The Theory of Distributed Algorithms
I conduct researches regarding distributed algorithms, especially about
(i) self-stabilization, which gives a distributed system excellent fault-tollerance,
(ii) population protocols, which represent a kind of mobile sensor networks,
(iii) the mobile agent model, in which mobile agents moves between computers in a distributed system.
2011 Received M.E. degree in information science from Osaka University
2011 Employed by Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
2015 Ph. D. (Information Science), Osaka University
2016 Moved to Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
2017 Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University
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