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Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
Major in Computer and Information Sciences

Faculty Members: Academic Areas and Research Topics

Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences
Major in Computer and Information Sciences

Mina Akaishi

Intellect engineering
Information compilation technology based on story structure; management,
search and visualization techniques for knowledge media; science of historical
knowledge and so forth

Katsunobu Ito

Speech recognition, multimodal dialogue systems, speech interfaces
Speech recognition, multimodal dialogue systems, speech interfaces, data retrieval

Vladimir Savchenko

Geometric modeling, CG, animation
Hybrid volume modeling, which include mathematical models, numerical methods, software algorithms, and programming realization

Kaoru Uchida

Pattern and image recognition and its applications
Applications of pattern and image recognition, biometrics, real-world innovation with information science

Kenji Omori

Homotopy, enterprise systems, cyberworlds
Recognition of handwritten Japanese kanji and Hangul characters, genetic algorithms, enterprise systems, employing homotopy in hierarchical design methods

Satoshi Obana

Encryption, information security
Encrypting protocols, including secret sharing schemes and secure evaluation

Takafumi Koike

3D imaging technology, computer graphics, augmented reality
Real world-oriented media, optical information processing, physical computing,
real-time rendering, computational photography

Nobuhiko Koike

Parallel and distributed processing architectures and their applications
Research into practical applications for SMP PCs and PC clusters, intelligent parallel processing applications, implementation of distributed and parallel processing environments

Yukiko Sasaki Alam

Machine translation, learning support software
Designs for machine translation and dictionary models for natural language processing

Yuji Sato

Evolutionary computation, machine learning
Applied evolutionary computation research focused on genetic algorithms, applying dynamic problems in software computing

Yasunari Zenpo

Computational materials science and computation method development, developing and applying large parallel computation technologies
Optical properties in conjugated polymers

Toshihisa Nishijima

Symbol theory, information theory
Research into the structure of algebraic error-correcting codes and their asymptotic capabilities

Hiroshi Hanaizumi

Image processing and recognition, remote sensing, image measurement
Remote sensing, image processing for medical purposes, facial recognition

Toshio Hirotsu

Internet, operating systems, ubiquitous computing
Dynamic relay control mechanisms for distributed virtual routers

Runhe Huang

Artificial intelligence, mobile computing, ubiquitous systems software
Research into innovative search robot brains, refrigerator (IT appliance) systems for health and preferences, supermarket product database systems

Satoru Fujita

High speed XML processing, Web services, service-oriented software
Service strategy modeling, social simulation analyses, basic technologies for implementing the XML and Web services that sustain the service industry-centered society

Hiroshi Hosobe

User interface, information visualization, computer graphics, constraint programming
Constructing methods for visual and interactive systems using a mathematical approach

Jianhua Ma

Ubiquitous network and computing, smart object, space and service, autonomic and trusted system
Ubiquitous networking and communication

Shuichi Yukita

Visualization of geometrical and abstract mathematical concepts
Using diagrams and other methods to visualize abstract concepts

Yamin Li

Computer architectures, parallel and distributed systems, mobile ad hoc networks
Metacube—a new interconnection network, efficient broadcast algorithms on mobile ad hoc network

Shaoying Liu

Software engineering, formal engineering methods for software development, intelligent software engineering environments
Developing the SOFL formal engineering method for software modeling, checking, and testing

Toru Wakahara

Character and image recognition, pattern recognition
Cursive script recognition, recognizing color characters against background scenery, facial recognition, fingerprint matching, gesture recognition, human interaction

Akira Sasaki

Associate professor
Programming language processing systems, domain-specific languages, attribute grammar
Programming language processing system implementation technologies and theory

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