Masato SAITO

Ph.D. candidate, Graduate School of Media and Governance,
Keio University

5322 Endo Fujisawa Kanagawa 252-8520 JAPAN
phone: +81-466-47-0836
private phone: +81-45-663-8796
email: masato +at ht.sfc.keio.ac.jp
http://www.ht.sfc.keio.ac.jp/~masato
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/masatosaito

Interest

Network Visualization, Computer Networking, Network Security, System Software

Education

Master of Media and Governance (Certificate of Information Technology),
Keio University, Kanagawa, Japan 2004

Concentration: Mobile Secure Networking (Hideyuki Tokuda Lab.)
Master thesis titled "A Secure Multiple Ad Hoc Networks Management for Ubiquitous Spontaneous Computing."
Designed and Implemented a secure membership management protocol for MANETs on ns-2 simulator.

Bachelor of Policy Management, Keio University, Kanagawa, Japan 2002
Concentration: Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (Hideyuki Tokuda Lab.)
Bachelor thesis titled "A Proximity-based Routing Scheme for Multi-Hop Wireless Networks."
Implemented an ad hoc network routing protocol both on FreeBSD kernel and on ns-2 simulator.

Research Fellowships

Taikichiro MORI Memorial Research Promotion Grant 2007
"The Proposition and Verification of A Visualization Model of Ubiquitous Networks," 2007

Research Fellow (DC2-COE21), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS),
June 2005 - March 2007

Taikichiro MORI Memorial Research Promotion Grant 2004 "A Study of 3D Network Browser System," 2004

Taikichiro MORI Memorial Research Promotion Grant 2002
"An Implementation of Autonomous Wireless Communication System for Peer-to-Peer Networks," 2002

Employment Experience

Part-time Lecturer at Department of Environment and Information Studies
in the undergraduate courses of "Basics of Information Technology"
and "Introduction to Programming (Java, C++)," at Keio University, April 2005 - current

Chief Developer, Exploratory Software Project with William H. Saito project manager,
Information-Technology Promotion Agency (IPA), JAPAN, April 2007 - December 2007

Teaching Assistant in the undergraduate courses of "Visualization"
for Yukio Ando, at Keio University, spring term 2007

Chief Developer, Exploratory Software Project with Fumitoshi UKAI project manager,
Information-Technology Promotion Agency (IPA), JAPAN, July 2004 - Februay 2005

Research Assistant, 21st century Center of Excellent (COE) program (Next Generation Media and
Intelligent Social Infrastructure program) at Keio University, April - June
2004 and March - May 2005 (http://www.coe21.sfc.keio.ac.jp/index.html.en)

Teaching Assistant in the undergraduate courses of "Introduction to Programming (C, Java)"
for Masaki Minami and Dr. Masayuki Iwai, at Keio University, fall term 2004

Part-time Research Assistant, Multimedia Signal Processing Laboratory,
NTT DoCoMo Multimedia Laboratories, November 2000 - November 2003

Evolutional Research Network System Adviser / Consultant / Engineer,
Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University,
April 2002 - September 2003 (the leader of advisors, Oct. 2002 - Sep. 2003)

Teaching Assistant in the graduate course of "Advanced Research" for
Prof. Hideyuki Tokuda, Prof. Yasushi Kiyoki, Prof. Yoshiyasu Takefuji,
at Keio University, spring term 2002

Internship, Communication Platform Labratory,
TOSHIBA Corporate Research & Development Center, March 2001

Student Assistant in the undergraduate course of "Information Processing Ia" for
Dr. Yoshito Tobe, at Keio University, spring term 2000

Y2KCC/JP staff, Internet Association Japan (IAjapan), December 1999 - January 2000

Publications (Selected) - full lists

Masato Saito and Hideyuki Tokuda, "Ubiquitous Network Browser: A Visualization Model of
End-Host Network
Information," COE International Symposium on Media Convergence and
Social Infrastructure, Tokyo, Dec. 2006

Masato Saito, et al, "A Report of SPA 2006,'' Japan Society for Software Science and
Technology (JSSST) Computer Software, Vol. 23, No.4, pp.84-93, Oct. 2006 (In Japanese)

Masato Saito and Hideyuki Tokuda, "3D-tcpdump: End-Host Traffic 3D-Visualization
Software
," International Workshop on Ubiquitous Media and Social Infrastructure 2005,
Stanford University, Aug. 2005

