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Career Summary of OKUI Yasuhiro (Yasu OKUI)

Born in Tokyo, Japan.
1986 March
Graduated from the Department of Urban Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, the University of Tokyo, B.E. (Bachelor of Engineering).
(Research specialized in GIS (Geographic Information System) and computer graphics at the Housing and Urban Analysis Laboratory)
1986 April
Joined a system vendor that has expertise in processing Japanese documents.
Participated in an international standardisation organisation, ISO/IEC JTC1 SC34 committee and involved in the discussion of SGML (document processing language) related standards.
Led development of SGML supported document processing system and released it as a product.
Participated through mailing list and in a group in the discussion of the development of XML specifications by W3C.
Published "Complete Guide of XML" from Gijutsu-Hyohron, Co., Ltd.
Participated in the standardisation activity of e-Learning in an international standardization organisation, ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36.
Served as a secretary of ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36 and managed an international conference.
Served as a coordinator of an international conference held in Japan for Asia e-Learning Network between ASEAN, Japan, China and South Korea, having assigned as a commission project by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
Published "The First XML Book" from ASCII.
Participated in an EU-liaison project at the Information-technology Promoting Agency (IPA) under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan.
Participated in the development project of a specification related to the application of open data of the government led by IPA.
Assigned as a domestic member of the standardisation committee for financial messages led by the Bank of Japan as a secretary.
Participated in ISO 20022 Patments SEG. (The member list)
Published "UiPath Practical Guide" from Gijutsu-Hyohron, Co., Ltd.
Participated in the working group "ISO/TC68/SC9/WG4 (ISO 20022 Revision)" which is in charge of revising "ISO 20022", an international standard for financial messaging.