FUJII Shinya

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Affiliation

Faculty of Environment and Information Studies (Shonan Fujisawa)

Position

Associate Professor

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  • Associate Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University. Completed the doctoral program at the Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University. Received Ph.D. in Human and Environmental Studies from Kyoto University. After completing the term as doctoral research fellow at the University of Tokyo, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, and Sunnybrook Research Institute, and serving as Project Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Education, University of Tokyo and Assistant Professor at Keio University, took up the present Associate Professor position from September 2019.

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  • When I was a student, I went to a jazz bar almost every day to play drums. I started my research because I wanted to know how expert musicians control their body movements. As I continue my research, I become more interested in how our musicality emerges through the course of development and evolution and how the brain processes rhythm and music. Fifteen years have passed since I started my research but I feel that the motor control research on musicians and the neuroscience of music are still in infancy. I am very excited to start my lab here at SFC and looking forward to enjoying ‘extremely’ unique research together with you.

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  • 2019.09
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    Present

    Keio University, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Associate Professor

  • 2016.09
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    2019.09

    Keio University, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Assistant Professor

  • 2015.09
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    2016.08

    The University of Tokyo, Department of Physical and Health Education, Graduate School of Education, Project Assistant Professor

  • 2013.11
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    2015.09

    University of Toronto, Sunnybrook Research Institute, Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery (CPSR), Postdoctoral Fellow

  • 2011.05
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    2013.10

    Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Postdoctoral Fellow

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Academic Background 【 Display / hide

  • 2007.04
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    2010.03

    Kyoto University, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, 共生人間学専攻 認知・行動科学講座

    JAPAN, Graduate School, Completed, Doctoral course

  • 2005.04
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    2007.03

    Kyoto University, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, 共生人間学専攻 認知・行動科学講座

    JAPAN, Graduate School, Completed, Master's course

  • 2001.04
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    2005.03

    Kyoto University, Faculty of Integrated Human Studies, 自然環境学科 環境適応論講座

    JAPAN, University, Graduated, Other

  • 2001.04
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    2003.03

    AN MUSIC SCHOOL KYOTO, Department of Percussion, Master Course

    JAPAN, Other, Completed

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  • Doctor (Human and Environmental Studies), Kyoto University, Coursework, 2010.03

    熟練ドラム奏者の最速リズム運動制御機構

  • Master (Human and Environmental Studies), Kyoto University, Coursework, 2007.03

 

Research Areas 【 Display / hide

  • Developmental mechanisms and the body works

  • Kansei informatics

  • Perceptual information processing

  • Cognitive science

  • Brain biometrics

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Research Keywords 【 Display / hide

  • Drums

  • Harvard Beat Assessment Test (HBAT)

  • Rhythm Perception and Production

  • World's Fastest Drummer

  • Bimanual Coordination

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  • 乳児の運動計測技術による発達理解とその未来

    新屋 裕太, 藤井 進也, 奥絢介, 渡辺はま, 多賀厳太郎, 中央法規出版, 2021.02

    Contact page: 95-126

  • ヒトの動き百話 ―スポーツの視点からリハビリテーションの視点まで―

    FUJII Shinya, Ichimura Publishing House, 2011.02

    Scope: 「変わらないために変わり続ける身体」pp. 36-37, 「ムチのようにしなる身体の動き」pp.46-47, 「世界最速ドラマーの筋活動」pp. 60-61, 「眼で聴く音楽」pp. 62-63,「身体の動きでリズムを感じる」pp. 66-67

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    「変わらないために変わり続ける身体」「ムチのようにしなる身体の動き」「世界最速ドラマーの筋活動」「眼で聴く音楽」「身体の動きでリズムを感じる」の5話を執筆した。

  • Studies in Perception and Action IX: Fourteenth International Conference on Perception and Action

    Kudo K, Fujii S, Ohtsuki T, & Oda S, Taylor & Francis Group, 2007.07

    Scope: Motor Automaticity as an Emergent Property of a Dynamical System, pp 28-31

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    音楽やドラム演奏において運動の自動化と演奏パフォーマンスの無意識化が生じるプロセスについて、ダイナミカルシステムの創発的特性の観点から概説した。

