Toshiki Ueda is an associate professor at the Department of Humane Informatics, Otani University, Kyoto, Japan since 2016.
He also teaches at the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Doshisha University, Kyoto.
He graduated from the University of Electro-Communications with a B.E. degree in computer science in 1976 and
from the Shinshu University with a M.E. degree in information technology in 2014.
He worked in the telecommunications industry from 1976 for 40 years at KDD, ITU, JPIX, Pihana Pacific and SoftBank.
During his carrier at KDD, he took the chair of AIC, the Asian ISDN Council’s Study Group 2 from 1990 to 1995 that was comprised of Asian countries .
He was involved in the development of two internet exchange businesses: He was one of the starting members of JPIX(Japan Internet Exchange Co., Ltd.), a focal point of Internet traffic in Japan; He developed the business and marketing base of Pihana Pacific in Japan from 2000 that is integrated into Equinix, Inc.
His current main research area includes engineering education to promote and support effective students’ learning methods using
LMS(Learning Management System), wearable IoT devices and the government certified IT passport exam.
He is also active in digital marketing to lead the university’s project to attract more visitors on campus.