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2017-2018 HBF Grant Cycle Recipients Announced

[ Technological Development ]
Grants for technological research and development relating to broadcasting technology.

Project NameApplicant
Research and development of gelators for the application to  broadcasting devices and materials Hiroaki Okamoto
Associate professor, Yamaguchi University
Control of magnetic Kerr effect by electric field for the spatial light modulator of three-dimensional vision system Satoru Yoshimura
Associate Professor, Akita University
Rain attenuation mitigation technologies for 21GHz satellite broadcasting in ITU Region3 Hajime Fukuchi
Councilor, General Foundation, Radio Engineering and Electronics Association
Communication System for Head-Mounted Display Using 920 MHz and 2.45 GHz Band Dairoku Muramatsu
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science
Development of Digital Self-Interference Cancellation Yuichi Miyaji
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology
Development of speech recognition / speech synthesis type hearing aid based on synthesized speech with emphasis processing Hiroshi Ono
Researcher , Fukuoka University
New Perspective of development for 22.2ch Suguru Goto
Associated Professor, Tokyo University of the Arts
Study on video coding for broadcasting and storage of UHDTV Yoshiaki Shishikui
Professor, Meiji University
Study on TV Viewing Condition at Home Nobuyuki Yagi
Professor, Tokyo City University
A Periodicity-Based Distributed Management Method for Temporal-Spatial Recorded Data Tomoya Kawakami
Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Graduate School of Information Science, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Effects of display type on user's cognitive, psychological and physiological state during video contents viewing Junko Ichino
Professor, Tokyo City University

[ Human Studies and Culture ]
Grants for human and social scientific research studies and cultural projects relating to broadcasting.

Project NameApplicant
What is the effective voice of the newscaster in the breaking news program when the Major Tsunami Warning is issued? Shingo Fukumoto
Department of Radio & TV Announcer, Mainichi Broadcasting System,Inc. 
Research on Legal Problems in the Internet Simultaneous Transmission of the Broadcasting Haruo Kodama
Professor, The Open University of Japan, Faculty of Liberal Arts
Strategy for Protection of TV Format in South Korea Eri Murakami
Associate Professor, Osaka University
Study of influence of the diffusion of OTTV on the information flow Yoko Nishioka
Professor, Komazawa University
Measurement of advertisement effect and users resistance in media market Manabu Shishikura
Professor, Faculty of Economics, Nagasaki University
A study on tourism development based on media and contents resources in Japan Young Choi
Associate Professor, Shizuoka Eiwa Gakuin University Dept. Humanities and Social Sciences
Learning Through Images: researching female representation and lifestyle in NHK's morning serial dramas Kyoko Inagaki
Professor, Graduate School of Eduction, Kyoto University
Role of Positive News in Altruistic Behaviors Masahiro Yamamoto
Assistant Professor, University at Albany, State University of New York
Study on the basis of the reliability of "TV"  in the age of Internet distribution of TV programs Hisanori Watanabe
Professor, Sophia University  / Department of Journalism
International Comparative Study on Internet Use and Social Segregation Tadamasa Kimura
Professor, Rikkyo University
An analysis of development mechanism of "Internet Flaming" mediated by TV broadcast Takayuki Fujimoto
Professor, Toyo University
"Gogaku" and Broadcasting -- Popularization process of language learning and evolution of radio French classes Kenichi Kuradate
Ph.D. student, Kyoto University Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies
The Occurrence of Dubbing culture in the Educational Television Parallel Period : Conflict with the Subtitle culture in the Foreign Film Program Koichi Kinoshita
Doctor's Course (Latter period), Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University
The establishment and transformation of "KAMIGATA" broadcasting culture: Focusing on the network of people and programs Tomomi Maruyama
PhD Candidate, Graduate School of Sociology, Hosei University
 Design of Alternative Media: A Case Study of the Workshop Movement in the UK Kiyoko Toriumi
Project Assistant Professor, Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, The University of Tokyo
 A Comparison of Citizen Participation in Unlicensed, Community Radio Stations and Their Role in Nurturing Civic Virtues and an Open Public Sphere in Japan, Taiwan and England  Takashi Wada
Graduate School of Human Sciences Osaka University
The Examination of the Relationship Between an Independent Media Broadcaster and it's Viewership Jun Tsukada
Assistant Professor, Ibaraki University
A study on public viewings for 2018 FIFA World Cup Shoko Tateishi
Senior Researcher, Ritsumeikan University
An Anthropological Study of Ethnic Inclusion/Exclusion on The Media in Khon Muang Society in Northern Thailand Shunsuke Saito
Ph.D., Tokyo Metropolitan University, Graduate School of Humanities, Department of Social Anthropology
Actual situation study of the Extraordinary Disaster FM Station during disaster recovery and reconstruction period. Nariyuki Ohuchi
Niigata University Graduate School of Modern Society and Culture
The effects of the educational television programs on early childhood music education:  A case study of NHK's preschool series "The Time for Kindergarten and Nursery School" Hideko Haguchi
Associate professor, Shizuoka Sangyo University
Development of a lesson model in elementary school home economics based on Active Learning using NHK for School "KATEIKA" Tomoko Nagata
Professor, Hyogo University of Teacher Education
Digital Archive of NNN Document for Research and Education Yoshiyuki Niwa
Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo
Construction of a system focusing on the future for the  broadcast script archivie and developing research on its education and social utilization Syunsaku Ikehata
Representative Director, The Consortium for the Promotion of Broadcast Script Archives in Japan
Video Recording of Broadcast Creators' Messages Norio Kumabe
Director, Broadcast Creators Association of Japan
Preservation and inheritance of municipal news movies as a historical record material during the period of high economic growth Yoshikatsu Haruki
Professor, Ferris University Global and Inter-cultural Studies
The experience-based activities about broadcasting for students Akira Matsudate
Broadcast programming center of Japan
Screening masterpiece of TV dramas and holding symposium Takayuki Sugano
Shinichi Ichikawa Best Scenario Award Foundation
Tokyo Docs 2018 Yukihiko Amagi
Chairperson, Tokyo TV Forum(NPO)
ABU Kids Project Tatsuhiro Beniko
Director, ABU Programme Department
Survey and  Analysis of Former Success and Current Decline of Japanese Television Programs in Europe: Phase 2. Pellitteri Marco
Foreign Research Fellow, Kobe University
Capacity Assessment of Community Radios for Disaster Campaign in Bangladesh Ullah Mohammad
Professor, University of Chittagong
Radio Drama for Combating Religious Militancy Mourtoza Golam
Director, Centre for Communication and Development (CCD Bangladesh)
New Approaches to Gender Issues through Broadcasting Chang Jin
Director, Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD)