VISITING FACULTY

Title : Dr.
Name : Masahiko Nagai
FoS : Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems
Affiliation : Visiting Faculty
Location : room no. 107, Geoinformatics Center
Phone : (662) 524 5599
Fax : (662) 524 5597
Email : NAGAIm[at]iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Educational Background

  1. Ph.D.,School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  2. M.Sc., School of Advance Technologies, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
  3. B. S., Professional Chemistry Option, College of Science and Technology, Department of Chemistry, St. Cloud State University, USA.
 

Research Interests

Spatial Information Engineering: Remote Sensing, GIS, Image Processing, GPS and Mobile Mapping and Environmental Information Science: Data Interoperability, Ontology, Standardization and Database Management

 

Teaching

N/A
 

Selected Publications

  1. Masahiko NAGAI, Yongcheol SUH, Tianen CHEN, Hideo KUMAGAI, Ryosuke SHIBASAKI, July 2006, “3D Data Acquisition in an Indoor Environment by Integrating Laser scanner and CCD Sensor with IMU”, Asian Journal of GEOINFORMATICS, Volume 6 Number 3 July 2006, pp.1-7.
  2. YuZhong CHEN, Huijing ZHAO, Masahiko NAGAI, Xiaowei SHAO, Ryosuke SHIBASAKI, 9th October 2006, “A Novel Vehicle-Borne System for Traffic Signs/Signals extraction Using Laser Range Scanners and CCD Images”, ITS World Congress, London, United Kingdom.
  3. Fumiya NAKAYAMA, Masahiko NAGAI, Seiichiro KURODA, Youichi YUUKI and Koyo HATAKEYAMA, 26th November 2006, “Application of 3D Laser Mapping and HEM using UAV for the Landslide Investigation of the Mid Niigata Prefecture Earthquake”, The 8th SEGJ International Symposium - Imaging and Interpretation -, Kyoto University, Japan.Masahiko NAGAI, Ryosuke SHIBASAKI, Seiichiro KURODA, Youichi YUUKI, July 2006, “Landslide Monitoring by UAV–Based Mapping System”, Journal of Applied Survey Technology, JAST Vol.17, pp.77-85.
  4. Masahiko NAGAI, Ryosuke SHIBASAKI, 7th December 2006, “Robust Trajectory Tracking by Combining GPS/IMU and Continual CCD Images”, Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth International Symposium On Space Technology and Science Kanazawa 2006, Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences and Organizing Committee of the 25th ISTS, pp1189-1194.
  5. Masahiko NAGAI, Masafumi ONO, Ryosuke SHIBASAKI, October 2008, “Interoperability for Global Observation Data by Ontological Information”, TSINGHUA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, Volume 13, Number S1, ISSN 1007-0214 54/67, pp336-342.
  6. Masahiko NAGAI, Tianen CHEN, Ryosuke SHIBASAKI, Hideo KUMAGAI, Afzal AHMED, March 2009, “UAV-Borne 3-D Mapping System by Multisensor Integration”, Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on Volume 47, Issue 3, ISSN 0196-2892, pp701-708 Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/TGRS.2008.2010314.
  7. Masahiko NAGAI, Masahiko NAGAI, Masafumi ONO, Ryosuke SHIBASAKI, September 2009, “Interoperability Arrangement For Remote Sensing Data”, Asian Journal of GEOINFORMATICS, Volume 9 Number 3 September 2009, ISSN 1513-6728, pp.15-19.
  8. Masahiko NAGAI, Masafumi ONO, Ryosuke SHIBASAKI, September 2009, “Semantic Network Dictionary for Ontological Information with Wiki” ,earthzine, IEEE, http://www.earthzine.org/2010/08/06/semantic-network-dictionary-for-ontological-information-with-wiki/.1.
  9. Masahiko NAGAI, Yongcheol SUH, Tianen CHEN, Hideo KUMAGAI, Ryosuke SHIBASAKI, July 2006, “3D Data Acquisition in an Indoor Environment by Integrating Laser scanner and CCD Sensor with IMU”, Asian Journal of GEOINFORMATICS, Volume 6 Number 3 July 2006, pp.1-7.
 

Ongoing and Completed Projects

N/A
 

Awards and Honors

  1. The Best Paper Award, 2003, Japanese Association of Surveyors,
  2. Awarded Paper: Real-Time Volcano Activity Mapping Using Ground-Based Digital Imagery, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.
  3. The Best Paper Award, July 2006, Japanese Association of Surveyors,
  4. Awarded Paper:Landslide Monitoring by UAV–Based Mapping System –Case Study of Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake.
  5. The Best Poster Award, July 2008, ISPRS Congress 2008,
  6. Awarded Paper:UAV Based Monitoring System and Object Detection Technique Development for a Disaster Area.
  7. The Best Paper Award, October 2009, Asian Conference on Remote Sensing 2009,
  8. Awarded Paper:UAV Based Monitoring System and Object Detection Technique Development for a Disaster Area.ation
 

Professional Affiliations

  1. Co-Chair of GEOSS/IEEE Best Practice Wiki.
  2. Co-Lead of the 3rd Phase of the GEOSS Architecture Implementation Pilot.
  3. Coordinator of Data Analysis Node for Sentinel Asia.
  4. Project Manager of International Disaster Charter of Asian Region.
  5. Committee Consultant of Service Research Innovation (SRI) Thailand.
 

Research Keywords

Remote Sensing, GIS, Computer Vision, 3D modeling, Image Processing, GPS and Mobile Mapping, Science: Data Interoperability, Ontology, Standardization and Database Management, Smart Service