Faculty and Researchers

Electric, Information and Mechanical Engineering

Computer Science, Theory, and Methods

An introduction to faculty staff members and laboratories in the Computer Science, Theory, and Methods.
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.

ABE Koji

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Laboratory for Media Informatics and Cognitive Science
Media Informatics, Pattern Recognition, Medical Image Processing, Computer Vision

Our goal is to build an intelligent computer that behaves like a human. We are engaged in research involving image and audio media on a variety of software systems that take into account human subjectivity, experience, and sensitivity.

Sugahara Kengo

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Applied Electromagnetics Laboratory
Electromagnetic Analysis Accelerator Physics

HABE Hitoshi

Position
Associate Professor
Laboratory
Computer Vision Laboratory
Computer Vision, Image Processing, Pattern Recognition

We study techniques to process images captured by a camera and understand the things in the image and what is happening in the image. We are working on analyzing group behavior from security cameras as well as the movement of schools of fish in water, and we are tackling development of basic technologies for object recognition.

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.

MORIYA Sen

Position
Lecturer
Laboratory
Distributed Algorithm Laboratory
Distributed Algorithms, Coding Theory

To enable computers to operate efficiently on network systems, we take a theoretical perspective to researching procedures to be used in communicating information. These technologies are regarded as crucial to modern society.