  • Movement Science: Practice

    FUJII Shinya, MARUZEN PUBLISHING, 2007.06

    Scope: Practice and Research of Drumming

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    第6章「ドラムの実践と研究」を分担執筆し、ドラムの実践経験を研究活動に結びつけるプロセス、ドラム奏者の手の機能的左右差に関する研究の概説、音楽家のリズム処理に関する神経科学研究の紹介や解説を行った。

  • Sports Encyclopedia

    FUJII Shinya, Maruzen, Co., 2007.01

    Scope: Rhythm and Sports

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    リズムの語源と定義、及びリズム感とスポーツの関連性について解説した。

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  • Frontostriatal Structural Connectivity and Striatal Glutamatergic Levels in Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenia: An Integrative Analysis of DTI and 1H-MRS

    Ochi R., Tarumi R., Noda Y., Tsugawa S., Plitman E., Wada M., Honda S., Matsushita K., Chakravarty M.M., Graff-Guerrero A., Fujii S., Matsui M., Uchida H., Mimura M, Nakajima S.

    Schizophrenia Bulletin Open (Oxford Academic)  1 ( 1 )  2020.10

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work, Accepted

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    Given that approximately one-third of patients with schizophrenia do not respond to antipsychotics, different neurobiological bases may underlie treatment resistance in schizophrenia. Previous studies showed that treatment response is associated with both frontostriatal connectivity and glutamatergic neurometabolite levels in the caudate in patients with schizophrenia, which leads to the hypothesis that the relationship between them may be altered, specifically in patients with treatment-resistant schizophrenia (TRS). Employing analyses of covariance and subsequent partial correlation analyses, we compared the relationship between glutamate+glutamine (Glx) levels in the caudate and fractional anisotropy (FA) values in the tract between the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and caudate in 19 patients with TRS, 20 patients responsive to first-line antipsychotics (FL-Resp), and 19 healthy controls (HCs). TRS was defined by severe positive symptomatology despite first-line antipsychotic treatment. Patients with TRS had lower FA values in the bilateral frontostriatal tracts than patients with FL-Resp and HCs (P < .001), while no group differences were found in caudate Glx levels. There was a significant frontostriatal FA value-by-group interaction on caudate Glx levels (F = 7.37, P = .009). Frontostriatal FA values positively correlated with caudate Glx levels in HCs (r = −.55, P = .028), while they were negatively associated with caudate Glx levels in the TRS group (r = .53, P = .043). Furthermore, in the FL-Resp group, frontostriatal FA values did not significantly correlated with caudate Glx levels. The altered relationship between white matter integrity and the glutamate system in the frontostriatal circuit in the TRS group may reflect the pathophysiology underlying treatment response/resistance in schizophrenia.

  • Perceptual vs. automated judgments of music copyright infringement

    Yuan Y., Oishi S., Cronin C., Müllensiefen D., Atkinson Q. D., Fujii S., Savage P. E.

    Proceedings of the 21st International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR 2020) (ISMIR)     23 - 29 2020.10

    Research paper (international conference proceedings), Joint Work, Accepted

  • Resting-state isolated effective connectivity of the cingulate cortex as a neurophysiological biomarker in patients with severe treatment-resistant schizophrenia

    Wada M., Nakajima S., Tarumi R., Masuda F., Miyazaki T., Tsugawa S., Ogyu K., Honda S., Matsushita K., Kikuchi Y., Fujii S., Blumberger D.M., Daskalakis Z.J., Mimura M., Noda Y.

    Journal of Personalized Medicine (Journal of Personalized Medicine)  10 ( 3 ) 1 - 12 2020.08

    Research paper (scientific journal), Accepted

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    Background: The neural basis of treatment-resistant schizophrenia (TRS) remains unclear. Previous neuroimaging studies suggest that aberrant connectivity between the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) and default mode network (DMN) may play a key role in the pathophysiology of TRS. Thus, we aimed to examine the connectivity between the ACC and posterior cingulate cortex (PCC), a hub of the DMN, computing isolated effective coherence (iCoh), which represents causal effective connectivity. Methods: Resting-state electroencephalogram with 19 channels was acquired from seventeen patients with TRS and thirty patients with non-TRS (nTRS). The iCoh values between the PCC and ACC were calculated using sLORETA software. We conducted four-way analyses of variance (ANOVAs) for iCoh values with group as a between-subject factor and frequency, directionality, and laterality as within-subject factors and post-hoc independent t-tests. Results: The ANOVA and post-hoc t-tests for the iCoh ratio of directionality from PCC to ACC showed significant findings in delta (t = 7.659, p = 0.008) and theta (t = 8.066, p = 0.007) bands in the left side (TRS < nTRS). Conclusion: Left delta and theta PCC and ACC iCoh ratio may represent a neurophysiological basis of TRS. Given the preliminary nature of this study, these results warrant further study to confirm the importance of iCoh as a clinical indicator for treatment-resistance. 45 45

