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Name: Hiroshi Kagemoto
Date of Birth: March 7, 1954
Nationality: Japan
Family Status: married, (wife(Yuriko), two daughters(Sachiko, Yoko)
and a male dog(Hazuki))

 


私は本学に平成28年4月より着任し、約1年が過ぎました。本学では学生と教員の距離が

近いなと感じています。この近い距離は本学ならではの良さだと思います。

私は「研究」が大好きです。研究をやることが面白くて教員を続けていると言っても過言

ではありません。大学へ進学してくる皆さんにも研究の面白さを感じて欲しいと思っています。

それから大学生は高校までとは違い大学生は世間から「大人」とみられます。生活・学業

ともに自分で考えて行動や学習が必要になってきます。どうぞ「かっこいい大人の自分」と

いう大学生へ成長をして頂きたいと思っています。

 

★担当講義ピックアップ

情報代数学 コンピュータ科学や情報科学の分野で基礎をなす数学を学ぶ。特に、集合論や場合の数および確率論について重点的に学ばせる。授業では、具体的な問題をもとに、その解法の考え方を紹介しながら、数学的な発想や理論的な思考能力を高めることを目的とする。随時課題を出し、グループ毎にその解法も学生に考えてもらう。これまで数学を不得手としてきた学生に対しては、具体的な問題とのつながりで数学に対する興味を抱いてもらうように努め、数学を得手としてきた学生に対しては公式の暗記に終始してきたかもしれないこれまでの数学をより身近に感じられるように努める。
統計概論 統計学の学習の目的は、データに基づく統計的なものの考え方や基本的な統計手法を学習することである。近年のビッグデータに代表されるように、このようなデータに基づく検証とそれに至る統計的処理技法は現代社会において必須とされるものである。本科目はこのような考え方に沿って、統計データの整理や解釈、データ分析の数学的表現から出発し、確率の考え方とその数学的表現、統計データを用いた推定、検定、回帰分析や最尤推定法などについて学ばせる。さらにEXCELなどの統計分析ツールを用いた統計分析演習も合わせて行う。

 



Education & Diploma
1972-1976 University of Tokyo, Graduate Engineer
1976-1978 Graduate School, University of Tokyo, Master of Science

Professional Experience
1978-1989 Technical Officer of the Ocean Engineering Division
Ship Research Institute, Ministry of Transport
(1983-1984) Visiting Scientist of the Department of Ocean Engineering,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
(1987-1988) Technical Officer of the Research and Development Bureau,
Science & Technology Agency
1989-1992 Research Associate, Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering,
School of Engineering, University of Tokyo
1992-1998 Associate Professor, Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering,
School of Engineering, University of Tokyo
(1996-1997) Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Ocean Engineering,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1998-1999 Associate Professor, Department of Environmental and Ocean Engineering,
School of Engineering, University of Tokyo
1999-2014 Professor, Department of Environment Systems,
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo
2014-2016 Project Professor, Department of Ocean Technology, Policy and Environment,
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo
(2016.6-) Professor Emeritus of the University of Tokyo
2016- Professor, Department of Applied Information Technology,
Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science

Selected Papers
(1)H.Kagemoto and Dick K.P.Yue
Interactions among multiple three-dimensional bodies in water waves: an exact algebraic method,
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol.166, 1986.
(2)H.Kagemoto
Minimization of wave forces on an array of floating bodies - The inverse hydrodynamic interaction theory -,
Applied Ocean Research, 14, 1992.
(3)H.Kagemoto and Dick K.P.Yue
Hydrodynamic interaction analyses of very large floating structures,
Journal of Marine Structures, Vol.6, Nos.2&3, 1993.
(4)H.Kagemoto and Dick K.P.Yue
Hydroelastic analyses of a structure supported on a very large number of floating bodies,
in Hydroelasticity in Marine Technology (eds. O. Faltinsen, et al.), 417-431, 1994.
(5)H.Kagemoto, M.Fujino and T.Zhu
On the estimation method of hydrodynamic forces acting on a very large floating structure,
Applied Ocean Research, Vol.19, No.1, 49-60,1997.
(6)H.Kagemoto, Dick.K.P.Yue and Michael Triantafyllou
Optimization of a fish-like swimming body,
50th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics in the American Physical Society, 1997.
(7)H.Kagemoto, M.Fujino and M.Murai
Theoretical and experimental predictions of the hydroelastic response of a very large floating structure in waves,
Applied Ocean Research, Vol.20, No.3, 135-144, 1998.
(8)T.Zhu, H.Kagemoto and M.Fujino
On the estimation method of hydrodynamic forces acting on a very large floating structure(Part 2),
Applied Ocean Research, Vol.21, No.2, 53-67, 1999.
(9)T.Kinoshita, H.Kagemoto and M.Fujino
A CFD application to wave-induced floating-body dynamics,
7th International Conference on Numerical Ship Hydrodynamics, 1999.
(10)M.Murai, H.Kagemoto and M.Fujino
On the hydroelastic responses of a very large floating structure in waves,
Journal of Marine Science and Technology, Vol.4, No.3, 1999.
(11)H.Kagemoto, M.J.Wolfgang, D.K.P.Yue and M.S.Triantafyllou
Force and power estimation in fish-like locomotion using a vortex-lattice method,
Journal of Fluids Engineering, Vol.122, No.2, June 2000.
(12)H.Kagemoto, M.Murai, M.Saito, B.Molin and S.Malenica
Experimental and theoretical analysis of the wave decay
along a long array of vertical cylinders,
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol.456, 113-135, 2002.
(13)H.Kagemoto
Drift force on a bottom-mounted slightly porous vertical cylinders fixed in regular waves,
Journal of Marine Science and Technology, Vol.7, No.3, 128-136, 2003.
(14)H.Kagemoto, M.Murai and M.Kashiwagi
Can a single floating body be expressed as the sum of two bodies?,
Journal of Engineering Mathematics, Vol.68, No.2, 153-164, 2010.
(15)H.Kagemoto
Revisiting the complete wave transmission and reflection due to an array of 2-D surface-piercing truncated vertical plates fixed in regular incident waves,
Ocean Engineering, Vol.38, Issues 8-9, 976-982, 2011.
(16)H.Kagemoto
Why do fish have a 'fish-like geometry'?,
Journal of Fluids Engineering, 136(1), 011106-1-011106-7, 2014.
(17)H.Kagemoto, M.Murai and T.Fujii
Second-order resonance among an array of two rows of vertical circular cylinders,
Applied Ocean Research, 47, 192-198, 2014.
(18)H.Kagemoto
Revisiting the complete wave transmission and reflection due to an array of 2-D surface-piercing truncated vertical plates fixed in regular incident waves (Part 2),
Ocean Engineering, Vol.108, 173-180, 2015.
(19)C.Anagnostopoulou, H.Kagemoto, K.Sao and A.Mizuno
Concept design and dynamic analyses of a floating vertical-axis wind turbine: case study of power supply to offshore Greek islands,
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Marine Energy, 2(1), 85-104, DOI: 10.1007/s40722-015-0034-2, 2015.

Address
Hiroshi Kagemoto
Department of Applied Information Technology
Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science
536 Aba-machi, Nagasaki-city 851-0193, JAPAN
phone:+81-95-838-4128
fax:+81-95-838-6911
KAGEMOTO_Hiroshi@NiAS.ac.jp