Born in Kure, Hiroshima, Japan
• B.A (Commerce) , Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan)
• M.A (Economics), Bombay University (Mumbai, India)
• Graduate School of Advanced Integration Science (Human Information Science), Chiba University (Chiba, Japan)
• Consultant (Economic and Financial Evaluation) in the Transportation and Telecommunication Project for Oversee Development Assistance by Japan
• Senior Researcher (Market Analysis and Survey) in the Telecommunication Market
• Senior Researcher (Market and Technology Survey) in the Automotive Market
Main areas of interest
• Traffic Psychology and Driver Behaviour
• Cognitive Sciences in Traffic Safety
• HMI in Driver Assistance System
• Member of ICTCT (International Co-operation on Theories and Concepts in Traffic Safety)
• Member, The Japanese Association of Traffic Psychology
• Member (Individual ) of ITS Japan
• Member, Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan. Inc.
• Member, The Japan Society of Information and Communication Research
• Danno, M. (2011). Detection of Dangerous Drivers using the Empathizing-Systemizing theory and the measurement of Driver’s Visual Attention Capabilities with Real-time UFOV Method, Proceedings of the 24th ICTCT Traffic Safety Workshop in Warszawa
• Danno, Kutila, M., Kortelainen, J. (2011). Measurement of Driver’s Visual Attention Using Real-time UFOV Method, International Journal of ITS Research, ITS Japan, Vo. 9, No. 3.
• Danno, M., Wakabayashi, A. (2010). Neuropsychological Approach to identify the Risky Driving Behaviors, IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 25 no. 5, PP 91-96.
• Detection of Driver’s Cognitive Distraction by Means of Using AdaBoost with physiological Signals (2009), Information Processing Society of Japan, vol. 50, No. 1, PP 171-180.
• Chan, C., Danno, M. (2008). Risk Assessment of Intersection Safety Countermeasures with the Use of Field Data, International Journal of ITS Research, Vol. 6, No.1, PP 37-45.
|October 27 – 28. 2011. Warsaw|
|Detection of Dangerous Drivers using the Empathizing‐ Systemizing theory and the measurement of Driver’s Visual Attention Capabilities with Real‐time UFOV Method||DANNO, Mikio|