  • Thalamic and striato-pallidal volumes in schizophrenia patients and individuals at risk for psychosis: A multi-atlas segmentation study

    Takahashi T., Tsugawa S., Nakajima S., Plitman E., Chakravarty M.M., Masuda F., Wada M., Kurose S., Ochi R., Matsushita K., Sasabayashi D., Nakamura M., Nishikawa Y., Takayanagi Y., Nishiyama S., Higuchi Y., Mizukami Y., Furuichi A., Kido M., Hashimoto R., Noguchi K., Fujii S., Mimura M., Noda Y., Suzuki M.

    Schizophrenia Research (Elsevier)   2020.05

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work, Accepted,  ISSN  09209964

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    Despite previous neuroimaging studies demonstrating morphological abnormalities of the thalamus and other subcortical structures in patients with schizophrenia, the potential role of the thalamus and its subdivisions in the pathophysiology of this illness remains elusive. It is also unclear whether similar changes of these structures occur in individuals at high risk for psychosis. In this study, magnetic resonance imaging was employed with the Multiple Automatically Generated Templates (MAGeT) brain segmentation algorithm to determine volumes of the thalamic subdivisions, the striatum (caudate, putamen, and nucleus accumbens), and the globus pallidus in 62 patients with schizophrenia, 38 individuals with an at-risk mental state (ARMS) [4 of whom (10.5%) subsequently developed schizophrenia], and 61 healthy subjects. Cognitive function of the patients was assessed by using the Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia (BACS) and the Schizophrenia Cognition Rating Scale (SCoRS). Thalamic volume (particularly the medial dorsal and ventral lateral nuclei) was smaller in the schizophrenia group than the ARMS and control groups, while there were no differences for the striatum and globus pallidus. In the schizophrenia group, the reduction of thalamic ventral lateral nucleus volume was significantly associated with lower BACS score. The pallidal volume was positively correlated with the dose of antipsychotic treatment in the schizophrenia group. These results suggest that patients with schizophrenia, but not those with ARMS, exhibit volume reduction in specific thalamic subdivisions, which may underlie core clinical features of this illness.

  • Proximal Binaural Sound Can Induce Subjective Frisson

    Honda S, Ishikawa Y, Konno R, Imai E, Nomiyama N, Sakurada K, Koumura T, Kondo HM, Furukawa S, Fujii S, Nakatani M

    Frontiers in Psychology (Frotiers)  11 ( 316 ) 1 - 11 2020.03

    Research paper (scientific journal), Joint Work, Accepted

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    Auditory frisson is the experience of feeling of cold or shivering related to sound in the absence of a physical cold stimulus. Multiple examples of frisson-inducing sounds have been reported, but the mechanism of auditory frisson remains elusive. Typical frisson-inducing sounds may contain a looming effect, in which a sound appears to approach the listener’s peripersonal space. Previous studies on sound in peripersonal space have provided objective measurements of sound-inducing effects, but few have
    investigated the subjective experience of frisson-inducing sounds. Here we explored whether it is possible to produce subjective feelings of frisson by moving a noise sound (white noise, rolling beads noise, or frictional noise produced by rubbing a plastic bag) stimulus around a listener’s head. Our results demonstrated that sound-induced frisson can be experienced stronger when auditory stimuli are rotated around the head (binaural moving sounds) than the one without the rotation (monaural static sounds), regardless of the source of the noise sound. Pearson’s correlation analysis showed that several acoustic features of auditory stimuli, such as variance of interaural level difference (ILD), loudness, and sharpness, were correlated with the magnitude of subjective frisson. We had also observed that the subjective feelings of frisson by moving a musical sound had increased comparing with a static musical sound.

