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Introduction

Masafumi Hashimoto
Assistant Professor

Masafumi Hashimoto

  • Bioinformatic Engineering
  • Bio-System Analysis

Theme

Wireless Communication Technology

Information and communication technology has become a kind of social infrastructure necessary in order to conduct our lives. A variety of information and communication technology items needs to be used in order that one user get to communicate with other terminal on the network using a communication terminal. Among them, wireless communication technology plays an important role in order to enable "anybody, anytime, anywhere" to communicate. Nevertheless, wireless communication also faces various challenges, as problems due to sharing of limited wireless resources by a large number of terminals, problems associated with the change of communication quality due to changes in the weather or terrain, power consumption of wireless communication, etc. I have striven to solve these challenges by the approach from media access technologies, routing control technologies and congestion control technologies. I will continue to think of the way information and communication should get in the future, in view to achieving more efficient, stable and power-saving wireless communications.

Career summary

  • 2013 Ph. D. (Information Science), Osaka University
  • 2013 Assistant Professor, Osaka University Graduate School of Information Science and Technology

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