Keisuke Kamimura
Keisuke Kamimura
Keisuke
Kamimura
Executive Research Fellow / Associate Professor Manager for Research
Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM)
Japan
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GLOCOM project leader, Country Domain Name Governance
project, 2007-ongoing. The overall goal of the project is a study of ccTLD
Governance with a focus on good governance in operation and organizational
structures and vulnerability. The project is sponsored by the Japan Science and
Technology Agency (JST), Research Institute of Science and Technology for
Society (RISTEX).


Research lead for the Japan section in Privacy and
Trust in Electronic Communications for the European Commission for the European
Commission (Subcontractor to WIK-Consut Gmbh, Germany) (2007)


Study on the digital divide and Internet governance in
the post-WSIS age. (2006)
Work conducted for the Institute for International Socio-Economic Studies
(Japan).The study included analysis of the discourse on linguistic diversity in
the first meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) and policy
implications of search engines in terms of fairness and transparancy.


Research on telecommunications policy and broadband take-up in
Australia (2002, 2004, 2006)
Contributed
to joint analysis on Australia's national strategy on telecommunications market
and broadband Internet. Made a research visit to Australia and interviewed with
key persons in telecommunications industry and the government.


Research
on network and information security (2005-2006)
Research
on the allocation of budget for network and information security by the United
States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Korea and the European Union for the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (Subcontractor to
the Institute for HyperNet Society, Oita, Japan)


Consulting
on the Tokyo Ubiquitous Network Conference. (2005)
Work
commissioned by Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, to
coordinate a fellowship program for individuals representing civil society
entities to participate in the
Tokyo Ubiquitous Network Conference, hosted by the Ministry, and to organise
one of the sessions in the Conference.


Survey and analysis on the recent changes in spectrum
policy (2003-2004)
Follow
up on the recent policy changes in radio spectrum policy in the United States
and Japan.


Ex
post evaluation surveys of ICT related projects (2002-2003)
Ex
post evaluation of ICT related projects in China and Indonesia according to the
DAC framework. (Commissioned by Japan Bank for International Cooperation)

Deputy organiser for "Digital Opportunity
Forum", Tokyo 2001
Acted as deputy organiser for "Digital Opportunity Forum: Asian Diversity
and the Role of Japan" which was held on the 5th and 6th of November, 2001
(http://www.glocom.ac.jp/dotforce/ dof.html), and aimed at discussing what
Japan can do to support and contribute to developing countries. Also
contributed to the follow up "Digital Divide" research on ICT
deployment in South East Asia.