C.V of professor Ogibayashi
Birth：January 16, 1947
Current position: Professor
Faculty of Social Systems Science, Department of Management Information Science
School of Social Systems Science
Chiba Institute of Technology
Career summary of Professor Shigeaki Ogibayashi
He graduated department of physics Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, in 1969, and finished master degree majoring in physics in 1971.
In 1971, he started his career working in the R & D department of Nippon Steel Corporation as a research engineer in the field of metallurgy in steelmaking and solidification. He typically devoted to the development of quality-related technologies in continuous casting of steel slabs and blooms and contributed to increasing the continuous-casting ratio in most of the steelworks in Japan from 5% in 1971 to 100%.
He received his doctorate in engineering from Tokyo University in 1992 for his piles of work on the formation mechanism of centerline segregation of continuous casting and the invention and development of soft reduction technology to overcome the problem.
In 1997, He retired Nippon Steel and started his new career at Chiba Institute of Technology as a professor in the department of management information science. In the first several years since starting activities in Chiba Institute of Technology, he was mainly engaged in administration field, organizing a new faculty of social systems science, a new course of graduate school, etc. Since then, he started to focus on research activities in the field of modeling and simulation, especially in the agent-based modeling (ABM) of social systems. He is currently working on ABM of macroeconomic systems with the special interests on the condition for the validity of ABM and the effect of public policies of the government on the nation’s gross domestic product.(GDP).
1995-1969 Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Tohoku University, Japan
1969-1971 Master Course of School of Science Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan,
majoring in Physics, specifically solid state physics in ultra-low temperature
February 1992 Get Ph.D. at School of Metallurgy, Tokyo University,
The Doctoral thesis:
“Study on the improvement of centerline segregation using soft reduction in continuous casting.”
・Researcher in the field of metallurgy at Nippon Steel Cooperation,
being engaged in research and development in steelmaking and
solidification processes and management in R & D.
Professor at Chiba Institute of Technology
・Administrative job and education in undergraduate and graduate schools
Operations Research, C programming, UML, MOT, Decision-making, Management of non-profit organizations
Part-time Lecturer at School of Engineering Tokyo Institute of Technology
Scientific decision-making, introduction to economics, introduction to agent-based modeling, introduction to the management of technology.
Part-time Lecturer at School of business Chuo University
1) Agent-based modeling and simulation of macroeconomic and social systems, including financial systems and the effect of public policies on the macro economy.
2) Other social simulations:
the computational organization, organizational learning,
traffic systems, artificial intelligence
3) Computer Simulation for metallurgical phenomena
Equilibrium analysis of multi-component systems.
Finite-difference calculation of heat and mass transfer in continuous casting
4) Decision making
5) Others: R & D management of technology, systems analysis, information systems, genetic algorithm, game theory, gaming simulation, computer programming, object-oriented programming,
metallurgical engineering, process engineering
Affiliated academic societies
1. The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan(ISIJ)
2. The Japan Institute of Metals
3. The Japan Society for Management Information
4. Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics
5. Japan Industrial Management Association
6. The Operations Research Society of Japan
7. Japan NPO Research Association
8. Japan Association of Simulation & Gaming
9. The Japan Association for Social and Economic Systems Studies
10. Japan Association for Management Systems