Kazutaka SHOJI was born in 1992. He received B.S. (2016) and M.S. (2018) from Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan. Since 2018, He has been a Ph.D. candidate at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan and DC1, Research Fellowship for Young Scientists, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan. He stayed at Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia (UGA), USA, as a visitor in 2018. In 2019, Shoji returned to the Odum School of Ecology as a visiting scholar working with Assistant Professor Takao Sasaki. His main interests include AR-tracking, interaction networks and swarm intelligence in social insects of ants. He is currently members of the Ecological Society of Japan and Japan Ethological Society.
Kazutaka Shoji1†, Naohisa Nagaya, Ryusuke Fujisawa (2019), Mining of behavioral motifs from individual ant trajectory, Transactions of the Institute of Systems, Control and Information Engineers, 32 (4), 154-158. (peer-reviewed)
Kazutaka Shoji1† (2019), Formulation of PTFE suspension used in ant behavioral studies, ARI Jornal of Myrmecological Society of Japan, 40, XX-XX. (in-press, peer-reviewed)
Kazutaka Syoji1†, Katuyuki Eguchi (2017) Nesting sites selection of Temnothorax congruus from Japanese broad-leave forests: a trade-off between nest sites quality and distance from Crematogaster teranishii colonies, ASIAN MYRMECOLOGY, 9, 1-8. DOI: 10.20362/am.009002 (peer-reviewed)
Rijal Satria 1 §, Osamu Sasaki 2 §, Bui Tuan Viet 3 , Emiko Oguri 1 , Kazutaka Syoji 1 , Brian L. Fisher 4 , Yamane, Sk 5 & Katsuyuki Eguchi 1 §† (2016) First discovery of Xymmer in Asia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Amblyoponinae), . Zootaxa, 4168, 141–150.（peer-reviewed）
庄司一貴1†, 江口克之 (2015) ムネボソアリ（アリ科：フタフシアリ亜科）の静止行動. 日本蟻類研究会誌 蟻, 17, 39–46.（peer-reviewed） https://doc.co/82ypHd