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  • 精神疾患と音楽機能の関連性:精神医学分野における音楽神経科学の発展可能性

    本多 栞, 野田 賀大, 中島 振一郎, 藤井 進也

    KEIO SFC JOURNAL (慶應SFC学会)  20 ( 2 ) 70 - 82 2021.03

    Introduction and explanation (scientific journal), Joint Work

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    精神疾患を罹患することにより、音楽のメロディーやリズム、和声などを知覚・生成する脳の音楽機能は、どのように変化するのだろうか。本稿では、サヴァン症候群・前頭側頭型認知症の精神疾患を罹患して音楽機能が亢進する事例、及び、うつ病・統合失調症を罹患して音楽機能が低下する事例を取り上げ、精神疾患の病態と音楽機能の関係性について概説する。さらに、現状における研究の限界と課題を指摘し、精神疾患患者に対する科学的エビデンスに基づいた音楽療法分野の開拓に向け、精神医学分野における音楽神経科学研究の発展可能性について述べる。

  • 巻頭言:音楽と科学

    藤井 進也

    KEIO SFC JOURNAL (慶應SFC学会)  20 ( 2 ) 6 - 7 2021.03

    Introduction and explanation (scientific journal), Joint Work

  • コロナ時代の音楽の実学

    村井 純, 真鍋 大度, 藤井 進也(司会進行)

    KEIO SFC JOURNAL (慶應SFC学会)  20 ( 2 ) 8 - 20 2021.03

    Introduction and explanation (scientific journal), Joint Work

  • 歌の科学

    北山 陽一, パトリック サベジ, 藤井 進也

    KEIO SFC JOURNAL (慶應SFC学会)  20 ( 2 ) 22 - 33 2021.03

    Introduction and explanation (scientific journal), Joint Work

  • Urban Composition -都市の現象を応用することによる音楽・サウンドアート表現の探求

    田中 堅大, 藤井 進也

    KEIO SFC JOURNAL (慶應SFC学会)  20 ( 2 ) 108 - 129 2021.03

    Introduction and explanation (scientific journal), Joint Work

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    本稿では、未知なる次の音楽を創造することを究極の目的に、都市の現象を音楽・サウンドアート作品へと応用する「都市作曲(Urban Composition)」の可能性を探求する。20世紀以降の都市におけるサウンドアートの歴史的文脈を概説し、都市と音楽の邂逅領域を明らかにする。また、筆者らが行ってきた都市作曲の実践を紹介し、都市空間と音楽の相互関係について考察する。最後に、実空間と情報空間が分かち難く結びつくことで「未知なる音楽(x-Music)」が創造される可能性を推論し、都市作曲の未来について展望する。

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  • Motion Analysis of Finger-bowing Skill in Violin Playing with A High Speed Camera: A Case Study

    Fukatsu H., Honda K, Ishizuka T., Ohgi Y., Fujii S.

    ICMPC16-ESCOM11: The 16th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition / The 11th Triennial Conference of ESCOM, 2021.07, Poster (general)

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    Background
    The finger-bowing (also termed as the Detache in French or Yubi-Yumi in Japanese) is a skill used in violin playing to maintain a smooth sound before and after the moment of direction change of a bow. The skill is practiced on a daily basis among violinists as Simon Fischer, a violinist and a pedagogue, described the way of practice in his textbook (Fischer, 2004). Acquiring the skill is fundamental for expert violin performance, yet no kinematic study has been conducted to clarify how a player coordinates the motions of bow and violin body to realize the smooth sound.
    Aims
    The aim of this case study was to clarify the fine motion of a violin body and a string in relation to the bow motion during the finger-bowing skill using a high speed camera.
    Methods
    A violinist, who graduated from Toho Gakuen School of Music and awarded multiple competitions, played a G3 (196.9 Hz) tone with the finger-bowing skill while maintaining the sound as smooth as possible. The movements during the performance were recorded using a high speed camera (FASTCAM Mini AX, Photron). The shutter speed of the camera was 1/25000 sec and the data were recorded at 10,000 Hz. The motion of the violin body, a string, and a bow were tracked using the DeepLabCut software (Mathis et al., 2018; Nath et al., 2019). The motion of the violin body and bow was smoothed by a 2nd-order Butterworth low-pass filter with a cut-off frequency of 10 Hz to analyze the directional change. The string motion was smoothed by a 2nd-order Butterworth high-pass filter with a cut-off frequency of 20 Hz to analyze the vibration. We first detected the moment at which the direction of a bow was changed. We then analyzed the violin body and string motion before and after the moment of bow change.
    Results
    As for the violin body motion, we found that the body changed the direction about 55 msec before the bow changed the direction. As for the string vibration, the amplitude was kept small at around the bow directional change. It was noteworthy that the amplitude of the string vibration increased about 80 msec before the bow changed the direction.
    Conclusion and Implications
    Our results indicate that the player accomplishes the smooth violin sound by changing the direction of the violin body as well as increasing the amplitude of string just before the directional change of a bow. As far as we know, this is the first case study that captured the fine motion coordination of bow, violin body, and string with a high speed camera during the finger bowing skill. Our finding may be useful for developing objective training methods for violin learners.

