Mina Ryoke

Associate Professor of Applied Information


Faculty of Business Sciences


RYOKE Mina received a Ph.D. in engineering from Osaka University in 1998. She joined the School of Knowledge Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology as a Research Associate in April 1998. Since April 2002, she joined the Graduate School of Business Sciences, the University of Tsukuba (currently known as Degree Programs in Business Sciences). At present, she is an Associate Professor of the Faculty of Business Sciences in charge of the MBA in International Business (MBAIB) and Doctoral Program in Business Administration.

Her major field of study is in Intelligent Informatics and Statistical Science. She is interested in modeling techniques, especially, generalized regression, clustering, optimization, agent-based simulation and their applications in Kansei/Affective Engineering, in Business.

Research Area

  • Intelligent Informatics
  • Soft Computing
  • Statistical Science
  • Kansei/Affective Engineering


  • Introductory Data Analysis (MBA Program in International Business)
  • Data Analysis I: Introduction to Data Analysis (MBA Program in International Business)
  • Data Analysis II: Principal of Quantitative Analysis (MBA Program in International Business)
  • Data Analysis III: Data Mining (MBA Program in International Business)
  • Business Simulation (MBA Program in International Business)
  • Operations Management I (Decision Making under Uncertainty, Linear Programming) (MBA Program in International Business)
  • Business Mathematics (Fundamental Statistics & Probability, Matrix Algebra) (MBA Program in International Business)
  • Quantification Methods and Its Applications (Doctoral Program in Business Administration)
  • Soft Computing (Doctoral Program in Business Administration)

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