Making the most of the experience at WISE-SSS to become a reliable researcher in the future.

Aiming to support smooth communication by analyzing emotions

In daily life, communication sometimes does not work well. On such occasions, better understanding the opponents’ emotions mutually may enable smoother communication. I’m working on the analysis of human emotions using computers, especially the transition of emotions when communicating face to face. For example, when there is a miscommunication between a teacher and a student, understanding psychological factors can help teachers to decide the desirable attitudes and actions to take when contacting students.

Wonderful environment for cross-field study

I got to know WISE-SSS when I was attracted by the program because it enabled cross-field study, and it also facilitated international networking. Especially, the Cross-mentor/Global-mentor Systems were fascinating, as we can receive various knowledge and advices from professors across disciplines and countries. I thought this program was vital for me toward becoming a reliable researcher in the future, so I decided to register for it.

After registering, it became very meaningful for me to present my research to other researchers and those from private companies, and to receive ideas from those parties as well. Also, Global Forum gave me precious training experience to prepare for future international workshops and conferences. Using these experiences at WISE-SSS, I would like to become a full-fledged researcher who can conduct state-of-the-art researches and fully support students.


Quan Jingyu
Quan was born in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in China in 1996. After graduating from Central South University in Hunan Province in 2019, he came to Japan in 2020. He completed his master’s program in the Artificial Intelligence Course, Department of Computer Science, School of Computing, Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2022. Currently, he is in his second year of the doctoral program in the Artificial Intelligence Course, Department of Computer Science, School of Computing.