I started to learn programming from high school student because I wanted to build games. After I went to the University of Tokyo, I studied about 3D programming and simulation for simulating soft tennis (it's my hobby) in virtual world. After then I wanted to know about what human motion is. I studied about musculoskeletal system of human in undergraduate. After graduating from the university, to understand what human motion is, I thought it is important to understand what is 'not' human motion. So I studied about human like motion planning of humanoid robot by optimization method. Especially, I studied about a mapping between target and joint trajectory which satisfies the target, and between motion and hardware limitation. But because my result was not so good, I decided not to go to doctoral course. After I finished a master's course, I started my first career in a big information technology services company. I worked there as a infrastructure engineer, especially at the area of common application infrastructures. In recently, I could not forget my passion to research, I joined a start-up company in parallel to my first career. I worked there as a research engineer of speech recognition. Now I'm very interested in bridging the gap between research and business. So I decided to join ABEJA, Inc. ABEJA, Inc. is very interesting company because they have real data which potentially reveal the mechanism of real world. It's my basic interest.