Hideyuki Tokuda is President of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) and a visiting professor of Keio University, Japan. He obtained his B.S. (1975), M.S. (1977) from Keio University and Ph.D. (Computer Science) (1983) from University of Waterloo, Canada, respectively
After he completed Ph.D. in 1983, he joined School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University and worked on distributed real-time operating systems such as Real-Time Mach, the ARTS Kernel.
In 1990, he came back to Keio University. His research and teaching interests include Ubiquitous Computing Systems, OS, Sensor Networks, IoT/IoE, Cyber-Physical Systems and Smart Cities. He was a Professor of the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies and Executive Vice President of Keio. He was also an advisor to NISC (National center of Incident readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity. Because of his research contribution, he was awarded Motorola Foundation Award, IBM Faculty Award, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Award, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication Award, IPSJ Achievement Award, Fukuzawa Award of Keio, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport, Science and Technology Award, in Japan.
He is a member of Science Council of Japan, IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan) Fellow, JSSST Fellow, a chairman of Smart IoT Acceleration Forum and a President of Connected Consumer Device Security Council and a member of ACM, IEEE IEICE and JSSST.