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FY 2017 Adopted Joint Research Projects

A. The themes setup by the Center are as follows
No.themes No.Title / Affiliation / Name
1 Making WEB Union Catalogue of the Japanese arts in Europe and U.S.A
Assistant Curator, Department of Asian Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art Monika BINCSIK
B. Open Themes
No.Title / Affiliation / Nam
1 A comprehensive study on digital archive and database creation of video and picture materials related to Gion festival
Curator, Egawa Museum of Art Yutaro HATTAN
2 Construction of a Digital Atlas of Topographic Documents and Guidebooks in the Early Modern Period and Modern Period of Kyoto
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Tokushima University  Akihiro TSUKAMOTO
3 Research of Kyoto-based Global Development of Printing Techniques and Designs
Research Fellowship for Young Scientists, Kyoto Institute of Technology Mizuho KAMO
4 演劇上演記録データベースを活用した、演劇資料画像検索閲覧システムの構築に関る研究
Shochiku Otani Library Sachiko MUTO
5 ARCデータベースを利用した博物館アーカイブスの整理および情報公開に関する研究
Head of the Japanese Section, Dept. of Asia, British Museum Timothy Thorburn CLARK
6 Archiving and Utilization of Japanese Performing Arts Materials on GloPAD(Global Performing Arts Database)and JPARC(Japanese Performing Arts Resource Center)
Associate Professor, Department chair, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies, University of California at Santa Barbara Katherine SALTZMAN-LI
7 ARC古典籍データベースを利用した近世版本における「版(edition)」の変遷に関する研究
Research Fellow, SOAS, University of London Ryoko MATSUBA
8 An Analysis and a Database Construction of Old Japanese Golden Manuscripts of Buddhist Scriptures using Single Image Super-resolution ; Focusing on the Fujii Eikan Bunko Collection stored by the Art Research Center
金字経の単一画像超解像による解析とデータベースの構築; 立命館大学アート・リサーチセンター所蔵藤井永観文庫を中心として
Lecturer, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama University Toshiaki AIDA
9 Study on effects of urban improvement on livelihood in Kyo-machiya in the modern and postwar Kyoto
School of Policy Studies Contract assistant, KWANSEI GAKUIN University Akira TAKAHASHI
10 Extracting Personal Information of Historical Persons from "Nihon Jinmei JIten" and Creating Structured Data
Lecturer, Onomichi City University Huminori KIMURA
11 浮世絵と絵本・絵入り本にみる近世画題研究
Independent Scholar Emi NAKAMURA
12 Development of Kabuki digital Museum(KOREAN)
Korea Universityグローバル日本研究院・HK研究教授  Yong WOO
C. Utilize Research Resources
No.Title / Affiliation / Nam
1 The Relationship Between Publication and Urban Culture on Kamigata and Edo in 18 Century
Assistant Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies Aki ISHIGAMI
2 Historical investigation of the picture of a kabuki actor
Adjunct Researcher, Waseda University Theatre Museum Hiroyuki KUWAHARA
3 Research on videogame metadata through development of RCGS-OPAC
Executive Director, Ritsumeikan Center for Game Studies  Masayuki UEMURA
4 Database of Kamigata-e: Osaka Prints Research Group
Independent Researcher  John FIORILLO
5 Basic Study on Planar Composition of Urban Ground
Lecturer, Unit of Design, Center for the Promotion of Interdisciplinary Education and Research, Kyoto University Yusuke KITA
6 A basic Study on Primary Sources related to Urashima Legend in the possession of Itoi Bunko Library in Maizuru City
Associate Professor, National Institute of Technology, Maizuru College  Eriko HATA
7 尾上松之助・絵葉書ブロマイド・大入り袋入り・40作品、354枚のデジタル化・画像公開
Representative, Matsunosuke Onoe's relics Preservation Society  Yoshitaka Matsuno
8 A Study on Kyoto-Haikai through the 18th and 19th Centuries Concerning Hanakuyo
Part-time Lecturer, Ritsumeikan University Chiyoko TAKEUCHI
9 Multi-Label Classification of Stencil Images in the Katagami Database
Professor, Computer Centre, Gakushuin University Tetsuji KUBOYAMA
10 絵入狂言本の総合カタログに関する総合的研究
Professor, Faculty of Foreign Studies, Meijo University Masami IWAI
11 The study of relationship between the Uematsu clan in Numazu city, Shizuoka and artists in Kyoto
Chief curator, Saga-Arashiyama Institute for Japanese Art Hideyuki OKADA

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