Master students in Yamaguchi-Takada laboratory, Hironari Yu and Yusuke Ohya presented Mid-Term Poster Presentation at the Department of International Development Engineering.
- Date and Time: August 2 (Tuesday), 2016 , 10:00 –
- Venue: Room B04/095, Isikawadai #4 building
- Settings: Poster presentation in English
- Size of poster: A0 size (84.1 cm width and 118.9 cm height)
|Hironari Yu||The Application of Drone for Riverbank Landscape Monitoring : Case of Luang Prabang in Lao P.D.R|
|Yusuke Ohya||Factors Affecting Mongolian Primary School Leaders’ Attitudes Toward ICT in Education|
Yu Hironari and Yusuke Ohya reported their research progress of “The Application of Drone for Riverbank Landscape Monitoring: Case of Luang Prabang in Lao P.D.R”, and “Factors Affecting Mongolian Primary School Leaders’ Attitudes Toward ICT in Education”, respectively. They received useful comments from professors and students during the Q&A sessions.
Tokyo Tech has been conducting a project titled “Application of ICT for heritage management” under the collaboration between Luang Prabang World Heritage Office (DPL) since 2004. Yu has been a member of Tokyo Tech team since April in 2015. Specifically, his research focuses on the application of drone for monitoring of riverbank landscape. It is expected that his research can assist in promoting a sustainable management of riverbank landscape.
Audience asked several questions including the justification of using drone, advantages of drone compared to use Google Street View and others. After the presentation, Yu mentioned it was difficult to explain and promote understanding of people who has not been to the site.
Ohya has involved in the JICA-funded project “Sustainable use of ICT for improving the quality of primary education in rural Mongolia” (2012-2017) as a member of Tokyo Tech since April in 2015. Specifically, his research focus is school leaders’ attitudes toward ICT in education. The research aims to find out the factors affecting school leaders’ attitudes towards ICT in education through statistical analysis.
Audience asked several questions, including the definition of the term “ICT”, and “school leaders”, the measurements of leaders’ attitudes, the detail about factor analysis, and others. This session helped him identify the points of lack of understanding.