東京工業大学 環境・社会理工学院 教授
[略歴]1984年東京工業大学大学院総合理工学研究科修士課程修了. 同年日本アイ・ ビー・エム株式会社東京基礎研究所入所．最適化技術，離散アルゴ
- Kazuyoshi Hidaka, Outstanding Technical Achievement Award (OTAA), IBM Corporation, June 2000
- Kazuyoshi Hidaka, Outstanding Innovation Achievement Award (OIAA), IBM Corporation, June 2007
- Kazuyoshi Hidaka, ISSIP HICSS Award, The International Society of Service Innovation Professionals, at Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, June 4, 2016
- SRII Japan Chapter (Chair: Dr. Kazuyoshi Hidaka), “Outstanding Leadership Award”, at the 2012 Global Conference of Service Research and Innovation Institute, San Jose, CA, July 24, 2012
Kazuyoshi Hidaka is professor of School of Environment and Society, Tokyo Institute of Technology. He received M.S. degree in energy science at the Graduate School of Tokyo Institute of Technology in March 1984, and obtained a dissertation doctorate in science (D.Sc.) from Waseda University’s Graduate School in March 1996. He had worked for IBM Research – Tokyo, since 1984 through 2009, and led research projects in optimization technology, discrete algorithms, mathematical science, business solutions, computational organization theory, and service science. Following an assignment to IBM’s Watson Research Center in the U.S., returned to the IBM Research – Tokyo and had been the senior manager of business services research. He had been the member of global leadership team of Service Science, Management, and Engineering (SSME) in IBM, and lead global and Japanese strategy of service science in IBM. He was Professor of School of Knowledge Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology since August 2009 through September 2010, and member of technology board of New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Program Advisor of Research Institute of Science and Technology for Society in Japan Science and Technology Agency. He is Fellow of Information Processing Society of Japan, board member of Society for Serviceology, member of the IEEE, and member of Operations Research Society of Japan.