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   Thank you very much for your visiting the official website of Ubiquitous Communication Laboratory, Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University.
   Our laboratory was established with Graduate School of Systems Design and Management, Keio University (Keio SDM) which was born as a part of Keio 150th anniversary memorial project in 2008. Keio SDM is studying to find integrated solutions for large, complex, and intricately intertwined problems, from science and technology systems to society systems.
   Although Keio SDM and our laboratory's history is short, we want to promote research activities to solove many problems with many students and many companies. Please feel free to contact us, if you are interested in our laboratory after reading our official website.

          Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University
                         Prof. Shinichiro Haruyama, Ph.D.

Keio SDM Official Website SDM Voice|Prof. Shinichiro Haruyama(SDM Facalty) 【日本語】 【English】 
Keio University Guide for International Students
(p.9, Introduction to Prof. Shinichiro Haruyama) 【日本語】 【English】

Official Guide of Our Laboratory

【当ラボ公式案内(日本語版)】    【Official Guide of Our Laboratory (English Version)】

【当ラボ公式案内(日本語版)】は、Portable Document Format(PDF)ファイルで作成されています。
【Official Guide of Our Laboratory (English Version)】 is created in Portable Document Format (PDF) file.

Human-Centered Design for Ubiquitous Communication Society

   When the ubiquitous communication society is realized, anytime, anywhere, human will be able to communicate with each other.
   In our laboratory, we have been considering the services required by human to live in such a ubiquitous society, and proposing a new communication system, location-based services, man-machine interface, augmented reality and software development etc.
   For more details, please watch the following YouTube and Research videos, and refer to the 【RESEARCH】page in our website.

YouTube(Japanese)/ YouTube(English)

New Students Invited

   We are looking for master's students and doctoral students who enroll in every April or September.【Keio SDM's admission is 3 times a year.】
   You can receive consultation about our laboratory's tour and research themes after your entering Keio SDM at any time.
   Please feel free to contact Prof. Shinichiro Haruyama, if you are interested in our laboratory.

   Please refer to the follow website link about admission information on Graduate School of System Design and Manegement, Keio University (Keio SDM), which our laboratory belongs.
 Graduate School of System Design and Manegement, Keio University - Admission

Updating Information・Notification

Sept. M2 Students, Mr. Takahiko Egawa and Mr. Dao Quoc Dat graduated.NEW UP
Mr. Motoi Kodama, Research Associate (fixed term / research incentive) and Apr. D3 student published a peer-reviewed journal paper in Mobile Information Systems with Prof. Haruyama.
AY 2016 Our Laboratory's Reunion Party was held.
Prof. Shinichiro Haruyama was introduced at 【Keio SDM Official Website SDM Voice|Prof. Shinichiro Haruyama(SDM Facalty)】.
The official website of our laboratory was renewed.

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New Students Invited

  We are looking for master's students and doctoral students who enroll in every April or September.【Keio SDM's admission is 3 times a year.】
  You can receive consultation about our laboratory's tour and research themes after your entering Keio SDM at any time.
  Please feel free to contact Prof. Shinichiro Haruyama, if you are interested in our laboratory.

Collaborative Research Wanted

  We are looking for collaborative research with companies.
  You can receive explanation about examples of past collaborative research and consultation about new collaborative research with you at any time.
  Please feel free to contact Prof. Shinichiro Haruyama, if you are interested in collaborative research with our laboratory.

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