  • Human and automated judgements of musical similarity in a global sample

    Daikoku H., Shenghao D., Benetos E., Wood A. L. C., Fujii S., Savage P. E.

    ICMPC16-ESCOM11: The 16th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition / The 11th Triennial Conference of ESCOM, 2021.07, Poster (general)

  • Reliability of automated and human transcriptions of non-Western music

    Ozaki Y., McBride J., Benetos E., Pfordresher P., Six J., Tierney A. T., Fujii S., Savage P. E.

    ICMPC16-ESCOM11: The 16th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition / The 11th Triennial Conference of ESCOM, 2021.07, Poster (general)

  • Are pitches discrete? An information-theoretic framework and a corpus study

    McBride J. M., Tierney A. T., Pfordresher P., Six J., Fujii S., Savage P. E.

    ICMPC16-ESCOM11: The 16th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition / The 11th Triennial Conference of ESCOM, 2021.07, Poster (general)

  • Perceptual vs. automated judgements of music copyright infringement

    Yuchen Y., Cronin C., Müllensiefen D., Fujii S., Savage P. E.

    ICMPC16-ESCOM11: The 16th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition / The 11th Triennial Conference of ESCOM, 2021.07, Poster (general)

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    Inappropriate music copyright lawsuits inhibit music creativity and waste millions of taxpayer dollars annually, but there are few objective guidelines for applying copyright law in claims involving musical works. Recent research has proposed objective algorithms to automatically calculate musical similarity, but there remains almost no relevant perceptual data.
    Aims
    Our study aims at supporting the legal system to make decisions on music copyright lawsuits more efficiently and accurately. Current proposed automated algorithms for music similarity reduce subjectivity in music copyright decisions but have not been tested against perceptual data. Thus, we collected both perceptual and automated data to help determine objective standards for how much copying is required to be considered as substantial similarity.
    Methods
    In previous study (Yuan et al., 2020), we chose 17 adjudicated copyright cases whose main copyright issue focused on substantial similarity of melodies. To improve it, we expanded our database to include a larger and more diverse sample of 46 cases from the Music Copyright Infringement Resource (Cronin, 2020), including cases focused on similarity in timbre, lyrics, etc. as well as melodic similarity. We will conduct a perceptual experiment to collect 20 participants' perceptual judgements on music similarity of the 46 copyright cases and compare the results with the similarity levels calculated by 2 automated algorithms which were designed to calculate melodic and audio similarity, respectively. We will apply Percent Melodic Identity method which was developed to quantify melodic evolution based on automatic sequence alignment algorithms to measure melodic similarity (Savage et al., 2015). We plan to test CQTNet model, which used Convolutional Neural Network architecture for audio cover song identification (Yu et al., 2020), for its ability to evaluate audio similarity and music copyright infringement.
    Results
    Our previous application found the 20 participants’ judgement of infringement matched the official decisions in between 49-58% of the 17 selected cases in all three conditions (given full-audio, melody-only, or lyrics-only versions). Both automated algorithms designed for melodic and audio similarity respectively were able to match past decisions with identical accuracy of 71% (12/17 cases). The updated study with larger sample of 46 cases which were selected with strictly-designed criteria would probably reduce the failures in automatic analysis caused by non-musical aspects. We also expect the newly-introduced CQTNet model could show better performance in music similarity.
    References
    Cronin, C. (2020). Music Copyright Infringement Resource, http://mcir.usc.edu.
    Savage, P. E., & Atkinson, Q. D. (2015). Automatic tune family identification by musical sequence alignment. ISMIR. Yu, Z., Xu, X., Chen, X., & Yang, D. (2020). Learning a Representation for Cover Song Identification Using Convolutional Neural Network. ICASSP.
    Yuan, Y., Oishi, S., Cronin, C., Müllensiefen, D., Atkinson, Q. D., Fujii, S., & Savage, P. E. (2020). Perceptual vs. automated judgements of music copyright infringement. ISMIR.

