Prof. Hiroharu Kawanaka
Assistant to the President,
Associate Professor Mie University, Japan
Founder and Director, Medical Engineering Institute, Inc., Japan
Dr. Hiroharu Kawanaka was graduated from Faculty of Engineering at Mie University in 1999 and received Dr. of Eng. from Mie University Graduate School of Engineering in 2004. After the graduation, he again entered Mie University Graduate School of Medicine to study Medical Informatics and Medical Information Systems. In 2004, he established a company for medical information systems “Medical Engineering Institute, Inc.” The company develops “CLISTA!,” which is a DataWareHouse for clinical use. Currently, more than 100 large-scale hospitals use our system to analyze clinical data archived in the EHR for clinical studies or business analyses. He is one of the founders of this company and also a director of the company from 2004. In 2005, he received a grant “NEDO*1 Industry Fellowship Program” and worked for Mie Technical License Organization (Mie TLO) to support research collaborations, venture companies. From 2006, he joined in Mie University Graduate School of Engineering as an assistant professor from 2007. He received Ph. D. in Medical Science (D.M.Sc) from Mie University Graduate School of Medicine in 2009. Japan Association for Medical Informatics (JAMI) certificated him as a Healthcare Information Technologist in the same year. In 2012, he visited Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation) for international research collaborations and stayed in CCHMC as a visiting researcher. From 2017, he is an associate professor at Mie University Graduate School of Engineering. Also, he as invited as a visiting associate professor at Suzuka University of Medical Science, Japan. His current research topics are Medical Informatics, Medical Document Image Analysis, Graphics Recognition, Welfare Information Systems, Ergonomics, Evolutionary Computations and its application. He is a member of IEEE (and SMC Society), HIMSS and some Japanese academic societies.
Prof. Massimiliano Cannata
Professor, Department for Environment Constructions and Design, University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI).
The head of the Geomatic Division, Institute of Earth Sciences (www.ist.supsi.ch), Switzerland
“Opening Science and Innovation” In the last years, several “open” movements have successfully changed the way of making research and business. The concept of Open Science is a key concept in creating a more equitable and effective impacts on our society enabling fast innovation, nevertheless its application is not always easy and straightforward. With this talk, I’d like to introduce the concepts of Open Science, present some best practices and discuss open questions.
Dr. Naseer Ali Hussien
Vice Dean of Education College of Pure Science/ Wasit University, Iraq.
“Role of Social Media in Combatting Cyber Crimes”
Cybercrime is a fast‐growing area of crime. More and more criminals are exploiting the speed, convenience and anonymity of the Internet to commit a diverse range of criminal activities that know no borders, either physical or virtual” With this talk, I would like to introduce the concepts of cybercrime with its impact on the social media websites and discuss open questions.