Information Processing Society of Japan is the largest an academic conference in Japanese information study sector. They have more than 15,000 members. The aim of the organization is to grow Academic/Technological progress in information processing world.
Urban Data Challenge(UDC) is the project organized by The University of Tokyo, in collaboration with The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and related organizations. The purpose of this project is to encourage everybody to collect and use the social infrastructure data hosted by the Association for Promotion of Infrastructure Geospatial Information Distribution.
Think IT is a technical commentary site for engineers operated by Impress Co., Ltd. with the slogan "Media Utilizing Open Source Technology in Practical Use". We are publishing useful since its inception in 2004, focusing on OSS (Open Source Software), and in recent years, it has been focusing on technology trends surrounding clouds in particular.
KAVLI IPMU of The University of Tokyo is the international institute dedicated to answering fundamental questions about the universe. The objective of the organization is to find out how the universe started, what its destiny is, the laws it is ruled by, and so on. The institute became more famous when professor Takaaki Kajita was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics.
NPO organization Location Information Service Research Agency is an organization that does location Information R&D, and helps with distributing location related information for any organization, and also helps volunteers support related activities. Giving the power to access all the available information is one step towards helping the community make the world a better place for everyone.
Hiroshima University, comprised of 11 academic and 11 research departments is one of the major universities within the Chukoku and Shikoku region. Since our establishment in 1949, with our mentality of “A free and peaceful university”, we continue to nurture a wide range of talented individuals.
Did you know that the Naha Airport in Okinawa has the 6th largest number of domestic flyers in Japan? Since Okinawa cannot depend on ground transport, it is an important airport facility for supporting Okinawan lives and industries. It is shared 24 hours by civilians and the Self Defense Force and is therefore a high-demand airport that has ran on its one runway since opening.