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Hiroki Nishino,助理教授、研究员

Institute

School of Creativity    and Art

Research Area

Creative Computing

Contact Info.

hirokinishino@shanghaitech.edu.cn

 

 

 

Biography

 

 

   1992   – 1996, B.A. in Policy Management, Keio University, Kanagawa, Japan.
   1996 – 2001, Master of Media and Governance, Keio University, Kanagawa,   Japan.

   2005   – 2007, Digital Arts and Experimental Media Ph.D. program, University of   Washington, Seattle, WA, USA (officially withdrawn in 2008).
   2009 – 2014, Ph.D. in Integrative Sciences and Engineering, NGS Graduate   School,         National University of Singapore, Singapore.

  2014   – 2015, Visiting Researcher, Graduate School of Media Design, Keio   University,     Kanagawa Japan.

  2015   – 2016, Research Fellow, Imagineering Institute,Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

  2016   – 2020, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Industrial Design, Chang Gung   University,  Taoyuan, Taiwan.

  2020   – present, Assistant Professor, School of Creativity and Art, ShanghaiTech   University, Shanghai, China

 

 

Research Interests

 

 

Programming Language   Design/Development for Creative Computing, Digital Arts, Computer Music,   Live-Coding, New Interfaces for Music Expression, Interaction Design, Human   Compute Interaction, Creative Inquiry by Research through Design.

 

 

Selected Publications

 

 

1. H. Nishino & R.   Nakatsu, Computer Music Languages and Systems: The Synergy between Technology   and Creativity

The Handbook of   Digital Games and Entertainment Technologies, Springer, 2015 Dec. pp.1-49.

2. H. Nishino,   LC:AMostly-strongly-timedPrototype-basedComputerMusicProgramming, Language   that Integrates Objects and Manipulations for Microsound Synthesis, Ph.D.   Thesis, National University of Singapore. 2014.

3. H. Nishino,   Oberhausen Requiem, The Mono@Gasometer Competition DEGEM (Deutche   Gesellschaft Fur Elektroakustische Musik), 2007/The 1st Leonardo Art/Science   Student Contest, 2008

4.H. Nishino, Ardestan: A Visual Programming Language for Arduino, The ACM   Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST), New Orleans,   Louisiana, USA 2019 Oct.

5. H. Nishino,A   Shape-free Designable 6DoF Marker Tracking Method for Camera-based   Interaction in Mobile Environment, The 18th ACM International Conference on   Multimedia (ACM MM 2010), Florence, Italy, 2010 Oct. pp.1055-1058