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  • Synchronization of Mind Dynamics between Musician and Audiences in Live Music Performance

    2021.07
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    2024.03

    MEXT,JSPS, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, 藤井 進也, Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Research (Exploratory), Principal Investigator

  • 音楽感動共創による人類社会の持続と幸福の実現及び地球文化普遍性の宇宙響鳴に関する調査研究

    2021.01
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    2021.07

    国立研究開発法人科学技術振興機構, ムーンショット型研究開発事業:新たな目標検討のためのビジョン策定(ミレニア・プログラム)

  • The Brain of Musicians: A Cross Sectional Functional Neuroimaging Study with MRS, TMS and EEG

    2020.04
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    2023.03

    MEXT,JSPS, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, 藤井 進也, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Principal Investigator

  • 小田急沿線都市データの可聴化による音風景の創作

    2019.11
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    2021.03

    小田急電鉄株式会社, 藤井 進也, 田中 堅大, Joint research, Principal Investigator

  • 歩容データの可視化・可聴化に基づく認知・行動変容の研究

    2019.11
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    2021.03

    株式会社 no new folk studio, 藤井 進也, Joint research, Principal Investigator

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Works 【 Display / hide

  • Drum Session with Odakyu Railway

    Shinya Fujii / x-Music Lab / Keio University SFC

    2021.03
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    Artistic Activity, Joint

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    Drum Session with Odakyu Railway, Keio SFC Shinya Fujii / x-Music Lab.
    Drums / Supervisor: Dr. Shinya Fujii
    Project Lead: Kenta Tanaka
    System / Visual Programming: Ryo Yumoto
    Programming: Santa Naruse
    Composition / Sound Programming: Reo Anzai
    Technical Support: Miku Fujimoto
    Project Support: Hazuki Ota / Ryo Simon
    Film Direction / Cinematography: Kazuki Takahashi
    Film Edit: Yuma Matsuoka

  • <ORF実行委員会特別企画>The x-Music Live ORF 2019

    藤井 進也, 徳井 直生, 魚住 勇太, 青木 聖也, 脇田 玲

    東京ミッドタウン, 

    2019.11

    Artistic Activity, Joint

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    藤井進也のDrumming、脇田玲のVisual Art、徳井直生のDJ、魚住勇太のSound Art、青木聖也のLaserがクロスオーバーした、未知なる次の音楽 x-Music" Live Performanceを披露(Support: 中嶋亮介、野原恵祐 from "x-Groove"、松橋百葉、天野真、安斎励應、西門亮)。

  • KEIO SFC ORF 2019 展示「NeuroMusicLab」

    藤井進也研究会

    東京ミッドタウン, 

    2019.11

    Other, Joint

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    人類にとって音楽とは一体何でしょうか。私たちが普段何気なく聴き、演奏し、楽しむ音楽は、実はヒトの文化・進化・発達の起源や、社会性や創造性、知覚、認知、運動、記憶、情動、学習といったヒトの脳機能を理解する上で、極めて重要な研究対象です。本展示では、藤井進也研究会(音楽神経科学ラボ・NeuroMusicLab / エクス・ミュージックラボ・x-MusicLab)が、現在行なっている「音楽と脳のサイエンス / 未知なる次の音楽」について紹介。

  • x-Music Exhibition vol.0 @ KATA

    x-Music Laboratory

    KATA(東京都渋谷区東3-16-6 LIQUIDROOM 2F), 

    2019.08

    Artistic Activity, Joint

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    慶應義塾大学 x-Music Lab からの作品を紹介。サウンドインスタレーションもしくはライブパフォーマンスの形態を踏襲し、未だ嘗て聴いたことのない音楽の在り方を社会へと問いかける構成。

