Rieko INABA, Ph.D

 

Rieko Inaba

Center for Promotion of Informatics Education
Department of Social Informatics,
Kyoto University

Phone: (+81)-75-753-5943
Fax: (+81)-75-753-7452
Email: rieko at i.kyoto-u.ac.jp
Web(English): http://www.ai.soc.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~inaba/indexe.html
Web(Japanese): http://www.ai.soc.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~inaba/

Research Interest

Education

2003.3 Ph.D., Science
Japan Women’s University, Department of Mathematical and Physical Science
Dissertation: “Systematization of Optical Correlator for Face Recognition and Its Application to the Cyber Security Systems” (in Japanese)

2000.3 M.S., Science
Japan Women’s University, Department of Mathematical and Physical Science

1998.3 B.A., Science
Japan Women’s University, Department of Mathematical and Physical Science

Employment

2009.11-current Lecturer
Center for Promotion of Informatics Education, Department of Social Informatics
Kyoto University

2006.4-2009.10 Research Fellow
Language Grid Project, Knowledge Creating Communication Research Center
National Institute of Information Communication Technology (:NICT)

2005.4-2005.5 Visiting Researcher
Department of Computer Science
Katholike University of Leuven (Belugium)

2004.9-2005.3 Visiting Scholor
Center for Educational Computing Initiatives
Massachusetts Institute of Technology :MIT (U.S.A.)

2003.4-2006.3 Assistant Professor
National Institute of Multimedia Education

Honors and Awards

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications:

  1. Rieko Inaba, Naomi Yamashita, Toru Ishida, Hideaki Kuzuoka, “ Analyzing of Common Ground in Machine Translation-Mediated Communication,” Japan Journal of Electronics, Information And Communication Engineers, J92-D, 6, 747-757, (2009).
  2. Heeryon Cho, Toru Ishida, Naomi Yamashita, Rieko Inaba, Toshiyuki Takasaki, Tomoko Koda, “Human Judgment of Culture Differences in Pictogram Interpretations,”Japan Journal of Human Interface, 10, 4, 427-434, (2008).
  3. Heeryon Cho, Toru Ishida, Satoshi Oyama, Rieko Inaba, Toshiyuki Takasaki, “Assisting Pictogram Selection with Categorized Semantics,” IEICE Transaction, E91-D, 11, 2638-2646, (2008).
  4. Rieko.Inaba, Eriko.Watanabe and Kashiko.Kodate, “Security applications of optical face recognition system: Access control in e-learning,” OPTICAL REVIEW, 10, 4, 255-261 (2003).
  5. Rieko Inaba, Kiyoharu Aizawa, Kashiko Kodate, “The Proposal of the Meta-Data in the Database of the Indentification Using Face Recognition,” Japan Journal of Electronics, Information And Communication Engineers, J86-DII, 7, 1005-1014 (2003). In Japanese.
  6. Chiemi Fujikawa, Rieko Inaba, Kayo Shimizu, Kyoko Shimomura, Kashiko Kodate, “Introduction of e-Learning into Optics Experiment Education,” Optics, 32, 6, 390-395 (2003). In Japanese.
  7. Eriko Watanabe, Rieko Inaba, Kashiko Kodate, “Evaluation and development of Compact Optical Parallel Correlator,” Japan Journal of Image Electronic Engineers, 31, 5, 848-856, (2002). In Japanese.
  8. Kashiko Kodate, Rieko Inaba, Eriko Watanabe, Takeshi Kamiya,”Facial Recognition by Compact Parallel Optical Correlator,” Measurement Science and Technology, 13, 11, 1756-1766, (2002).
  9. Rieko Inaba, Yoshitomo Yaginuma, Eriko Watanabe, Kashiko Kodate, “Optically-facial identification System on the Optical JTC in Mobile Networks,” Japan Journal of Electrical Engineers, 122-C, 8, 1259-1265, (2002). In Japanese.

Peer-Reviewed Proceedings:

  1. Kahiko Kodate, Eriko Watanabe, Rieko Inaba, "Opto-electronic Face Recognition System using Diffractive Optical Elements: Design and Evaluation of Compact Parallel Joint Transform Correlator (COPaC),"SPIE, 4455, 42-50, 2001.7.
  2. Rieko Inaba, Naoko Kawakami, Eriko Wartanabe, Kumiko Oguma, Kashiko Kodate, "Compact Parallel Joint Transform Correlator for Facial Recognition," SPIE, 4089, 384-392, 2000.6.
  3. Rieko Inaba, Asako Hashimoto, Kashiko Kodate, "Discrimination of portraits using a hybrid parallel Joint Transform Correlator system," SPIE, 3740, 529-532,1999.6.

