Hideyuki Tokuda obtained his B.S. (1975), M.S. (1977) from Keio University and Ph.D. (Computer Science) (1983) from University of Waterloo, Canada, respectively. After he completed Ph.D., he joined School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University and worked on distributed real-time operating systems such as Real-Time Mach, the ARTS Kernel. In 1990, he came back to Keio University worked on many R&D projects. His research interests include Ubiquitous Computing Systems, OS, Sensor Networks, IoT/IoE, Cyber-Physical Systems and Smart Cities. He is a member of Science Council of Japan, a Vice President of IPSJ, an Assistant to NISC, IPSJ Fellow, JSSST Fellow and a member of the IEEE, ACM, IPSJ, IEICE, JSSST. He was awarded Motorola Foundation Award (89), IBM Faculty Award (02), Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Award (04) and Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication Award (05) in Japan.