Prof. Tozaki Hajime
Waseda University, Japan
Prof. Tozaki Hajime was born in 1963. In 1986, graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University. Joined Japan Airlines Corporation. At the end of 1994, leaving for school work. Teikyo University Faculty of Economics, Meiji University School of Commerce, Waseda University Business School, etc. Since April 2017 Professor Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan University. Specialization is traffic policy. Major books include "Air Demand Relaxation". He held variousofficial positions.
Speech abstract: The Tokyo Olympic Games to be held in 2020. Japan is preparing for that purpose. In addition, we are advancing the promotion of inbound tourism in recent years, which is getting great success. However, on the other hand, it has big problems in terms of traffic and accommodation. In terms of air transport in particular, the slots of Haneda Airport, the main airport in Japan, has reached the limits. And the acceptance system for business jets is inadequately inadequate. Looking at the current situation related to transportation in Japan, not only for Olympic countermeasures, there is also the influence of e-commerce which has been rapidly developing in recent years, and in logistics as well, due to lack of drivers, a comprehensive logistics system collapses It is in danger of. It is inferred that these problems are actually not just problems in Japan, but have similar problems widely even in the world. Therefore, in this presentation, I would like to present problems in transportation and tourism policies that Japan possesses and strive to be a reference for future efforts in the same field in each country.
Prof. Masahisa Shinoda
Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
Masahisa Shinoda is a professor at the Mathematics and Science Research Center of Academic Foundations Programs in Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan. He received his BS and MS degrees in physics from Osaka University in 1979 and 1981, respectively. He worked for Mitsubishi Electric Corporation from 1981 to 2015. He was a researcher and an engineer on optical engineering, and was in charge of developing DVD and Blu-ray equipment at Mitsubishi. He received his Dr. degree in optical engineering from Osaka Prefecture University in 2001. He was certified as Project Management Professional (PMP) by Project Management Institute (PMI) in 2007. Then, he moved to Kanazawa Institute of Technology (KIT) in 2015. His current research interests are educational engineering and project management. He is a member of The Japan Society of Applied Physics, The Optical Society of Japan, Japanese Society for Engineering Education, and Project Management Institute (USA). He is a senior member of The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (Japan).