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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
MSS, CAS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2016-11-24
16:25
Hyogo Kobe Institute of Computing [Invited Talk] On Recording and Analyzing for Science Communication Focused on ``Interaction among Various People'' -- Conversations on Radiactivity in Iwaki-city --
Shin Aida (Toyohashi-Tech) CAS2016-66 MSS2016-46
By Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, Japanese people were exposed in “an unknown risk,” which meant the risk of radiat... [more] CAS2016-66 MSS2016-46
pp.69-71
HCS 2016-08-19
16:20
Kyoto   An Observation by Video Refection on the Lecture and Demonstration of Introduction to Radiation for Elementary School Students -- For Fourth-Year Students in Iwaki-Municipal Onahama Second Elementary School --
Shin Aida (Toyohashi-Tech), Haruka Minowa (Jikei Univ.), Risa Kanno HCS2016-37
In Iwaki-Municipal Onahama Elementary School, lecturer Haruka Minowa lectured on a introduction to radiation for fourth-... [more] HCS2016-37
pp.35-39
OFT, PEM
(Joint)
2015-05-21
16:45
Ishikawa   [Invited Talk] Use of Multi-copter in Nippon Telegraph and Telephone East Corporation after the Great East Japan Earthquake
Tetsuji Kumagai, Yuta Inaba, Kiyoharu Sasaki (NTT EAST) OFT2015-5
NTT EAST, as a company involved in infrastructure of telecommunication, has enhanced the structure of the operation agai... [more] OFT2015-5
pp.21-24
DE 2014-09-11
16:10
Tokyo NII、12F Room1208, 1210 Topic Extraction from the Financial and Economical Monthly Reports by using LDA -- Japanese Economical Climate Analysis just after the East-Japan Great Earthquake --
Yuriko Yano, Risa Hayashi, Yukari Shirota (Gakushuin University), Takako Hashimoto (Chiba University of Commerce), Tamaki Sakura (JCER) DE2014-36
We conducted a topic extraction from the financial and economical monthly reports by Bank of Japan to analyze the time s... [more] DE2014-36
pp.75-78
HCS 2014-08-23
14:00
Kyoto   On Construction of a Field for Validating Resilience of Reconstruction Activities of the Great East Japan Earthquake -- A Case Study of Iwaki City, Fukushima --
Shin Aida (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) HCS2014-54
By nuclear accident invoked the Great East Japan Earthquake, many Japanese people was exposed to ``an unclear risk'' rel... [more] HCS2014-54
pp.63-67
CAS 2014-02-07
11:20
Kanagawa Nippon Maru Training center On Finding Optimal Routes to Minimize Transmission Loss in Power Grid
Yasuo Ogura, Norihiko Shinomiya (Soka Univ.) CAS2013-85
The dependence on the nuclear power generation in Japan has been reduced since the Great East Japan Earthquake occurred.... [more] CAS2013-85
pp.63-65
SANE 2013-11-22
12:00
Miyagi Hagi-hall(22), C for Northeast Asian Sudies(23), Tohoku University Search for Missing of the Great East Japan Earthquake Using Ground Penetrating Radar
Jun Sonoda (SNCT), Manabu Watanabe (JAXA), Chinatsu Yonezawa, Motoyuki Sato (Tohoku Univ.) SANE2013-56
(To be available after the conference date) [more] SANE2013-56
pp.13-18
HCS 2013-08-23
15:15
Kyoto   Activating Communication among the People in Kesennuma Affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake
Rui Sakaida, Haruka Nukariya, Mikako Kurimoto, Masaki Suwa (Keio Univ.) HCS2013-35
As a solution for social problems in reconstruction from the Great East Japan Earthquake, We think it valuable to design... [more] HCS2013-35
pp.15-20
DE 2012-12-13
10:25
Kyoto Campus Plaza Kyoto Centrality Analysis and Classification of Twitter Accounts in the Great East Japan Earthquake
Hiroki Ishihara, Hirohiko Suwa (UEC), Fujio Toriumi (Todai), Toshizumi Ohta (UEC) DE2012-29
Using tweets extracted from Twitter during the Great East Japan Earthquake 2011, social network analysis techniques were... [more] DE2012-29
pp.87-92
AI 2012-06-21
15:15
Tokyo   [Invited Talk] Analysis of Retweet on Twitter under the Disaster Situation
Fujio Toriumi (The University of Tokyo), Kousuke Shinoda (RIKEN), Satoshi Kurihara (Osaka Univ), Takeshi Sakaki (The University of Tokyo), Kazuhiro Kazama (NTT), Itsuki Noda (AIST) AI2012-4
In this paper, we analyzed the 400 millions of Tweet data which posted around the Great East Japan Earthquake to find
h... [more]
AI2012-4
pp.19-24
IN 2012-01-26
14:30
Hokkaido Asahikawa-Terminal-Hotel Study of distributed autonomous authentication technology for disaster-affected access networks
Masahiko Mizutani, Kei Kusunoki, Yoshihiro Kawahara, Tohru Asami (Univ of Tokyo) IN2011-123
The Great East Japan Earthquake and the successive tsunami on 11 March 2011 caused an unforgettable historical tragedy t... [more] IN2011-123
pp.17-22
IN, IA
(Joint)
2011-12-15
13:35
Hiroshima Hiroshima City University An appproach for traffic modeling and ensuring connectivity during disasters
Erioko Adachi, Hitoshi Aida (Tokyo Univ.) IN2011-109
In the event where a large-scale disaster such as the Great East Japan Earthquake occurs, due to network control-related... [more] IN2011-109
pp.13-18
IA 2011-10-12
13:00
Tokyo Garden City Shinagawa Seismic observation network and surveillance study activities immediately after the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake
Kiyoshi Takano, Hiroshi Tsuruoka, Taku Urabe, Shigeki Nakagawa, Satoshi Miura (Tokyo Univ.) IA2011-17
We report the damage of seismic observation network of Tohoku area immediately after the 2011 off the Pacific coast of T... [more] IA2011-17
pp.11-14
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