Hosei University Faculty of Engineering and Design Department of Art and Technology:
Tokyo University of Science Faculty of Science and Engineering Department of Business Engineering Assistant 1996/04 / 01-1999 / 03/31
Hosei University Faculty of Engineering Department of Business Engineering Full-time Lecturer 1999/04 / 01-2001 / 03/31
Hosei University Faculty of Engineering Department of Business Engineering Associate Professor 2001/04 / 01-2003 /03/31
Professor, Department of Business Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Hosei University 2003/04 / 01-2005 / 03/31
Visiting Researcher, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004/04 / 01-2005 / 03/31
Professor, Department of System Design, Faculty of Engineering, Hosei University 2005/04 / 01-2007 / 03/31
Professor, Faculty of Engineering and Design, Hosei University (To date) 2007/04/01-Present
Waseda University Faculty of Science and Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering 1985
The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Engineering 先端学際工学 Doctor course 1996 Completed
Dr. of Eug. The University of Tokyo.
Professor Yasuyuki Nishioka is President of Industrial Value Chain Initiative (IVI) and a Professor of Information Management Design at Hosei University in Tokyo. His research interest includes connected manufacturing, planning and scheduling, platforms for manufacturing and organization intelligence.
After receiving a PhD degree in Engineering from Interdisciplinary Course on Advanced Science and Technology of the University of Tokyo in 1996, he taught in Tokyo University of Science and Hosei University.
From 2003 to 2004, he was a visiting scholar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and since then has been a professor of Faculty of Engineering and Design at Hosei University.
In early 2000s, Yasuyuki Nishioka founded PSLX Forum promoting strategic utilization of IT in manufacturing industry, as well as developing specifications for international standardization of IEC 62264-3:2007 in the area of advanced planning and scheduling (APS).
When he was a director of the production system division of Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers in 2014, he formed a group of leaders who wish to make an initiative of digital transformation in manufacturing. Then in 2015, he founded IVI for connected manufacturing with loosely defined standards. He has been leading IVI which currently has more than 500 members including major Japanese enterprises as well as SMEs.SEE URL: https://www.iotsworldcongress.com/partners/advisory-board/
Professor of Engineering and Design,
GLOBAL FUTURE COUNCILS SEATED ON:
MEMBER: Global Future Council on Advanced Manufacturing and Production