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2017.06.12

Ms.Farah Alfanur and Prof. Yasuo Kadono Won the Best Paper Award at the MakeLearn and TIIM 2017 International Conference in Lublin, Poland

Ms. Farah Alfanur, a PhD student, and Prof. Yasuo Kadono, Graduate School of Technology Management, Ritsumeikan University have been awarded the Best Paper Award at the Management, Knowledge & Learning and Technology, Innovation and Industrial Management (the MakeLearn and TIIM) 2017 International Conference. The conference was held at the Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland on 17-19 May 2017.

The awarded paper is as follows:

Adoption Model of C2C E-Commerce: A Conceptual Framework from Consumer Perspectives in Indonesia

Awarded Certificate



2017.04.06

【Event】Information Session at APU

Our graduate school holds information session on Friday, 12th May at APU (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University at Oita, Japan.)

During this event, our lecturer and staff will provide you brief introduction of our graduate school and MOT. Japanese language is used mainly for this event, but English explanation is also available if necessary. 

We welcome your visit!

Date: Friday, 12th May, 2017

Time: 13:00-14:00

Venue: Conference Room 1, 3rd floor, building A, APU

*Prior registration is NOT necessary.

For more details, please find following website.

Information Session at APU

 

2017.01.30

Ms. Fatin Aminah, is a PhD student of Graduate School of Technology Management, her essay was awarded in the essay competition by FALIA

Ms. Fatin Aminah, a PhD student of Graduate School of Technology Management, Ritsumeikan University has been awarded in the essay competition organized by FALIA, The Foundation for the Advancement of Life & Insurance Around the World.

The awarded essay is as below.

The Micro-Level Determinants of Performance in Conventional and Islamic Life Insurance Companies in Malaysia: A Difference GMM Panel Approach

2016.12.17

Mr. Alexander Guzman Urbina, is a Ph.D. student of Graduate School of Technology Management, his research paper was accepted and published in Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries

Mr. Alexander Guzman Urbina, is a Ph.D. student of Graduate School of Technology Management, his research paper was accepted and published in Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, which collaborated with Professor Dr. Atsushi Aoyama, and Dr. Eugene Choi. This study introduce a benefit measurement framework that applies a model of fuzzy risk assessment to deal efficiently with uncertainty and then estimate the value of investing in safety measures. By introducing a novel technique combining cost-benefit analysis for pipelines and fuzzy inference, this paper aims to justify the expenditure in safety as an investment with quantifiable returns and to enhance the value of energy companies by allowing them to realize the expectation of their stakeholders regarding safety management.

 
Guzman Urbina Alexander, Aoyama Atsushi

Measuring the Benefit of Investing in Pipeline Safety Using Fuzzy Risk Assessment, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, Volume 45 (2017), 1-17.

 

 


2016.12.16

Notice of Office closure during new year holidays

Please be advised that the administrative office, Graduate School of Technology Management will be closed the following dates for the new year holidays:


CLOSED: from Tuesday, 27th December to Thursday, 5th January

We will resume work on Friday, 6th January.

Happy holidays!!

2016.12.09

Ms. Nopparat Thepthepa, is a Ph.D student of Graduate School of Technology Management, her research manuscript was accepted and published in Journal of Procedia Computer Science.

Ms. Nopparat Thepthepa, is a Ph.D student of Graduate School of Technology Management, her research manuscript was accepted and published in Journal of Procedia Computer Science, which collaborated with Professor Dr. Toshio Mitsufuji.

This study provides evidence that there is a possibility for science museums to enhance levels of organizational learning by supporting knowledge processes. However, this would require science museums to focus its system on organizational learning and alter the structure of any bureaucratic environment. This research can contribute empirical evidence to the dependency between knowledge management and learning organizations. It also can assist knowledge-oriented public organizations in improving organizational learning through understanding its relationship with knowledge processes.


Thepthepa, N. and Mitsufuji, T. Knowledge Process and Learning Organization Development in Science Museums. Procedia Computer Science 2016; 99: 157-170.


2016.11.24

【Event】Information Session at APU

Our graduate school holds information session on Tuesday, 20th Dec at APU (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University at Oita, Japan.)

During this event, our lecturer and staff will provide you brief introduction of our graduate school and MOT. Japanese language is used mainly for this event, but English explanation is also available if necessary. 

We welcome your visit!

Date: Tuesday, 20th Dec, 2016

Time: 12:30-13:30

Venue: F109, APU

*Prior registration is NOT necessary.

For more details, please find following website.

Information Session at APU


2016.08.24

MOT doctoral candidate won the Excellent Student-Paper Award!

MOT doctoral candidate, Alexander GUZMAN has been awarded the Excellent Student-Paper Award by PSE Asia 2016, The 7th International Symposium on Design, Operation and Control of Chemical Process, held from 24th to 27th July, 2017 in the University of Tokyo, Japan.

The awarded paper is as follows.

"Maximizing the Benefit of Energy Safety Using Fuzzy Risk Assessment: The Case of Oil & Gas Pipelines"

 

2016.05.17

"Student Voice" page is renewed!

We have renewed "Student Voice" page of our website.

 Please visit this page to find the voices of our current students as well as graduates from here. 

2016.05.02

【Event】Information Session at APU

Our graduate school holds information session on Friday, 20th May at APU (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University at Oita, Japan.)

During this event, our lecturer and staff will provide you brief introduction of our graduate school and MOT. Japanese language is used mainly for this event, but English explanation is also available if necessary. 

We welcome your visit!

Date: Friday, 20th May, 2016

Time: 14:15-15:30

Venue: F207, APU

*Prior registration is NOT necessary.

For more details, please find following website.

Information Session at APU