Academic Staff and Fellows

Tomoaki Kashiwao
Associate Professor Doctor of Engineering
Department/Electric and Electronic Engineering  Graduate school/Electronic Engineering

My research interests include LED packaging optimal design based on ray-tracing simulation and machine learning, and big-data analysis of a railway telemeter system.

Research Area LED Packaging, Soft Computing, Control Theory
Research Interests Study on Optimization of LED Packaging Design
Study on Application of Machine Learning
Study on Identification of Hybrid Systems
Selected Publications (1)   Investigation of effects of phosphor particles on optimal design of surface-mount-device light-emitting diode packaging using ray-tracing simulation, IET Optoelectronics, Vol.12, Iss.2, pp.86-93 (2018)
(2)   A neural network-based local rainfall prediction system using meteorological data on the Internet: A case study using data from the Japan Meteorological Agency, Applied Soft Computing, Vol.56, pp.317-330 (2017)
(3)   Optimization of rectifier circuits for a vibration energy harvesting system using a macro-fiber composite piezoelectric element, Microelectronics Journal, Vol.54, pp.109-115 (2016)
Research and Achievements
My research interests include LED packaging optimal design based on ray-tracing simulation and machine learning, and big-data analysis of a railway telemeter system.
Education
(Undergraduate Course)
Tokushima University
Education
(Master's/Doctral Course)
Tokushima University

Soft Computing and Optical Design Laboratory

Academic Staff and Fellows