Shunji Mitsuyoshi

Project Associate Professor Dept of Bioengineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Univ. of Tokyo

Shunji Mitsuyoshi

The moral engineering mechanism in this program has been presented in the books* of Yuichi Tei. Shunji Mitsuyoshi is responsible for putting the mechanism into a mathematical engineering model.

* Diversity and Morality: Crossing Borders with Engineering Approach (Kindle: Amazon Services International, Inc./Book: BookLab, 2017).
* Dotoku no Mekanizumu (Mechanism of Morality), KK Bestsellers, 2013 [in Japanese]. Shunji Mitsuyoshi received a BFA from Tama Art University (Dept. of Sculpture) in 1998 and his Ph.D. from Graduate School of Advanced Technology and Science, the University of Tokushima in 2006.

In 1999, he developed and acquired a patent for “Voice Emotion Recognition Technology, ST”. This technology was later adopted for Nintendo DS software and also the robot “Pepper”.

He advanced his research on ego under the supervision of Dr. Edgar H. Schein, Professor Emeritus at the MIT Slone School of Management in 2003. He then was engaged in a bio-robotics research at Stanford University as a visiting scientist. He also conducted a research on brain emotional activity at the NICT President’s Fund upon returning to Japan.

In 2009, he Joined Yamada/Delaunay’s Laboratory at Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo as a Part-time Lecturer and supported ST researches and experiments. During 2009 and 2010, he was a Chief Researcher (visiting) at Keio University.

In 2014, he became a Project Assistant Professor at “Verbal Analysis of Pathophysiology” in Graduate School of Medicine, the University of Tokyo, where he made some achievements: “The technology to analyze disease from voice” was introduced in the IEEE Website (Disruptive Technologies beyond 2030 in the Data Ecosystems III); he was invited to a WHO seminar under the support of Kanagawa Prefecture; also his technology was adopted by JAXA for a space experiment at their space station, as well as at suicide prevention call centers in two states of the United States.

Since November 2017, he has continued his work at “Mathematical Engineering of Morality Emotions” in the Department of Bioengineering, Graduate School of Engineering at the University of Tokyo as a Project Associate Professor. He is currently working on several collaborative researches such as “Computer of neural model with plasticity” and “Artificial ego”, “The principle of emergence from the reverse Riemann space by anti-Einstein theory by Mitsuyoshi Operator”, “Quantum effect study by Mitsuyoshi Operator in the Nerve”, and also “Mitsuyoshi Operator Execution Processor (Non-Neumann Type)”.