Keiji Suzuki

DepartmentComplex and Intelligent Systems
Specialized FieldsMulti-agent systems, Multi-robot-systems, Information Systems, Optimization, Tourism Infomatics
Subjects in ChargeAnalysis 1, Analysis 2, Numerical Analysis, Special Seminar on Complex Systems Science A, Advanced Topics in Information mathematics
Academic BackgroundGraduate School of Eng., Hokkaido University
Personal History1993 Hokkaido University - Assistant, 1995 Hokkaido University - Assistant Professor, 2000 Future University Hakodate - Assistant Professor, 2004 Future University Hakodate - Professor, 2008 Hokkaido University Professor, 2015 Future University Hakodate - Professor
Starting Time of Employment2015

Research Contents

Multi-robot system controled by swarm behavior and syncronizing mechanism is in progress.
Social resource sharing design with multi-agent systems were proposed.
Conposite recommendation mechanism is developed and applied to real information site- "bemall".
Local Clustering Organization (LCO) as heuristic optimization method is improved.
Indoor positioning systems were investigated.

Attractive Factors of My Research

All of the research area is related to Complex Systems.
Multi-robot systems, Society, real information systems are considerd as Complex Systems.
Complex systems will become important view point to make a future.


Venture company, Chowa Giken Co.Ltd., is lounch. It is operating the information site "Bemall".

Major Books and Papers

Journal Paper

Hidenori Kawamura, Ryota Ono, Keiji Suzuki:
Statement-based Cost Estimate for Co-utilization of Service Facilities,
Journal of Information Processing, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 270-278 (2014)

Sho Yamauchi, Hidenori Kawamura, and Keiji Suzuki,
“Observation of Synchronization Phenomena in Structured Flocking Behavior”,
Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics, Vol. 17, No. 5, pp. 715-720 (2013).

Internatinal Conference

Toshiyuki Asai, Kei Hirata, Hidenori Kawamura and Keiji Suzuki
Behavior Analysis of Electronic Stamp Rally Participants,
The 2nd international conference on Serviceology(ICServ2014), Yokohama(2014)

Ryota Ono, Kei Hirata, Hidenori Kawamura and Keiji Suzuki
Scoring Algorithm for Event Notice Recommender System,
The 2nd international conference on Serviceology(ICServ2014), Yokohama(2014)

Sho Yamauchi, Hidenori Kawamura, and Keiji Suzuki:
Interaction of two oscillator aggregations,
The 13th International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems(IAS), Italy(2014)

Segawa Shinsaku, Kin Shofuku, Kawamura Hidenori, Suzuki Keiji
Implementation of Massive Agent Model Using Repast HPC and GPU
World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (WMSCI), Orland, Florida, USA (2014)

Yohko Konno, Hidenori Kawamura, Keiji Suzuki:
Effective Operation Tuning for Local Clustering Organization in TSP,
The 5th International Conference on Advanced Manufacturing (ICAM2014), Taiwan (2014)

Yohko Konno, Hidenori Kawamura, Keiji Suzuki:
Local Clustering Organization Based Subtour Extract Approach for Large-Scale TSP,
The International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition (AIPR2014), Malaysia (2014)

Yohko Konno, Hidenori Kawamura, Keiji Suzuki:
Extended Local Clustering Organization (LCO) Based Divide and Conquer Heuristic Algorithm for Multiplexed TSP,
The International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Modeling, Control and Automation (CIMCA 2014), Austria (2014)

Sho Yamauchi, Hidenori Kawamura, Keiji Suzuki:
Oscillator aggregation in redundant robotic systems for emergence of homeostasis,
The 2nd International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Application(RiTA), F4B-3, USA(2013)

Yohko Konno, Hidenori Kawamura, Keiji Suzuki:
LCO Applied to Large Scale Connected Double Circles TSP for Comparing Heuristic Strategies,
The 9th International Conference on Optimization,
Techniques and Applications (ICOTA9), p.128, Taiwan (2013)

Takeshi Ikeda, Mitsuru Kawamoto, Akio Sashima, Junpei Tsuji, HidenoriKawamura, Keiji Suzuki and Koichi Kurumatani: An Indoor Autonomous Positioning and Navigation System to Support Activities in Large-Scale Commercial Facilities, The 1st International Conference on Serviceology (ICServ2013), Tokyo (Japan), pp.136-143 (2013)

Message to Students

If you have interest to investigate the new research area related to Complex Systems Engineering, like as multi robot systems, multi-agent systems, and others, let's consider new approach and new idea toward progess of Complex Systems Engneering.