Ryo Suzuki, Hooman Hedayati, Clement Zheng, James Bohn, Daniel Szafir, Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Mark D Gross, Daniel Leithinger
Ryo Suzuki, Ryosuke Nakayama, Dan Liu, Yasuaki Kakehi, Mark D. Gross, Daniel Leithinger
Ryo Suzuki, Clement Zheng, Yasuaki Kakehi, Tom Yeh, Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Mark D. Gross, Daniel Leithinger
Ryosuke Nakayama*, Ryo Suzuki*, Satoshi Nakamaru, Ryuma Niiyama, Yoshihiro Kawahara, Yasuaki Kakehi (the first two authors equally contributed)
Ryo Suzuki, Junichi Yamaoka, Daniel Leithinger, Tom Yeh, Mark D. Gross, Yoshihiro Kawahara, Yasuaki Kakehi
Ryo Suzuki, Koji Yatani, Mark D. Gross, Tom Yeh
Ryo Suzuki, Jun Kato, Mark D. Gross, Tom Yeh
Hyunjoo Oh, Tung D. Ta, Ryo Suzuki, Mark D. Gross, Yoshihiro Kawahara, Lining Yao
Ryo Suzuki, Abigale Stangl, Mark D. Gross, Tom Yeh
Ryo Suzuki, Gustavo Soares, Andrew Head, Elena Glassman, Ruan Reis, Melina Mongiovi, Loris D’Antoni, Bjöern Hartmann
Andrew Head, Elena Glassman, Gustavo Soares, Ryo Suzuki, Lucas Figueredo, Loris D’Antoni, Björn Hartmann (the first three authors equally contributed)
Reudismam Rolim, Gustavo Soares, Loris D'Antoni, Oleksandr Polozov, Sumit Gulwani, Rohit Gheyi, Ryo Suzuki, Björn Hartmann
Ryo Suzuki, Niloufar Salehi, Michelle S. Lam, Juan C. Marroquin, Michael S. Bernstein
Organizer: CHI 2021 (Social Media Chair), UIST 2016 (Web and Social Media Chair),
Review: CHI 2016--2020, UIST 2017--2019, SCF 2019, SIGGRAPH ETech 2019, IEEE VR 2020, GI 2020
Student Volunteer: UIST 2016, CHI 2017
Innovation Research Funding - Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications in Japan, 2020 (Title: Adaptive Physical Environments with Distributed Swarm Robots. , $30,000)
Adobe Gift Funding, 2019 ($5,000)
ACT-I Funding for Young Scholars - JST, 2018 (Title: Dynamic Physical Interfaces, $30,000 and Mentorship Opportunity - My mentor: Takeo Igarashi)
Emerging Research Funding for AI and Interdisciplinary Research - Leave a Nest Foundation, 2018 (Title: Programmable Architecture with Soft Inflatable Actuator, $5,000
KAKENHI Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research - JSPS, 2013-2015 (Title: Network-based Diffusion Analysis for Online Community, $40,000)
CU Boulder Travel Grant, 2015-2020 ($500-$1,200 for each conference travel)
Nakajima Foundation Scholarship, 2015-2020 ($120,000 stipend for 5 years and 2 years tuition coverage)
JSPS Research Fellow DC1, 2013 ($72,000 stipend for 2 years)
JASSO Fellow, 2013 (Total Exemption for Outstanding Students - $20,000 stipend for 2 years)
Tohso Fellowship, 2010 ($3,600)
One CHI 2020 full-paper is accepted (24%).
Traveling to Boston to visit MIT CSAIL and Media Lab
Traveling to New Orleans for UIST 2019
Finished comprehensive exam and became a PhD candidate (committee: D Leithinger, M Gross, T Yeh, H Ishii, T Igarashi, E Do)
One TEI 2020 full-paper is accepted (28%).
One UIST 2019 poster and and doctoral consortium paper are accepted.
One UIST 2019 full-paper is accepted (24%).
Start intern at Adobe Research in Seattle.
One DIS 2019 full-paper is accepted (25%).
One UIST 2018 full-paper is accepted (21%).
One Pacific Graphics 2018 short-paper is accepted (26%).
Start intern at University of Tokyo.
Two CHI 2018 full-papers are accepted (25%).
One VL/HCC 2017 full-paper are accepted (29%).
One ASSETS 2017 full-paper are accepted (26%).
One CHI 2017 LBW paper is accepted (38%).
One L@S 2017 full paper is accepted (22%).
One ICSE 2017 full-paper is accepted (19%).
Start intern at UC Berkeley.
One CHI 2016 full-paper is accepted (23%).
I will serve as a web and social media chair for UIST 2016
Start intern at Stanford.
The first day to start HCI research (previously economics/game theory)