-Fuminori Akiba received a Dr. of Letters degree from Kyoto Univ. in 1996.
-Since 2000, he has been an Associate Professor of the Graduate School
of Human Informatics, Nagoya University.
-Since 2003, he has been an Associate Professor of the Graduate School
of Information Science, Nagoya University.
-Since 2017, he has also been an Associate Professor of the Graduate School
of Informatics, Nagoya University
-Akiba,F. Things Theory of Art Should Learn From Natural Computing
-Akiba,F. The Significance of Natural Computing for Considering Computational Aesthetics
-AKiba,F. Can Pictures Be a Candidate for Knowledge Media?
-Akiba,F. How To See Quasi-scientific Objects in Art Museum
-Yasuhiro Suzuki, Rieko Suzuki, Fuminori Akiba, Junji Watanabe, Tactile
score, a method of describing the sense of touching
-Pelowski, M., Akiba,F. , A model of art perception, evaluation and emotion
in transformative aesthetic experience
-Pelowski, M., Liu, T., Palacios, V., & Akiba, F. (2014). When a body meets a body: An exploration of the negative impact of social interactions on museum experiences of art. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 15(14).