Yoshiyasu Takefuji

Yoshiyasu Takefuji

Professor
Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
Graduate School of Media and Governance
DegreesPh.D. from Elecrical Engineering of Keio University in 1983
Other Positions Currently Heldadvisor: OECD TrustE, JNSA, JF, Decent Prof. of Jyvaskyla Univ., Weihai Mayor, Shandong governor
Short BiographyBS from electrical engineering of Keio University in 1978
MS from electrical engineering of Keio University in 1980
Ph.D. from electrical engineering of Keio University in 1983

1983-1985: visting professor at University of South Florida
1985-1988: assistant professor at University of South Carolina
1988-1997: associate professor at Case Western Reserve University
1992: tenured at CWRU
1992-1997: associate professor at Keio University
1997-current: professor at Keio University
2017-current: Docent professor at Jyvaskyla University

Areas of ExpertiseNeural computing, machine learning, IoT, security, energy harvesting
Selected PublicationsDr. Yoshiyasu Takefuji is a tenured professor on faculty of environmental information at Keio University since April 1992 and was on tenured faculty of Electrical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University since 1988. Before joining Case, he taught at the University of South Florida for two years and the University of South Carolina for three years. He received his BS (1978), MS (1980), and Ph.D. (1983) from Electrical Engineering from Keio University under the supervision of Professor Hideo Aiso. His research interests focus on neural computing, security, power harvesting, and internet gadgets. He received the National Science Foundation/Research Initiation Award in 1989 and received the distinct service award from IEEE Trans. on Neural Networks in 1992 and has been an NSF advisory panelist. He has received the TEPCO research award in 1993-1995 and the Takayanagi research award in 1995. He has also received the Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology research award in 1993-1995. He has received the best courseware award from Asia multimedia forum in 1999. He has received the best paper award of Information Processing Society of Japan in 1980 and that of International federation of automatic control in AIRTC'98 - IFAC International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence in Real-Time Control in 1998. He authors books entitled Neural Network Parallel Computing from Kluwer Publishers in January 1992, Neural Computing from Korona Publishers in 1996, Neural Networks from Sangyo-Tosho in 1996, and coauthored books Digital Circuits (Ohm-Sha Publishers) in 1984, Neuro Computing (Baifukan Publishers) in 1992, Neural Networks in Design and Manufacturing from World Scientific Publishers in 1993, Neural Computing For Optimization and Combinatorics from World Scientific Publishers in 1994, Analog VLSI Neural Networks from Kluwer Academic Publishers in 1992, Knowledge-based intelligent techniques in industry (CRC 1998), and Handbook of Internet and Multimedia Systems and Applications (CRC 1998). He is currently an associate editor of International Journal of Multimedia Tools and Applications from KAP, editor of International Journal on Computational Intelligence and Applications, and editor of Int. Journal of Knowledge-based intelligent engineering systems. He was an Editor of the Journal of Neural Network Computing, an associate editor of IEEE Trans. on Neural Networks, Neural/parallel/scientific computations, and Neurocomputing, and a guest editor of Journal Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing in the special issue on analog VLSI neural networks and also guest editor of Neurocomputing in the special issue on neural network optimization. He has published more than 500 scientific papers and 35 books. He authors 175 eletters and report in Science. He was an advisor to University Telecom of Super Corridor projects in Malaysia, PSDI of Philippine government, and VITTI (Vietnam Information Technology Training Institute) and to Singapore, Hong Kong, Argentina government respectively.
He is currently advisor to Shandong and Weihai in China.
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