Project Assistant Professor
Areas of Expertise:
Service Design, Retailing, Commercial Space Design, Behavioral Economics, Economic Geography, Bayesian Networks
Graduated from Keio University Department of Economics in 2008. Entered as the first batch of masters at Keio University Graduate School of Media Design, and earned Ph.D. in Media Design in 2014. Rooting in Economic Geography and Behavioral Economics, she researches irrational human behaviors in public spaces using Bayesian Networks, and designs places by integrating information space and real space.
Projects she has worked on includes designing passages in shopping malls using sounds, designing doors for building entrances, where her current interest is on designing towns that provide well-being.
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