Masa Ogata


  HCI Researcher

  Wearable Computing, Human Interface, Sensing Techniques, Embodied Interface

  Media Interaction Group, AIST (Tsukuba, Japan) ( is image file)


@ UIST’16


Masa Ogata is a Human-Computer Interaction researcher at AIST, where he works on human interface applying embodiment. He received a Ph.D in Computer Science from Keio University in March, 2016. Prior to graduation, he worked as research intern at ATR and Microsoft Research Asia. He gained academic recognition such as Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship 2013 and ACM CHI 2015 Best Paper Honorable Mention. ACM member, IPSJ member.

2016年慶應義塾大学大学院理工学研究科博士後期課程修了。博士(工学)。日本学術振興会特別研究員(DC1)、ATRMicrosoft Research Asiaなど企業研究所でのインターンを経て、現在、産業技術総合研究所研究員。2013年Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship、ACM CHI 2015 Best Paper Honorable Mentionなど受賞。身体性を用いたヒューマンインタフェースの研究に従事。ACM会員、情報処理学会会員。

Research Projects

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FluxPaper (CHI’15)

Reinventing Paper with Dynamic Actuation Powered by Magnetic Flux


SenSkin (UIST’13)

Adapting Skin as a Soft Interface


FlashTouch (CHI’13)

Data Communication through Touchscreens


iRing (UIST’12)

Intelligent Ring Using Infrared Reflection