题目：Info-plosion and Big Data
We have been working in the area so called big data since Info-plosion project in Japan.Some of our recent results, in thearea of healthcare and transportation, which are published at KDD2015, BIGDATA 2014,2015 etc will be introduced.We try to solve healthcare problems in under-developing countries. New population health management model is built and real experiments were done in Bangladesh.We also did nursing activities analytics in Japanese hospital and identified pain issues.Tokyo is much bigger than Manhattan. Traffic accidents are serious problem. Driving pattern analytics is done to helps this issue. The talk will cover various big data related results.
喜连川 优，东京大学教授，日本国立情报研究所(NII)所长，东京大学“地球观测数据集成与融合研究计划(EDITORIA)”执行主任。他于1983年在东京大学获得信息工程学博士学位。研究兴趣包括高性能数据库工程和大数据系统，目前所涉及的环境数字地球数据超过10PB。他曾担任ICDE指导委员会主席、VLDB基金会理事，于2009年获得ACM SIGMOD E. F. Codd创新奖。他担任日本教育、文化、体育、科技部科学顾问，是ACM Fellow和IEEE Fellow。
Masaru Kitsuregawa is the Director General at National Institute of Informatics (NII) in Japan and is also a Professor at the Institute of Industrial Science and the Earth Observation Data Integration and Fusion Research Initiative (EDITORIA), the University of Tokyo. He received his Dr. Eng. Degree in information engineering in 1983 from the University of Tokyo. His research interests include high performance database engineering, big data system. He is running earth environmental digital earth of more than 10PB. He was the Chief Scientist of the Funding Program for World Leading Innovative R&D on Science and Technology: Development of the Fastest Database Engine for the Era of Very Large Database and Experiment and Evaluation of Strategic Social Services Enabled by the Database Engine (2010-2014). He serves as a chair of the steering committee of IEEE ICDE, and served as trustee of the VLDB Endowment and the President of Information Processing Society of Japan. He is a recipient of the ACM SIGMOD E. F. Codd Innovation Award in 2009. He was serving as a science advisor to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan. He is an IEICE Fellow, IPSJ Fellow, ACM Fellow and IEEE Fellow.