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Kyoho Satsumi

  • Research and Development group member
  • The EdLab of Teachers College, Columbia University
  • 4Followers

Research interests

Web application using databases


Kyoho Satsumi comes from Tokyo, Japan and is currently a Master's student in Computer Science department. His undergraduate major at the University of Tokyo was astronomy and his graduate major at Tokyo Institute of Technology was physics, but he has chosen to be a computer system engineer with his experience as the lead system administrator for the theoretical physics group. He joined in IBM Japan and worked there as a Web application architect. He joined several Web application development projects for big enterprises like Recruit, H.I.S. (tour information/agency), The Chuo Mitsui Trust and Banking Company, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance, (financial service), Honda (automobile), Adecco (staffing), Tohoku Electric Power, etc. In these projects he led application development group and designed the application for customers, made and guided development standard for the developers, conducted integrated testing. Through these projects he experienced all phases of Web application development, from the request definition to the service-in. Through his career he was interested in more technical mechanism inside the products rather than simply using them. That made his mind to go overseas and start studying there. Since fall 2008, he has belonged to Software Systems track in Computer Science department and focused his study in databases. He also has worked as a teaching assistant of "Introduction of Databases" class in the same department, spring 2009 and summer 2009. Now his interests are database systems, data structures and algorithms, web application technologies.

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Professional experience

Research and Development group member

The EdLab of Teachers College, Columbia University

July 2009 - Present

Advisory IT Specialist


April 1998 - July 2008(10 years)


Master's of Science, Computer Science

Columbia University

September 2008 - Present