Non-peer reviewed publication:

  1. Rieko Inaba, Kashiko Kodate, “Database for Facial Pattern Recognition Based on Wire Frame Model,” Transaction of Science Study in Japan Women’s University, 8, 25-35, (1999). In Japanese
Presentations

Peer-Reviewed International Conference:

  1. Toru Ishida, Rieko Inaba, Yohei Murakami, Tomohiro Shigenobu, Donghui Lin and Masahiro Tanaka,"The Language Grid: Creating Customized Multilingual Environments," The First International Conference on Global Interoperability for Language Resources (ICGL-10), 2010.1.
  2. Naomi Yamashita, Rieko Inaba, Hideaki Kuzuoka, Toru Ishida,"Difficulties in Establishing Common Ground in Multiparty Groups using Machine Translation," ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'09), pp.679-688, 2009.
  3. Rieko Inaba, Toru Ishida,"Service-Oriented Collective Intelligence for Multicultural Society," WebSci09, 2009.3
  4. Satoshi Sakai, Masaki Gorou, Rieko Inaba, Yohei Murakami, Takashi Yoshino, Yoshie Naya, Yoshihiko Hayashi, Masahiro Tanaka, Toshiyuki Takasaki, Shigeo Matsubara, Yasuhiko Kitamura, Toru Ishida,,"Supporting Multicultural Society with the Language Grid,"International Conference on Informatics Education and Research for Knowledge-Circulating Society (ICKS'08) , 2008.
  5. Toru Ishida, Akiyo Nadamoto, Yohei Murakami, Rieko Inaba, Tomohiro Shigenobu, Shigeo Matsubara, Horimitsu Hattori, Yoko Kubota, Takao Nakaguchi, Eri Tsunokawa,,"A Non-Profit Operation Model for the Language Grid," International Conference on Global Interoperability for Language Resources, 2008.1.
  6. Rieko INABA,"Usability of Multilingual Communication Tools,"12th international conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International 2007), 2007.7.
  7. Heeryon Cho, Toru Ishida, Rieko INABA, Toshiyuki Takasaki, Yumiko Mori,"Pictogram Retrieval Based on Collective Semantics," 12th international conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International 2007), 2007.7.
  8. Tomotsugu Kondo, Junji Shibasaki, Hiroyuki Arita-Kikutani, Makoto Manabe, Rieko Inaba and Akira Mizuki,"Mixed Reality Technology at a Natural History Museum," Museums and the Web 2007: The International Conference for Culture and Heritage On-line, San Francisco, USA, 2007.4.
  9. Rieko Inaba,Yohei Murakami, Akiyo Nadamoto, and Toru Ishida,"Multilingual Communication Support Using the Language Grid,"International Workshop on Intercultural Collaboration (IWIC2007). 2007.
  10. Heeryon Cho, Rieko Inaba, Toshiyuki Takasaki, Yumiko Mori, and Toru Ishida,"Culturally-Situated Pictogram Retrieval," International Workshop on Intercultural Collaboration (IWIC2007). 2007.
  11. Tsuneo Yamada, Yoshitomo Yaginuma, Rieko Inaba,"A Challenge for Sharing Digital Learning Materials of Teacher Education in Japan," 2003KAEIB International Symposium and Conference Education Media in Schools, Seoul, Korea, 2003.9.
  12. Eriko Watanabe, Rieko Inaba, Kashiko Kodate, "Practical Application of Compact optical Face Recognition using VCSEL array e-Learning Security," International Conference on Optics-Photonics Design & Fabrication, PD04, Daiba, 2002.11.
  13. Rieko Inaba,Yoshitomo Yaginuma, Kashiko Kodate,"Application of the Optical Face Recognition System to the E-Learning,"International Conference of Optics, Firenze, 2002.8. ( INVITED PAPER)
  14. Kahiko Kodate, Eriko Watanabe, Rieko Inaba,"Opto-electronic Face Recognition System using Diffractive Optical Elements: Design and Evaluation of Compact Parallel Joint Transform Correlator (COPaC),"SPIE Annual meeting 2001, 2001.7. (INVITED PAPER)
  15. Eriko Watanabe, Rieko Inaba, Naoko Kawakami, Kashiko Kodate,"Design and Evaluation of the Compact Optical Parallel Correlaotr(COPaC) for Face Recognition," CLEO/Pacific Rim 2001, Makuhari , 2001.7
  16. Rieko Inaba, Naoko Kawakami, Eriko Wartanabe, Kumiko Oguma, Kashiko Kodate,"Compact Parallel Joint Transform Correlator for Facial Recognition,"Optics in Computing2000, Quebec, 2000.6.
  17. Rieko Inaba, Asako Hashimoto, Kashiko Kodate, "Discrimination of portraits using a hybrid parallel Joint Transform Correlator system," ICOSN99, YOKOHAMA,1999.6.

Non-Peer-Reviewed International:

  1. Rieko Inaba, “Face Recognition based on Optical Parallel Correlator”, Joint physics and computer science research seminar in JoensuuUniversity, in Finland, (2001.10.5),
  2. Rieko Inaba, “Face Recognition using Parallel Joint Transform Correlator”, Interchange Associateion, in Taipei, (2000.12.14-23),
  3. Rieko Inaba, “Face Recognition using Optical Parallel Correlator”, The Joint Forum of Japan Women’s University and EWHA WOMANS University For Promotion of Education and research in science for women toward the 21st century.,(2000.8.18-19),

 

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