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Intelligent Informatics

This major involves education and research regarding intelligent information systems. The subjects include artificial intelligence, robotics, computer vision, computer graphics and augmented reality.

Department of Design and Information Sciences

 

Member Research Topics Keywords
Prof. Toshiyuki AMANO Augmented Reality, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition Spatial Augmented Reality, Projector Camera System, Projection Mapping, Light Field, Appearance Manipulation, Material Perception, Vision Assist, Image Interpolation, Range Image, Eigenspace
Prof. Haiyuan WU Pattern Recognition, Computer Vision, Human Interface Face Recognition, Human Motion, Robot Control, Object Recognition, Two-View Motion Estimation
Prof. Chiaki SAKAMA Artificial Intelligence, Computational Logic, Social Intelligence Argumentation, Belief Revision, Cellular Automata, Commonsense Reasoning, Knowledge Representation, Logic Programming, Machine Learning, Multiagent Systems, Program Transformation
Prof. Takayuki NAKAMURA artificial intelligence, machine learning, mobile robot, computer vision, pattern recognition, image processing, brain machine interface Regression tree, Palm tree, SLAM, Scan matching, Quasi-euclidean norm, CIF, 3D object recognition, RGB-D image processing, HS-SHOT, Multi instance learning, Clustering algorithm
Prof. Toshikazu WADA Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning Instance based Learning, Nearest Neighbor Search, Nearest Neighbor Classification, Multiple Instance Learning, Image Retrieval, Face and Object Recognition
Assoc. Prof. Kei IWASAKI Computer Graphics, Photorealistic Rendering, Realtime Rendering Global Illumination, Image-based Lighting, GPU, Ray Tracing, Visual Simulation, Natural Phenomena, Volume Rendering, Particle-based Simulation
Assoc. Prof. Noriyuki MATSUDA Knowledge Engineering, Service Engineering, Ontology Engineering Autonomous distributed systems, Contents Distribution Networks, Content-Oriented Network, Network Support Technologies, Ad-hoc Networks, Sensor Networks, Peer-to-Peer (P2P), Brain Machine/Computer Interface
Lecturer Hirotaka HACHIYA machine learning and its application to intelligent robot, computer vision and sensor analysis machine learning, artificial intelligence
Assist. Prof. Hirokazu MIURA Computer Networks, Communication Networks, Brain Engineering Autonomous distributed systems, Contents Distribution Networks, Content-Oriented Network, Network Support Technologies, Ad-hoc Networks, Sensor Networks, Peer-to-Peer (P2P), Brain Machine/Computer Interface