Mr.Ryoji Horita,Tatsuya Toyama,Xun Tang and Prof.Takayuki Ito received awards at KICSS2017
Category：Award｜Publishing : November 16, 2017
KICSS2017 Awards List
The 2017 Kunifuji Award
-Mr. Ryoji Horita, Department of Computer Science of Graduate School of Engineering(Doctor's Courses) (Takayuki Ito Laboratory)
This award is nominated and selected based on score of review and quality of presentation in the conference.
Innovativeness in knowledge management and creativity science is evaluated in the contents of research.
Best Paper Award
-Mr. Ryoji Horita, ProfessorTakayuki Ito
This award is selected the paper which is at the highest score of review in full paper group.
・A Design of Research Group Workshop to Generate Co-Creation Between Researchers and Citizens
Best Student Paper Award
-Mr.Tatsuya Toyama, Department of Computer Science of Graduate School of Engineering(Master's Courses) (Takayuki Ito Laboratory), Professor Takayuki Ito
This award is selected the paper which is the highest score of review in full student paper group.
・On Measuring the Opposition Level Amongst Intelligent Agents in Multi-issue Closed Negotiation Scenarios
Outstanding Paper Award
-Mr.Xun Tang, Department of Computer Science of Graduate School of Engineering(Master's Courses) (Takayuki Ito Laboratory), Professor Takayuki Ito
This award is selected the paper which is at the 2nd place of the review score.
・An Ordering Mechanism for Automated Negotiation Among Nonlinear Utility Agents
Comments from winners
I am great honored to receive two prestigious awards, The 2017 Kunifuji Award and Best Paper Award. In this study, we proposed a new design of research group workshop to generate co-creation between researchers and citizens. The aim of this research is to create new values through co-creation, such as build new technologies to solve regional problems and discover new ways to use researchers' technologies. The first research group workshop of Special Interest Group on Crowd Co-creation Intelligence (SIG-CCI) was realized with the great cooperation of citizens in Tono City, participants and universities' students. I sincerely express my gratitude.
It is my honor to receive this award. I greatly appreciate the support of various people such as Prof. Takayuki Ito, who is my academic adviser. Our study is theoretical and can also be applied to the social systems in the real world. One of the application examples of the study is autonomous coordination technologies among intelligent agents, which adopt AI technologies and so on. I believe this award is one step toward future and I'd like to keep working harder and getting better.
It is my honor to win this award. I got support from my professor Takayuki Ito about my research and paper, I want to express my gratitude to professor Takayuki Ito.
And also I want to thank for my classmates Tatsuya Toyama who has given me a lot of help. For the development of AI, I will make great efforts to do the research about multi agents.