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Academic Lab of Professor Dr. Martin POHL




















Shio OHTOMO   大伴 史緒



PhD Candidate (Main Interest: Innovation Management, Internet of Things)

From April 2015: Candidate for a  Doctor of Philosopy

Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan    


2013-2015 Master of Arts in International Studies                                                

Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba

  • Awarded Outstanding Thesis Prize in the graduate school for the master’s thesis entitled

    “Analysis on the Factors of Economic Growth in Palestine”.

  • Orientations: Middle Eastern economy, Israeli and Palestinian study, International relations


2008-2013 Bachelor of Science                                                                  

School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba (Meteorology)


Job Experiences and Activities


From 2015: Research Assistant for a Project “Ethics and Religious Values in Robot Industry”              

My responsibilities include making analysis on robot companies by internet and telephone research, conducting literature research on cultural and religious schemes in the field of robotics, and co-writing an article with the supervisor.


July 2015: Participation in EPRIE (Exchange Program for Regional Integration in East Asia and Europe) organized by the Robert-Bosch-Foundation and the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation                       

  As a participant representing Japan, I joined conferences and made presentations in the program.


June 2015: Organizer of a Joint Half-Day Visit of Two Members of the German and the European Parliament to Tsukuba                                   

My responsibilities included selecting visiting places and people to be invited and accompanying the parliament members during the whole stay.


2014 Teaching Assistant                                                                       

I have worked as an assistant for several lectures. My responsibilities include making presentations relating to my research, guiding and briefing rules/regulations to guest lecturers from foreign universities.