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Professor: Mikio Aoyama, Dr. of Engineering
Mikio Aoyama is a professor at the Department of Software Engineering, Nanzan University, Japan.
After received MS from Okayama University, Japan, in 1980, he joined Fujitsu Limited, where he involved in the development of large-scale communications software, and the development and practice of advanced software engineering. From 1986 to 1988, he was visiting scholar at the University of Illinois, USA.
In 1995, he joined Niigata Institute of Technology as a professor, then moved to Nanzan University in 2001.
Research Interets
His current research interests include Web services/SOA/cloud computing, requirements engineering, software architectures, and embedded software engineering.
He published some 20 books and more than 100 articles
, See Publications.
- Best Research Paper Award from the Information Processing Society of Japan in 1993.
- Certificate of Appreciation from the IEEE Computer Society in 1993.
- Best Paper Award at the Software Symposium in 1995.
- Best Research Paper Award at the Embedded Software Symposium 2005 (ESS 2005) from Information Processing Society of Japan
- Best Paper Award at the APSEC 2011
- Outstanding Poster Award at IEEE GCCE 2012.
- Best Paper Award at the APSEC 2013 [Dec. 2013].
- 2013 Zengo Award for the best paper in software testing in Japan [Mar. 2014].
Professional and Community Services
Major contributions include:
Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Services Computing (TSC) from 2008.
A member of executive board of IEEE TCSE (Technical Council on Software Engineering) from 2005 to 2007.
A member of board of IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan) from 2005 to 2007,
Chair of steering committee of APSEC (Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference) from 2004 to 2007,
Chair of SIG Software Engineering of IPSJ from 2000 to 2004, and
A member of editorial board for IEEE Software from 1991 to 1994.
He also served for numerous international and domestic conferences and professional societies, including:
Workshop chair for ICSE(Int'l Conference on Software Engineering) '98,
PC chair of ASPEC(Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference) '98, and 99,
PC chair for IEEE/IPSJ EDOC (Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference) 2000,
PC chair and Workshop chair for ACM IWPSE (Int'l Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution) 2001 and 2002, respectively,
Co-Organizer for IEEE SAINT 2002 Workshop on Web Services Engineering (WebSE 2002),
General Co-Chair for RE(IEEE Int'l Requirements Engineering Conference) 2004,
PC Co-Chair for ACM ICSOC(Int'l Conference on Service-Oriented Computing) 2004,
Workshop Chair for RE(IEEE Int'l Requirements Engineering Conference) 2006,
General Co-chair for APSEC(Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference) 2007,
Co-chair for Experience Track on Automotive Systems of ICSE(Int'l Conference on Software Engineering) 2008,
Tutorial Co-chair for IEEE SCC(Service Computing Conference) 2008 and IEEE ICWS(Int'l Conference on Web Services) 2008.
Graduate School (Master Students)
Atsuko Higashi Kazuto Nakamura
Shizuka Nin Yuuya Yamamoto
Hikaru Tanaka Yoko Ohtani
Akira Mori Yukishige Fukunaga
Mai Fujiyama Yusuke Hayashi
Naoki Ichimura Kana Iijima
Saori Iijima Fusayoshi Kato
Yuki Kato Hiroaki Kawade
Tatsuomi Maeda Ryosuke Miwa
Kunie Ohe Hiroki Ogiso
Daisuke Ohkatsu Shuusuke Osanai
Hiroshi Takeichi

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