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Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech.). For the collaboration among Centres of Excellence in Europe and Asia. Key members in Tokyo Tech. Kenji ITOH , Representative of Tokyo Tech. Professor, Dep. of Industrial Engineering and Management. Minoru NAKAYAMA

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tokyo institute of technology tokyo tech

Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech.)

For the collaboration among Centres of Excellence in Europe and Asia

key members in tokyo tech
Key members in Tokyo Tech.

Kenji ITOH, Representative of Tokyo Tech.

Professor, Dep. of Industrial Engineering and Management

Minoru NAKAYAMA

Associate Professor, The Centre for Research and Development of Educational Technology (CRADLE)

Hirotaka AOKI, Vice representative of Tokyo Tech.

Assistant Professor, Dep. of Industrial Engineering and Management

our interests in cogain field
Our interests in COGAIN field

- Usability study of gaze interaction systems

incl. Development of methodology for usability analysis that can be used for both researchers and practitioners

- Application of the methodologies to users in daily life

Users’ behaviour analysis under non-controlled condition

Usability analysis with potential users, such as hospitalized ALS patients

outcome from cogaining in 06 07
Outcome from COGAINing in ’06~’07

1. Practical contributions

related to development gaze-related metrics, learning processes of gaze interaction, etc.

  • Developing GazeTalk for Japanese users
  • Introducing state-of-the-art gaze interface technologies to Japanese potential users, especially ALS patients

Demonstrated/presented at an ALS domestic conference in Saitama, Japan, and the ALS Centre (having more than 50 ALS patients hospitalised).

2. Academic contributions

4 journal papers submitted, 4 conference papers presented

All activities have been performed in collaboration mainly with ITU, and so on.

current research topics
Current research topics

Usability analysis of GazeTal based on observation data obtained from people with ALS in real-life condition (plan in 2007)

Observation of ALS patients’ behaviour during gaze interaction

Long-term video recording of users’ behaviour

Comparison of behaviour between people with/without disability

Needs specific to ALS patients in real-life

Performance evaluation by use of gaze metrics obtained in real-life condition

Development of remote usability evaluation technique

Implications for the design of gaze interaction system for ALS patients in real-life

some notation regarding our competitiveness
Some notation regarding our competitiveness

Our research topics have been related to:

  • Human factors / Educational psychology based on various approaches of task analysis, eye tracking analysis, cognitive modeling, psychological/emotional factors analysis, etc.
  • Various application domains, such as gaze interaction, patient safety, transportation, e-learning, advertising, etc.

For future collaboration:

  • Any collaborative research related to our research topics is welcome!
  • In the collaboration, we can exchange/share our specialties as well as European/Japanese perspectives.
  • No fund is necessary to be paid