Digital Life


We are pleased to announce the recipients of the Digital Life Award and the winners of the conference of Digital Life vol.1.

Digital Life Award

Outstanding Paper Award

Mengyao Shi, Jiali Qian, Shiyuan Li, Xiangyu Zhai, Yuqing Shi, and Xiang Fan (Shanghai Jiao Tong University and others)
“The relationship of Mobile Phone Addiction and Irrational Procrastination in College Students: Mediating Effect of Perceived Stress”

Young Researcher Award

Ryousuke Furukado (Nishinippon Institute of Technology)
“Effects of glucose Ramune candy ingestion on concentration during esports play and cognitive function”

Young Researcher Award

Ken Nagamine (Fukuoka University)
“The relationship among skills/factors and their structure and wins/losses in games in basketball classes”

Young Researcher Award

Taiki Ito (Chiba University of Commerce)
“Organizational Ambidexterity and Firm Performance: Effect of Two Types of Exploitation on Japanese Video Game Industry”

Special Award

Koh Sasaki, Mitsuyuki Nakayama, Kensuke Iwabuchi, Takumi Yamamoto, Ichiro Watanabe, Hironobu Shimozono, Jun Murakami, Takashi Katsuta, Ichiro Kono (Nagoya University and others)
“Ranking performance and network structure in world rugby sevens; 2011-2020 longitudinal data analysis”

The Conference of Digital Life vol.1

Digital INSPIRE Sankei Digital Prize

Jin Yamamoto (Hosei University)
“Construction of 3D Urban Space for Smart Cities Using Semantic Point Cloud Data”

Best Presentation Award

Kazushige Oshita (Okayama Prefectural University)
“Development of a new smart insole designed to prevent stride shortening during exercise walking”

Good Presentation Award

Yoshimasa Umehara (Setsunan University)
“Fundamental Research on Determination of Working State of Construction Machinery Using Deep Learning”

Good Presentation Award

Ryousuke Furukado (Nishinippon Institute of Technology)
“Exploring Micromanagement and Multiple Target Tracking Skills in Esports Players: Insights from Perceptual and Cognitive Tasks”

Good Presentation Award

Yuhei Yamamoto (Kansai University)
“Accuracy Improvement in Player Detection Using Deep Learning in Field Sports”

Congratulations to all the winners!

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