Masato Saito, et al, "A Proximity-Based Path Compression Protocol for Mobile
Ad Hoc Networks
,'' IEICE Trans. on Communications, Special Section on Networking
Technologies for Mobile Internet Systems, Vol. E87-B, No.9, pp. 2484 - 2492, Sep. 2004

Masato Saito, et al, "A Proximity-based Dynamic Path Shortening Scheme for Ubiquitous
Ad Hoc Networks
,'' The 24th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems
(ICDCS 2004), Tokyo, Japan, Mar. 2004, pp.390-397

Masato Saito, et al, "OR2: A Path Tuning Algorithm for Routing in Ad Hoc Networks,''
The 26th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks (LCN 2001) Workshop on
Wireless Local Networks (WLN '01), Tampa, FL, USA, Nov. 2001. pp.560-567

Honors

The Super Creator / Programmer certification
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI),
Information-technology Promotion Agency (IPA), May 2008

Best Poster Presentation and Demonstration Award
Japan Society for Software Science and Technology,
Software System SIG, March 2005

Best Conversation Award
Information Processing Society of Japan,
Distributed Processing System (DPS) SIG, December 2004

Poster Presentation and Demonstration Award
Japan Society for Software Science and Technology,
Software System SIG, August 2004

Best Paper Award
Information Processing Society of Japan,
Distributed Processing System (DPS) SIG, December 2003

Young Researcher's Award & Best Presentation Award
Information Processing Society of Japan,
Distributed Processing System (DPS) SIG, November 2001

Best Undergraduate Student Presentation Award
CMU-Keio Workshop on Emerging Technologies, August 2001

Research Projects

RT-HDI Project (Real Time Human Device Interaction) - Built network video software
which is capable of changing the frame rate adaptive to network conditions, 2000.

DoCoMo MC Project (Mobile Computing) - Built and implemented mobile ad hoc network
filed experiments and a wireless packet scheduling system operating on FreeBSD OS.

Secure Computing Project (Scientific Research Of Priority Areas: Research on Implementation
Schemes for Secure Computing) - Constructed an experimental secure campus-information
infrastructure which including smart information appliances and smart furnitures, designed
light-stand type smart furniture, and implemented the controlling and networking software for
the furnitures which visualizing some information obtaining RFID sensor tags.

ECN Project (Engineering Approach to Computer Networks) - Designed, implemented, and built
mobile ad hoc network routing protocols and modules (naming system, mobility mechanisms,
and limited broadcast scheme ), Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) based packet sheduling system
for wireless networks, a topology control algorithm for Bluetooth networks, a secure overlay
network protocol, and software modules for network gaming, September 1999 - current (the
project leader, April 2002 - January 2005).

Other achievements

Ubiquitous Network Browser (ex 3D-tcpdump) (May 2004 - current) -
http://www.3d-tcpdump.org/

Developing 3D visualizer of ``tcpdump'' program for Java platform (this was IPA Exploratory Software Project).
short report: http://journal.mycom.co.jp/articles/2004/12/09/sfc/

An boarding organizer of Nihon Sun User Group (NSUG - http://www.nsug.or.jp/),
November 2000 - June 2007 (a vice chairman of NSUG, June 2003 - June 2005)

Writing monthly for Open Source Magazine (being monthly published by
SOFTBANK Creative Corp.
and ex UNIX USER) on NSUG activities (in Japanese),
September 2004 - current. Organizing technical seminars and symposiums on Sun
products, related ITs, and various CS projects.
Writing technical articles on Solaris, Sun products, IT, and various CS projects.
Maintaining open source software binary packages for Solaris OS and write docuemnts.
Wrote the articles regarding NSUG-CD includeing open source softwares for SunWolrd Magazine
(published by IDG Japan), January 2001 and January 2002.

A joint translator of TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 2 The Implementation,
Japanese Edition
(ISBN:4-8947-1495-7, Pearson Education Japan) published in December 2002

Translated BPF chapter and all the other short chapters, and supported all the translation process.

Foreign language Skills

English: TOEFL-ITP score 570 (2004)
Arabic: a little bit :-)

Computer Skills

Languages: C, Java, C++, Perl, Common Lisp
Platforms: FreeBSD, Solaris, Linux, Mac OS, Windows operating systems

References

Prof. Hideyuki Tokuda
Dean/Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies,
Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Kanagawa JAPAN
http://www.ht.sfc.keio.ac.jp/~hxt/index_e.html

Prof. Yoshito Tobe
Dept. of Information Systems and Multimedia Design, Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo JAPAN
http://www.osoite.jp/tobe/


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