Celso Singo Aramaki

QNeuron Director / Researcher / Student

Visual Artist, interaction designer and information architecture designer. Developed interactivity design for cultural and artistic contents databases in Tokyo. Executive Producer and entrepreneur for a variety of business projects. Special interest in projects for dataset visualization. Worked for Folha de São Paulo in Brazil; for MTV Channel, Harper Collins and Kodansha International projects in New York and Los Angeles, United States; Apple Japan, Adobe Japan, NEC Japan, NHK, Oracle Japan, Dentsu, Casio, Tomy and other media and technology companies in Tokyo, Japan.

Specializations: Development of Cultural Data Analytics, Knowledge Frameworks and Interactive Datasets, Brand placement for online and offline Digital Humanities Projects.

Celso Singo is a member of the following Themes, Networks or Projects

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Y-Adapt is a curriculum for young people that helps them to both understand climate change and to take practical action to adapt to the changing climate in their community.
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Climate Knowledge Brokers

The Climate Knowledge Brokers (CKB) Group is a growing alliance of around 400 leading global, regional and national knowledge brokers specialising in climate and development information.
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SDC Climate Change & Environment Network

The CC&E Network provides a knowledge exchange platform for development practitioners, organizations and SDC staff and partners working in and around climate change and environment issues
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This 5-year research project seeks to better understand barriers and enablers to widespread transformative adaptation to advance adaptive livelihoods for vulnerable groups
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Adaptation Knowledge Platform for Asia

Strengthening linkages between adaptation and the sustainable development agenda whilst enhancing institutional and research capacity.
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