Faculty Members and Laboratories

Position Name Room E-mail Laboratory Research Field
Assistant Professor Hidekazu Fukai F403 fukai@ Fukai Lab Brain wave and MEG Data Analysis, Statistical Inverse Problem
Professor Hiroshi Fujita Medical Department 8S25 Fujita-Hara-Zhou Lab Medical Image Data Analysis
Associate Processor Takeshi Hara Medical Department 8S23
Assistant Professor Xiangrong Zhou Medical Department 8S21
Associate Professor Michiko Harayama E307 harayama@ Harayama Lab Network Theory
Professor Satoru Hayamizu E505 hayamizu@ Hayamizu-Tamura Lab Speech and Multimodal Data Analysis
Associate Professor Satoshi Tamura E602 tamura@info.
Professor Hiroshi Kamabe E407 kamabe@ Kamabe-Lu Lab Coding theory, Information theory, Multiple access communications
Assistant Professor Shan Lu E406 slu@
Associate Professor Yoshihiro Kaneko E304   Kaneko Lab Operations Research, Applied Graph Theory
Associate Professor Kunihito Kato E504 kkato@ Kato Lab Computer Vision, Image processing
Professor Yoshihiro Kawase F301 kawase@ Kawasa-Yamaguchi Lab Applied Numerical Analysis
Associate Professor Tadashi Yamaguchi F302 yamachu@
Associate Professor Ryugo Kijima F307 kijima@ Kijima Lab Human Interface, Virtual Reality
Professor Keiichirou Kusakari E404 kusakari@ Kusakari-Imai Lab Program Verification, Automatic Theorem Proving
Assistant Professor Keigo Imai E405 keigoi@
Associate Professor Tadahiro Matsumoto E603   Matsumoto Lab Language Engineering
Professor Miwako Mishima F409-1   Mishima Lab Discrete Mathematics
Associate Professor Masami Mohri C433   Mohri Lab Cryptography, Network Security
Professor Fumihiko Saitoh E401   Saitoh Lab Image Engineering
Associate Professor Motoki Shiga E511 shiga_m@ Shiga Lab Machine Learning, Data Mining, Bioinformatics
Professor Masahiro Tanaka F401   Tanaka Lab Optical Information Processing
Associate Professor Kazunori Terada F304 terada@ Terada Lab Autonomous Intelligence System
Professor Yasunari Yokota E508 ykt@ Yokota Lab System Analysis and Identification Engineering
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Position Name Room E-mail Lab Research Field
Professor Shoji Shinmura F409-3   Shinmura Lab Computer Physics



We conduct education and research in the following: 1) Information expressing and processing structure, and theory, 2) Algorithm & information processing method for the purpose of application, 3) Computer-support design based on algebraic geometry and numerical analysis using computer-aided calculation techniques, 4) Algorithms for intellectual image processing, utilizing statistical geometry and optimization technique, 5) Mathematical statistics, 6) Information theory, 7) Cording theory.
Information-related technologies such as optical fibers are used for the Internet. Information is displayed, transformed into electrical signals in the retina of the eyeballs, then transmitted to the central nervous system, and converted into letters or sentences in a way for humans to understand it. Advanced information processing is carried out within our brains during conversation. To establish the technique for obtaining, communicating, and processing information, we conduct education and research in optical information processing, statistical inverse problem, and biosignal processing.
We deal with the research and development of computer systems which can make use of information as organic knowledge and think flexibly, as well as robots which can act autonomously. More specifically, the following research themes are being carried out: computer techniques for understanding natural language and translating it into other languages, sign languages, and braille; robots which can plan, act, and learn in certain environments; the mechanism of the human mind and communication between humans and machines by using the intelligent machines―the computers.
The following education and research applications are conducted through visual information (still and moving pictures) obtained from sight and sound information obtained from our sense of hearing: technique to recognize human living environment and to comprehend human intention, advanced human interface technique, application to medical care and medical industries through the use of virtual reality. technique to process chronological data and integrated multimodal processing; the algorithm theory; and the network theory