エンリケズ ギエルモ, Ph.D.

東京大学国際高等研究所ニューロインテリジェンス国際研究機構 特任研究員
Email: enriquez.g [AT] ircn.jp

I began my studies at the University of Texas at El Paso in Computer Science. Continuing with robotics and along with several years in interdisciplinary research I completed my graduate studies, and subsequent posting as an Assistant Professor, at Waseda University. I am interested in embodied intelligence and how humans can interact with intelligences beyond their own, of particular interest being how humans and robots or other intelligent systems can communicate while moving through and coexisting in the same and remote spaces. At its most basic, communication is a two step process: transmission and reception. Many of the issues facing humanity today can be ameliorated through improved communication and understanding, an area I see robotics and XR systems playing a major role. My previous works include human-robot/human-computer interaction research, particularly as relates to mobile robot navigation, novel interfaces, wireless sensor networks/IOT, and education software. Among my research interests are HRI/HCI, mobile robots, cognitive systems, VR/AR/XR, and intelligent systems.

経歴

職歴

2021年4月−現在 東京大学国際高等研究所ニューロインテリジェンス国際研究機構 特任研究員
2017年−2021年 Project Manager / Developer, Zoiccs Co. Ltd.
2014年−2017年 Assistant Professor, School of Advanced Science & Engineering, Waseda University
2011年 Researcher (Internship), Sony
2011年−2014年 Research Associate, School of Advanced Science & Engineering, Waseda University

学歴

2014年2月 Ph.D., Engineering – Pure and Applied Physics, Waseda University
2008年3月 M.S., Science and Engineering – Applied Physics, Waseda University
2005年5月 B.S., Science and Engineering – Computer Science, University of Texas at El Paso

受賞歴

  • Best Paper Award, Journal of Signal Processing, Research Institute of Signal Processing (RISP) (2014)
  • Waseda Special Research Funds, Waseda University (2014)
  • Research Award, National IT Promotion Agency (S. Korea) (2010)
  • Student Award, Japanese Society of Information Processing (2008)
  • Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship, Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (2005 & 2008)
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