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Department of Industrial & System Engineering, Faculty of Science & Engineering, Hosei University

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Curriculum vitae


Name
Hiroyuki Goto
Position
Professor
Affiliation
Department of Industrial & systems Engierring, Hosei University
E-mail
goto-h_#~hosei.ac.jp  (please replace _#~ with @)
Birth year
1971
Lectures
Advanced numerical computation, Special Lecture on Advanced Management Science (English, Graduate course), operations research, mathematical analysis, simulation (Japanese, Undergraduate course), etc.
Research interests
Operations research, geographic computation, high-performance computing
Languages
Japanese, English, español (todavía está aprendiendo), bahasa indonesia (mungkin belajar selamanya)
Qualifications
March, 1997  Department of Earth and Planetary Physics, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo
March, 1995  Department of Earth and Planetary Physics, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo
Degrees
March, 2004  Doctor of engineering (Tokyo Metropolitan Institure of Technology)
March, 1997  Master of science (The University of Tokyo)
Brief biography
April, 2017-March, 2018  Visiting scholar, University of California at Santa Barbara
April, 2013-present  Professor, Hosei University
Sept., 2011  Associate professor, Hosei University
April, 2005  Associate professor, Nagaoka University of Technology
March, 2001  The Japan Resaerch Institute, Ltd.
April, 1997  Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.
Awards
March, 2016  IEOM Distinguished Educator Award for 2016 IEOM Kuala Lumpur Conference
January, 2014  Best Track Paper Award in Modeling and Simulation Track for 2014 IEOM Bali Conference
March, 2010  Best Paper for the 8th WSEAS International Conference on MANAGEMENT, MARKETING and FINANCES (MMF)
March, 2010  Best Paper for the 9th WSEAS International Conference on APPLICATIONS of COMPUTER ENGINEERING (ACE)
May, 2008  Encouraging prize from the Intellignet Cosmos Promotion Foundation
April, 2007  Encouraging prize from the Funai Foundation for Information Technology
May, 2004  Paper award from the Institute of Systems, Control and Information Engineers