Dr. HIDEYASU M. R. "HIDE" SASAKI

 

RESEARCH MISSION: CRESCAT SCIENTIA; VITA EXCOLATUR, Science for the Glory of our Lord, and better and fair academia for enhancing diversity.

 



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2018 Activities:

IEEE SSCI 2018
IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, Bengaluru, India
(PC Member, Reviewer, Oral presentation)

IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Cybernetics - Swarm intelligence (Oral presentation)

 (Reviewer)

2017 Activities:

Czech Science Foundation (Project Reviewer)

IEEE SSCI 2017
IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, Hawaii, USA
(SIS SS9 PC member, Reviewer, Oral presentation)

FSDM 3rd INTL CONF Fuzzy Systems & Data Mining
(Invited Speaker)

2016 Activities:
(Presentation)


 
 
 

RESEARCHE AREAS & INTERESTS:

  • Computational Intelligence (CI)
      • Swarm Intelligence (SI)
      • Bio-Inspired Computing / Nature-Inspired Problem Solving Techniques
    • Optimization
      • Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO)
    • Computational Modeling
      • Probabilistic Logic
      • Biological System Modeling
    • Soft Computing
      • Swarm and Evolutionary Computations and Applications
    • Decision Making
      • Time-Sensitive Decision Making

    PROJECTS:

    • Ant-inspired particle swarm optimization (Ai-PSO)
    • Computational modeling of swarm behavior 
    • Probabilistic logic of task analysis
    ARTICLES:
     

    ACADEMICS (not exhaustively listed):

    ACTIVITY:

      EDUCATION:

        • Ph.D. in Computer Science, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan, 2003
        • M.S. in Computer Science, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan2001
        • Attorney and Counselor at Law, New York State Bar, USA, 1999
        • LL.M., University of Chicago Law School, IL, USA, 1999
        • LL.B., University of Tokyo School of Law, Tokyo, Japan, 1994
        • B.A., University of Tokyo, Japan, 1992

        AFFILIATE:


        • Member of IEEE
        • Member of Catholic Lawyers, '12 - present
        • The Brown Scapular Confraternity of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, '13 - present
        • Multiple Paul P. Harris Fellow


        HONOR: