I started to learn programming from high school student because I wanted to build games. After I went to the University of Tokyo, I studied about 3D programming and simulation for simulating soft tennis (it's my hobby) in virtual world. After then I wanted to know about what human motion is. I studied about musculoskeletal system of human in undergraduate. After graduating from the university, to understand what human motion is, I thought it is important to understand what is 'not' human motion. So I studied about human like motion planning of humanoid robot by optimization method. Especially, I studied about a mapping between target and joint trajectory which satisfies the target, and between motion and hardware limitation. But because my result was not so good, I decided not to go to doctoral course. After I finished a master's course, I started my first career in a big information technology services company. I worked there as a infrastructure engineer, especially at the area of common application infrastructures. In recently, I could not forget my passion to research, I joined a start-up company in parallel to my first career. I worked there as a research engineer of speech recognition. Now I'm very interested in bridging the gap between research and business. So I decided to join ABEJA, Inc. ABEJA, Inc. is very interesting company because they have real data which potentially reveal the mechanism of real world. It's my basic interest.
Bridging the gap between research and business. I think there is many research which has business potential. I want to apply it to business.