Faculty and Researchers

Electric, Information and Mechanical Engineering

Computer Science and Information Systems

An introduction to faculty staff members and laboratories in the Computer Science and Information Systems.
Note: Information on the laboratories is current as of the 2020 academic year. There may be changes to this information in the 2021 academic year.

IGUCHI Nobukazu

Position
Professor
Laboratory
Network Laboratory
Network operations management support system, Educational system and learning support system, Information Network

We develop network management and educational systems to support training of network engineers and network security engineers. We also conduct IoT System.

OHBOSHI Naoki

Position
Professor
Laboratory
Laboratory of Medical Informatics
Medical Informatics

We apply information technology to medical care safely and without imposing a burden on doctors or patients. To this end, we conduct research on ubiquitous computing, advanced image and video processing, and user-friendly interface technologies.

TAGAWA Kiyoharu

Position
Professor
Laboratory
Mathematical Information Engineering Laboratory
Mathematical Information Engineering, Optimization Methods, Statistics

TAKEUCHI Yoshinori

Position
Professor
Laboratory
Integrated System Design Laboratory
Integrated System Design, Embedded Systems

VLSI is a key technology to design integrated systems. In designing integrated systems, we should optimize many metrics such as low power, low energy, high robustness and high performance. This laboratory conducts research concerning integrated system design methodology and design itself.

YUMOTO Masaki

Position
Professor
Laboratory
Information Systems Engineering Laboratory
Information Systems Engineering, Intelligent Information Processing

We are doing research using techniques that fuse information and knowledge processing technologies with system technologies such as simulation and optimization techniques. Our goal is to enable computers to replace humans for intellectual tasks such as identifying problems and formulating solutions to them.

OCHI Youji

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Information Science and Intelligent Software Laboratory
Educational Information Technology

This lab focuses on the research field known as e-learning, and conducts R&D on sensing technologies and systems to recognize behavior and actions in education and learning. We make full use of application technologies such as artificial intelligence, multi-media technology, and computer vision.

KATO Toru

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Theory of Concurrent Computation Laboratory
Semantics for Concurrent Logic Programming Languages, Equivalence Relations for Process Algebras

We are investigating the development and safety of “software servants” (mobile agent systems). These application programs move autonomously on the Net to perform work such as gathering information and arranging schedules.

SHIRAHAMA Kimiaki

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Research Group for Multimedia Understanding
Multimedia Information Processing, Machine Learning, Data Mining, Human Activity Recognition

Our research goal is to extract semantic information (e.g., objects, activities, scenes, events, etc.) from multimedia data. Our main approach to this is to analyse patterns, relations and anomalies underlying in different forms of data (e.g., image, video, audio, text, etc.).

TANIGUCHI Yoshiaki

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Intelligent Communication Network Laboratory
Information networks Sensor networks

We study methods to efficiently operate sensor network systems consisting of a large number of communication devices that sense people and things, and we are actively conducting research on their application.

MORIYAMA Masamitsu

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Electronic Commerce Laboratory
Service Computing

We research Web-based services used in e-commerce and B2B transactions. Our goal is to optimize work flow and business systems based on the concept of business process modeling.

IKEDA Atsutoshi

Position
Lecturer
Laboratory
Sensing Research Laboratory
Sensing, Biomechanics, Applied Systems, Human Modeling

We do research related to measuring and analyzing the “what” and “how” to understand various things in the real world. We develop systems that benefit society by using the knowledge gained in this way.

ISHIMIZU Takashi

Position
Lecturer
Laboratory
Logic Information System Laboratory
Parallel Algorithms

In the same way that a single task can be completed sooner if performed by 10 people, using 10 computers to perform a single task means it can be processed more quickly. This laboratory does research on methods for using multiple computers working cooperatively on various processing tasks.

OTANI Masayuki

Position
Lecturer

Mizutani Kimihiro

Position
Lecturer
Large scale information processing platform Large scale information processing method Virtual Network Infrastructure/Server Management