Hello, this is Tatsuki Asada, M1.
I attended the IEICE Media Experience and Virtual Environment (MVE) Workshop held on 3/9~3/11 in Okinawa, Japan.
“Tsundere Interaction: Investigating the Relationship between the Receiver’s Dominant and Submissive Personalities and Work Motivation”
I did presentation of the theme.
MVE, Image and Media Quality (IMQ), Communication Quality (CQ), and Image Engineering (IE) also co-sponsored the conference. The MVE workshop was a hybrid of on-site and online sessions.
Although the actual participation was Zoom-based and there was not much on-site interaction, we had constructive discussions with the moderator and participants during the Q&A session and received many positive comments such as “I have high expectations for this research,” which motivated us for the future.
After the conference, I did a little sightseeing in Okinawa. There are many U.S. military bases in the area, and it is said to be famous for American food, so I had a steak.
Participating in the conference this time allowed me to gain opinions from new perspectives that I could not have obtained only on campus, and to learn where I stand in my own research.
I would definitely like to participate again if I have the chance.