Professor Kaori Yoshida – Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

Profesor Kaori Yoshida was born in Kitakyushu city, Fukuoka, Japan.
She is an associate professor at Department of Human Intelligence Systems,
Kyushu Institute of Technology. She was visiting researcher at CSLI Stanford University in 2003,
an adjunct lecturer at Texas A&M University in 2010, and senior research scientist at Fuzzy Logic
Systems Institute since 2011. Her research interests include Kansei Information Processing,
Human-Computer Interaction, and Soft Computing. She is an active member of IEEE, IPSJ, SOFT, JSKE, BMFSA.

Keynote:
Title: Kansei Information Processing and its applications
Abstract:
Kansei Information Processing is a part of Human-Computer Interaction research.
“Kansei” is a Japanese word that covers the meanings of sensitivity or sensibility.
Kansei studies is an interdisciplinary research field. It intends to understand what Kansei is,
how Kansei works, and how to apply an understanding of Kansei in the design of new products
and services. I would like to introduce Kansei studies and its applications in my talk.