Professor, Department of
- Human-machine symbiosis
- Evidential reasoning and decision making with incomplete information
- Risk perception
- Human trust in and distrust of automated warning systems
- Mathematical and experimental evaluation of human interface
- Reliability and safety of human-machine systems
- Human-centered automation
- Dynamic and situation-adaptive trading of authority among humans and automation.
- From 1996 to 2002, he was Leader of an international research project on human-centered automation for system safety at the Center for Tsukuba Advanced Research Alliance, University of Tsukuba.
- From 2004 July to 2007 March, he was Leader of a MEXT supported research project on transportation safety, entitled "Situation and intent recognition for risk finding and avoidance: Human-centered technology for transportation safety."
- Cognitive Risk Analysis; Reliability and Safety of Large-Complex Systems (all at Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering)
- Probability Theory; Statistics; Uncertain Knowledge and Reasoning (all at the College of Information Sciences)
- Professional Activities
- Chair: Special Interest Group on Human Machine Systems, SICE of Japan (until 2002 Dec)
- Chair: IEEE Reliability Society Japan Chapter (Until 2004 Dec)
- Trustee: Human Interface Society of Japan
- Trustee: Institute of Systems, Control and Information Engineers
- Research Committee on Systems Safety: IEICE of Japan
- Short biography
- Toshiyuki Inagaki received his BS, MS, and Doctor's degrees in systems engineering from KyotoUniversity in 1974, 1976, and 1979, respectively. From 1979 to 1980 he was a Research Associate at the University of Houston, USA. Since 1980 he has been with the University of Tsukuba, where he is a Professor at the Institute of Information Sciences and Electronics. From 1990 to 1991 he was at the University of Kassel, Germany, as a Research Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.