The Stanford Data Science Initiative program provides an opportunity for member companies to send a researcher to Stanford University as a visiting scholar to study and engage in research under the direction of a Stanford faculty member. Visiting Scholars appointments are usually made for up to one year, although shorter appointments are possible. The program is intended to build relationships for collaboration through an exchange of ideas. Stanford policy on Visiting Scholars can be found at this link.
Visiting Scholar from: Toshiba Corporation, 2020-21
Topic: Data Analysis
Affiliated Faculty: Jure Leskovec, Computer Science Department
Shigeru Maya is a Researcher at Toshiba Corporation. He received his Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Information Science and Technology from the University of Tokyo. His research interests include data mining and time series analysis. He is actively involved in developing new technologies to solve practical problems.
Visiting Scholar from: Mitsubishi UFJ Trust Investment Technology Institute, 2019-2022
Topic: Machine Learning
Affiliated Faculty: Stefano Ermon, Computer Science Department
Yusuke Tashiro is a researcher at MTEC (Mitsubishi UFJ Trust Investment TEChnology Institute), a member of MUFG (Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group). He also works for Japan Digital Design. He received his Ph.D in Information Science and Technology from Tokyo University. He is interested in developing machine learning algorithms and applying them to practical problems, with emphasis on analysis of financial data.
Visiting Scholar from: Hitachi, 2020-2022
Topic: Natural Language Processing
Affiliated Faculty: Christopher Manning, Computer Science Department
Yuta Koreeda is a Researcher at Hitachi America, Ltd. He received his M.D. in Mechanical Engineering, with honors from Waseda University in Tokyo. He is interested in natural language processing and applied machine learning, with emphasis on facilitating these technologies to the real-world business/industrial data.