Norio Shiratori


1. Topics

1.1 Research Papers and Lectures

1.2 List of Reseach Papers (Past 5 Years)

List of Papers

2. Biography

(1) Job History

Dr. Norio SHIRATORI received Ph.D. degree in engineering from Tohoku University in 1977. In the same year, he joined the Research Institute of Electrical Communication (RIEC), Tohoku University as Assistant Professor (Apr.1977 to Oct.1984). In 1984, he became Associate Professor, RIEC (Nov.1984 to June 1990), and Professor, School of Information Engineering, Tohoku University in 1990(Apr.1990-Mar.1993). In 1993, he returned to RIEC as Professor (Apr.1993-Mar.2010). After he retired from Tohoku University in 2010, he has been Emeritus Professor of Tohoku University. Also, he was Visiting Professor of Tohoku University (2010-2015), and an Executive Board Member of Future University Hakodate (2010-2014), Japan. In 2012, as a Professor, he moved to the GITS (Graduate School of Global Information and Telecommunication Studies), Waseda University (2012-2015), Japan. From 2015 to 2017, he worked as a Visiting Professor of the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University. Currently, he is Professor of Chuo University, Japan (Apr.2014-Present).

As additional positions, he served as a Visiting Professor, UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles), U.S.A. (July 1997-Aug.1997), and RDI Professor / Visiting Researcher, Research and Development Initiative (RDI), Chuo University (Apr.2011-Mar.2012), and Research Fellow of NICT (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) Resilient ICT Research Center, Japan.

(2) Academic Societies

Dr. Shiratori is a Life Fellow of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) and fellows of the JFES (The Japan Foundation of Engineering Societies), the IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan), and the IEICE (The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers). He is the former President of the IPSJ (2009-2011), Chair of the IEEE Sendai Section (2010-2011) and Vice Chair of the IEEE Japan Council (2013-2014). He also served as a Japanese representative of the IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing, 2004-2005) and a member of the Science Council of Japan (Aug. 2006- Sept. 2011).

(3) Education

As a supervisor, Dr. Shiratori has graduated 63 PhD students and 115 of MS students at Tohoku University for 20 years. The number of the PhD graduates is at the top-level among graduate schools of information fields. He has published over 600 refereed research papers and more than 15 technical books in computer science and its related fields.

(4) International Conferences

He has also served various capacities in international conferences such as Honorary Chairs (12 times), General Chairs (5 times), and Program Chairs (3 times); (1) Honorary Chairs of 1) NaNA2017, Kathmandu, Nepal, 2) NaNA2016, Hakodate, Japan, 3) UIC2015, Beijing, 4) ICCSA 2014, Guimaraes, 5) ICCSA 2011, Santander, Spain, and 6) UIC-06, Three Gorges, China (2006), (2) General Chairs of 1) 9th IEEE ICOIN-9 (1994, Osaka, Japan), 2) IFIP Joint International Conference FORTE/PSTV'97 and 12th IEEE ICOIN-12, Taipei, Taiwan (1997), (3) Program Chairs of 1) ICPADS'96 (1996), Tokyo, 2) ICPP-99, Aizu, Japan (1999) and many others.

(5) International Standards

He has achieved 2 International Standardizations on Network Mobility at IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) ; 1) RFC 4295 Mobile IPv6 Management Information Base (Apr., 2006) and 2) RFC 5488 Network Mobility (NEMO) Management Information Base (Apr., 2009) . The RFC 4295 and 5488 were based on the outcome of the following 2 governmental projects.