Hiroki Kase received a B.A. in Economics from Keio University and a Ph.D. in Medical Photonics from Shizuoka University, Japan. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics at Keio University in 2016. He completed a program at the Graduate School of Medical Photonics, Shizuoka University, in 2023. He joined Shizuoka University in 2019 and has been engaged in research on advanced research on the visualization of X-ray beams using augmented reality and 3D modeling of surrounding structures in source detection and image quality improvement of X-ray imaging using energy information. His focus is now on researching spatial X-ray CT imaging representation using augmented, virtual, and mixed reality.
He published three papers in international journals, such as the Journal of Instrumentation. He has spoken at international conferences 39 times and domestic conferences 21 times and has written a chapter in published books.
Awards and recognitions include the Best Student Presentation Award, Radiation Sectional Meeting of the Japan Society of Applied Physics, Grand Prize in fall 2022, IDW ’22 Best Paper Award Winners and Best Research Award, Summer Seminar of the Radiation Engineering Division, Atomic Energy Society of Japan in 2023, and awarded by the Director of the Graduate School of Medical Phonics, Shizuoka University,2023.