He obtained Bachelor Engineering, Master Engineering and Ph.D(Engineering) from the University of Tokyo in 1994,1996 and 1999, respectively. He joined Shibaura Institute of Technology since 2005.
Our research interests are on designing the next generation mobile network architecture and mobile computing systems. One of topics we are focusing on is realizing collaborative sensor networks by using user terminal participation, in which each user’s mobile terminal obtains live information from the real world by exploiting radio information or a variety of sensors equipped with them, and it uploads them to the server in the Internet to recognize the situation of the specific place. For example, we try to estimate crowd density at some place using users’ mobile phones, by that they obtain the signal strength and packet loss information of public WiFi access points there.
We also address mitigating congestion that frequently occurs in expressway through detecting congestion phenomena and sharing the congestion information by using vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication and each car adjusts the velocity to reduce the congestion. The last example is assisting disaster relief. We address a method to record evacuation route trajectory of each person in indoor environment without GPS when the Internet is not available after the disaster occurs, by utilizing smartphone sensors such as acceleration sensors, gyro or air pressure sensors.
Mobile computing, Wireless mesh networks, Sensor networks, Vehicle networks, P2PTV networks
- Information theory 1,2
- Information and communication networks 1,
- Experiment in Electric Communication Engineering 1,2
- Seminar on Communication Engineering
- Introduction to Communication Engineering 2
- Graduation thesis
- Chitapong Wechtaisong, Hiroaki Morino and Takumi Miyoshi,
"Delay-Insertion-Based P2PTV Traffic Localization Using AS-Level Topology Information",
IEICE Transactions on Communications Vol.E98-B,No.11,pp.2259-2268, Nov.2015.
- Kien Duc Nguyen, Hoang Nam Nguyen, Hiroaki Morino and Iwao Sasase,
"Uplink Channel Allocation Scheme and QoS Management Mechanism for Cognitive Cellular-Femtocell Networks",
International Journal of Communication Networks and Information Security, Apr. 2014.
- Hiroaki Morino, Takashi Inafune and Takuya Watanabe,
"Assisting Solution of Traffic Congestion at Sags Using Inter-Vehicle
Communication with Heterogeneous Wireless Systems",
Proc. of 2015 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference, Dec 2015.
- Hiroaki Morino and Ryoma Iio,
"Group based two layer multicast for wireless mesh networks supporting mobile sources",
Proc. of the Sixth International Workshop on Autonomous Self-Organizing Networks (ASON 2013) in conjunction with IS-CANDAR 2013. Dec 2013.
- Hiroaki Morino and Tatsuya Ohnishi,
"Performance Evaluation of Topology Aware Super Peer Selection Methods in ALM networks",
Proc. of the Fifth Workshop on Ad-Hoc Sensor and P2P (AHSP 2013) pp.239-244, Mar 2013.
- Hiroaki Morino, Masugi Inoue and Tohru Sanefuji,
"Distance-and-Rate Dependent RTS/CTS Reservation in Wireless LAN for Enhancing Spatial Reuse",
Proc. of the Fourth Workshop on Ad-Hoc Sensor and P2P (AHSP 2011)
pp.489-494, Jun 2011.
- Masugi Inoue , Masaaki Ohnishi , Hiroaki Morino, Tohru Sanefuji
"Sensor-Terminal-Network Cooperative Architecture for Context-Aware Services"
Proc. of IEEE Wireless Communication and Networking Conference (WCNC 2010) , Apr 2010.
- Satoshi Aoki, Hiroaki Morino,
"Estimation of human activity area in the indoor environment using receive signal strength variation of IEEE 802.15.4 nodes",
Proc . of the 4th Symposium of South East Asia Technical University Consortium. (SEATUC) Feb 2010.
- Best Paper Award, IS-CANDAR 2013.
- Hajime Umemura Award for the distinguished education, Shibaura Institute of Technology, 2014. (Awarded for the contribution to the "Edokko 1" deep-sea exploration project)
International / Domestic Societies
- International societies: IEEE
- Domestic societies: IEICE, IPSJ