He received his B.S. degree in Environmental Information from Keio University, Japan in 2005 and his M.S. degree in Media and Governance from Keio University, Japan in 2007. He worked in IMARA Team, INRIA, France during his Ph.D course and obtained his Ph.D. degree from Centre de Robotique, Mines ParisTech, France in 2011. He is currently a project assistant professor at Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo, Japan. His research interests are mobility support for next generation Internet (IPv6) and communications for intelligent vehicles.


  • Next generation Internet protocol (IPv6)
  • Mobility support for IPv6 network (Network Mobility, NEMO)
  • Performance enhancement for mobility (Multihoming and route optimization in NEMO, MEXT )
  • Mobile Adhoc Network (MANET)
  • Communications for intelligent vehicles (ITS) and Vehicular network (VANET)


Aug. 2013 - current
Project assistant professor at Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo
Jan. 2011 - Jul. 2013:
Research engineer at IMARA team, Institut National de Recherche en Informatique (INRIA)
Oct. 2007 - Dec. 2010:
Ph.D researcher at IMARA team, INRIA
Oct. 2007 - Dec. 2011:
Ph.D student at Centre de Robotique, MINES ParisTech, France
May. 2007 - Sep. 2007:
Internship at IMARA team, INRIA (report)
Jun. 2006 - Sep. 2006:
Internship at IMARA team, INRIA (Report)
Jul. 2005 - Sep. 2005:
Internship at ENST-Bretagne
Apr. 2005 - Mar. 2007:
Master course at Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan.
Aug. 2003 - Sep. 2003:
Internship at Monash University (Report)
Sep. 2002 - Mar. 2004:
Student Assistant of JAVA programming class at Keio university.
Apr. 2001 - Mar. 2005:
Faculty of Environmental Information, Keio University, Japan.
Apr. 1998 - Mar. 2001:
Keio high school, Japan.


wide-logoWIDE projectParticipation: 2004.4 - current
WIDE, (Widely Integrated Distributed Environment) established in 1988 is a joint industry, government and academia research consortium that promotes the research and development of Internet technologies.
logo-imaraIMARA ProjectParticipation: 2007.5 - 2013.7
IMARA is a "horizontal" project within the much larger INRIA. Its objective is the coordination and the transfer of all the research done at INRIA which can be applied to the the various concepts that make up "la Route Automatisée".
logo_laraLaRA - La Route AutomatiséeParticipation: 2007.5 - 2013.7
La Route Automatisée is a joint research team between the IMARA team of INRIA and the CAOR team of MINES ParisTech. They have been involved in numerous research projects financed by industry, by the french government or by the European Commission.
ITSSv6 ProjectITSSv6 ProjectParticipation: 2011.02 - 2013.7
ITSSv6 aims at developing a reference open-source IPv6 ITS Station stack available to European and national third parties using IPv6 for Internet-based communications in Field Operational Tests (FOTs) of Cooperative Systems.
ITSSv6 ProjectScore@F ProjectParticipation: 2012.07 - 2013.7
SCORE@F (Système Coopératif Routier Expérimental @ France) is a collaborative research project of experimentation of cooperative ITS in the European framework of experimentation.
G6G6Participation: 2008.6 - 2013.7
G6 is a voluntary association and treats all the aspects related to IPv6, by education (tutorials, IPv6 books) for promotion of French-speaking authority (IPv6 Task Force France) by technical support.
icar-logo-2InternetCAR projectParticipation: 2002.9 - current
InternetCAR project have been established as a working group of WIDE project since 1996 to aim informatics for cars. (ITS).
Geonet ProjectGeoNet ProjectParticipation: 2008.1 - 2010.1
The GeoNet project will contribute to the road safety by implementing a reference specification of a geographic addressing and routing protocol with support for IPv6 to be used to deliver safety messages between cars but also between cars and the roadside infrastructure.
CVIS ProjectCVIS ProjectParticipation: 2008.10 - 2010.5
CVIS (Cooperative Vehicle-Infrastructure Systems) is a major European research and development project aiming to design, develop and test the technologies needed to allow cars to communicate with each other and with the nearby roadside infrastructure.
nautilus6-logoNautilus6 projectParticipation: 2003.9. - 2009
A consortium established in 2003 to research, develop and deploy IPv6 mobility technologies. The project members are the WIDE Project, University Louis Pasteur (France), ENST Bretagne (France), INT (France), INRIA (France), France Telecom R&D (France).
AnemoneLogoANEMONE ProjectParticipation: 2007.5 - 2008.12
The ANEMONE project will realize a large-scale testbed providing support of mobile users and devices and enhanced services by integrating cutting edge IPv6 mobility and multihoming initiatives together with the majority of current and future wireless access technologies.