Australia
    31. APEC 2017 Senior Officials Meeting in Nah Trang, "Capacity Building Needs Initiative (CBNI) Seminar on Electronic Commerce Chapter of the RTAs/FTAs", February 22, 2017
    32. APEC 2017 TEL55 in Mexico City, Mexico, ”Workshop on Enhancing Online Connectivity for Unleashing the Potential of Digital Economy", April 2, 2017
    33. 2017 Chinese Taipei, "Regional Economic Integration for Service Industries in the Asia-Pacific Forum", June 12, 2017
    34. Digital Economy Show in Guadalajara, Mexico, "Artificial Intelligence is the New Digital Divide",  June 16, 2017

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