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5 students of the School of Social Informatics received the Research Encouragement Award at the 16th National Research Presentation Competition held by the Information Systems Society of Japan.

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2021.02.05

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5 students of the School of Social Informatics received the Research Encouragement Award at the 16th National Research Presentation Competition held by the Information Systems Society of Japan.

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The Information Systems Society of Japan, held their 16th National Research Presentation Competition in December 2020. The competition was held online, and 4th grade students from our School of Social Informatics Department of Social Informatics received the Research Encouragement Award. The recipients were Tanno Reina from Associate Professor Matsuzawa Yoshiaki’s seminar, and Minamiyama Jin, Kajita Yuuto, Aoyagi Chisa, Kimura Sayaka from Professor Miyagawa Hiroyuki’s seminar.


The title of each research report is listed below.

“Designing a small-scale business support system that can operate closely with businesses based on scenario analysis”: Tanno Reina
“Development of programming materials for elementary school students”: Minamiyama Jin, Kajita Yuuto
“A Study of Workation Projects considering the Regional Characteristics of Tottori Prefecture and Shikano Town”: Aoyagi Chisa, Kimura Sayaka

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