  • Brain Orchestra

    Ryo Yumoto, Kenta Tanaka, Reo Anzai, Makoto Amano, Shoya Maruyama

    CCRMA, Stanford University, USA, 

    2019.03

    Artistic Activity

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Awards 【 Display / hide

  • 特に優れた業績による大学院第一種奨学金全額返還免除

    2007

    Type of Award: Other Awards

  • アン・ミュージックスクール京都校ドラムス科 マスターコース 特待生認定修了(授業料免除)

    2003.03

    Type of Award: Other Awards

Other 【 Display / hide

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    日本学生支援機構 特に優れた業績による大学院第一種奨学金全額返還免除

 

Courses Taught 【 Display / hide

  • ACADEMIC PROJECT

    2021

  • SEMINAR B

    2021

  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2 TO 5

    2021

  • MUSIC AND THE BRAIN

    2021

  • MASTER SEMINAR

    2021

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Courses Previously Taught 【 Display / hide

  • 音楽と脳

    Keio University, 2018, Spring Semester, Within own faculty

  • データドリブンアート

    Keio University, 2018, Autumn Semester, Lecturer outside of Keio

  • 特別研究プロジェクトA

    Keio University, 2018, Autumn Semester, Within own faculty

  • 卒業プロジェクト2

    Keio University, 2018, Autumn Semester, Within own faculty

  • 卒業プロジェクト1

    Keio University, 2018, Autumn Semester, Within own faculty

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Educational Activities and Special Notes 【 Display / hide

  • 「環境情報学」ゲスト講義

    2020.05

    , Lecture at Education Method and Practice

  • GIGAフレッシュマンセッション

    2019.09

    , Special Affairs

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    慶應義塾大学湘南藤沢キャンパスの新入GIGA生のファシリテーターを担当。新入生各人がSFCで取り組みたいことをグループ内で順に発表し、その発表についてコメントやアドバイスをおこなった。

  • さだまさし慶應義塾大学特別招聘教授特別授業「うたをつくる」開催

    2019.08

    , Special Affairs

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    さだまさし特別招聘教授、北山陽一特別招聘講師、村井純教授、サベジパトリック特任准教授、徳井直生准教授と共同で、特別授業「うたをつくる」を開講した。

  • Musician and Scientist

    2019.05

    , Lecture at Education Method and Practice

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    脇田 玲 教授の「芸術と科学」の授業にて、「音楽家と科学者」と題し、音楽家と科学者の表現者としての共通点・接点について特別講演をおこなった。

  • 「環境情報学」Special Live Performance: Audio-Visual Live Drumming

    2019.04

    , Device of Educational Contents

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    2019年4月11日に開催した「環境情報学」の第一回授業(慶應義塾大学湘南藤沢キャンパスθ館開催)にて、ドラムの生ライブ演奏とメディアアートを融合した Audio-Visual Live Drumming Performance を披露した。

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Social Activities 【 Display / hide

  • Creative Cooking Battle Youth 審査員

    Creative Cooking Battle, Creative Cooking Battle Youth (Cookpad 本社)

    2019.06

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    Cookpad 本社にて開催されたクリエイティブクッキングバトル Youth 関東予選6の審査員を務めた。

  • ファブ3Dコンテスト2018 カテゴリー3「FAB甲子園:Sounds FABulous!」審査委員長

    2018.07
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    2018.11

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    ファブ3Dコンテスト2018 カテゴリー3「FAB甲子園:Sounds FABulous!」審査委員長を務め、応募作品の審査と表彰を行った。

  • ファブ3Dコンテスト2017 カテゴリー3「FAB甲子園」審査委員長

    2017.07
    -
    2017.11

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    ファブ3Dコンテスト2017 カテゴリー3「FAB甲子園」の審査委員長を務め、応募作品の審査と表彰を行った。

  • External Reviewer, Evaluation Committee of French National Research Agency (ANR)

    2015

Memberships in Academic Societies 【 Display / hide

  • Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC), 

    2013.08
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    Present
  • Society for Neuroscience (SfN), 

    2010.04
    -
    2010.12
  • Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), 

    2011.06
    -
    2013.03
  • Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), 

    2014.10
    -
    2015.10
  • Japan Society of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences, 

    2005.04
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    Present

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Committee Experiences 【 Display / hide

  • 2016
    -
    2018

    Editorial Board (Consulting Editor), Musicae Scientiae

  • 2012.06
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    Present

    Editorial Board (Review Editor), Frontiers in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience