NISHIYAMA Michiko(Lecturer)


Specialized field Applied optics/quantum optical engineering
Measurement engineering
Classes Seminar 2
Physics B (Basic Electromagnetics)
Thesis Study 1
Thesis Study 2
Project Studies A
Project Studies B
Laboratory Fundamentals in Science
Physics Laboratory
Advanced Course of Information Systems
Advanced Study of Information Systems
Independent Study III
Independent Study IV
Research theme Hetero-core fiber optic sensor for chemical and biomedical applications

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Information Systems Science of Graduate school of engineering

  • Disciplinary 2000 B.S of Physics from Ochanomizu University
    2000-2003 Engaging to designing of optical lens system at Nikon.Inc
    2003 M.E of Information Systems Science from Soka University
    2008 Ph.D of Engineering from Soka University
    2008-2011 Assistant professor at Soka university
    2011-2014 Postdoctoral researcher at Japan aerospace exploration agency(JAXA)
    2014- Lecturer at Soka university
    Research Theme 1. Smart structure to embed optic fiber nerve sensors.
    2. Fiber optics hydrogen sensor
    3. Multipoint measurement of fiber optic sensors based on optical intensity
    4. Unconstraint biomedical monitoring to human activity using fiber optic sensor
    Publications 1)Michiko Nishiyama, Hiroyuki Sasaki and Kazuhiro Watanabe.
    A deformation sensitive pad-structure embedded with hetero-core optic fiber sensors.
    Sensors and Actuators A Physical, Vol.136, No.1 : pp.205-211. 2007.

    2)Michiko Nishiyama, Hiroyuki Sasaki and Kazuhiro Watanabe:
    Performance characteristics of wearable embedded hetero-core fiber sensors for unconstrained motion analyses,
    Transaction of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, Vol.43, No.12: pp.1075-1081, 2007.1.

    3)Michiko Nishiyama, Hiroyuki Sasaki and Kazuhiro Watanabe:
    Optical intensity-based measurement of multipoint hetero-core fiber sensors by the method of
    time-differentiation in optical loss,
    IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol.8, No.7: pp.1055-1060, 2008.7.

    Wearable sensing glove with embedded hetero-core fiber-optic nerves for unconstrained hand motion capture.
    IEEE Transaction on Instrumentation and Measurement. Vol. 58, No. 12, pp.3995-4000, 2009.12.

    5) M. Nishiyama, H. Sasaki, S. Nose, K. Takami and K. Watanabe.
    Smart pressure sensing mats with embedded hetero-core fiber optic nerve sensors.
    Materials and Manufacturing Processes. ol. 25, No.4, pp. 264-267, 2010.4.

    6) M.Nishyama, M.Miyamoto and K.Watanabe.
    Respiration and body movement analysis during sleep in bed using hetero-core fiber optic pressure sensors without constraint to human activity.
    Journal of Biomedical Optics, Vol. 16(1), 017002-1-7, Jan.2011.

    7) Yusuke Arai, Michiko Nishiyama and Kazuhiro Watanabe
    Real-time measurement of multipoint hetero-core fiber optic binary sensors based on optical pulse loss change
    Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, Vol.172(2), December 2011, pp.359-364.

    8) Yuya Koyama, Michiko Nishiyama, and Kazuhiro Watanabe
    A motion monitor using hetero-core optical fiber sensors sewed in sportswear to trace trunk motion
    IEEE Transaction on Instrumentation and Measurement. Vol.62, Issue 4, pp.828-836, 2013.4.

    9)Ai Hosoki, Michiko Nishiyama, Hirotaka Igawa, Atsushi Seki, Yongwoon Choi, Kazuhiro Watanabe,
    A surface plasmon resonance hydrogen sensor using Au/Ta2O5/Pd multi-layers on hetero-core optical fiber structures, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 185, August 2013, Pages 53-58,

    10)Michiko Nishiyama and Kazuhiro Watanabe
    Frequency characteristics of hetero-core fiber optics sensor for mechanical vibration
    Sensors and Actuators: A Physical, vol. 209, 1 March 2014, pp.154-160.