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Faculty and Labs

Name Research Area
Satoru Iwata
(Professor)
Algorithms, Combinatorics, Optimziation
Fumiyasu Komaki
(Professor)
Statistics, Prediction Theory, Bayesian Theory, Statistical Modeling, Information Geometry
Kunihiko Sadakane
(Professor)
Algorithms and Data Structures, Data Compression, Parallel Algorithms
Tsuyoshi Takagi
(Professor)
Information Security, Cryptography, Post-Quantum Cryptography, Computational Number Theory
Takayasu Matsuo
(Professor)
Numerical Analysis (Differential Equations, Numerical Linear Algebra), Simulations
Kenji Yamanishi
(Professor)
Information Theoretic Learning Theory, Machine Learning, Data Mining (Anomaly Detection, Change Analysis), Big data analysis
Taiji Suzuki
(Associate Professor)
Machine learning, Mathematical statistics, Learning theory, High dimensional statistics, Optimization for large scale machine learning
Tomonari Sei
(Associate Professor)
Theoretical statistics, Statistical modeling
Kenichiro Tanaka
(Associate Professor)
Theoretical Numerical Analysis, Approximation Theory, Numerical algorithm, Numerical methods for finance
Shinichi Tanigawa
(Associate Professor)
Discrete Optimization, Discrete and Computational Geometry
Hiroshi Hirai
(Associate Professor)
Discrete Mathematics, Combinatorial Optimization
Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii
(Professor)
[RCAST]
Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing, Mathematical Modeling of Natural Language, Unsupervesed Machine Learning Methods
Kazuyuki Aihara
(Professor)
[IIS]
Mathematics for AI, Mathematical Modeling and Nonlinear Analysis for Biological Systems, Chaos Engineering
Hiroshi Nakagawa
(Professor)
[ITC]
Machine Learning Algorithm and Mathematical Models, Privacy Preserving Data Mining
Kengo Nakajima
(Professor)
[ITC]
Parallel Numerical Algorithms (Iterative Methods, Preconditioning), High-Performance Computing, Scientific Computing, Large-Scale Visualization
Takaaki Ohnishi
(Associate Professor)
[SICT]
Big Data Analysis, Econophysics, Sociophysics, Complex Networks, Massively Parallel Computing
Hiromichi Nagao
(Associate Professor)
[ERI]
Information Fusion for Earthquake and Tsunami Disasters, Data Assimilation, Sequential Bayesian Filters, Data-Driven Modeling, Sparse Modeling
Yoshito Hirata
(Project Associate Professor)
[IIS]
Nonlinear time series analysis (theoretical developments and their applications), Quantitative cancer research
Hirosuke Yamamoto
(Professor)
[Frontier Sciences]
Information Theory, Communication Theory, Information Security and Cryptology, Data Compression Algorithms
Noboru Kunihiro
(Associate Professor)
[Frontier Sciences]
Cryptography, Information Security, Quantum Computation
Takashi Kohno
(Associate Professor)
[IIS]
Neuromorphic and biomimetic systems, Mathematical modeling of neural systems
Tetsuya Kobayashi
(Associate Professor)
[IIS]
Systems biology, Quantitative biology, Modeling of biological phenomena, Bio-image informatics
Gouhei Tanaka
(Project Associate Professor)
[Engineering]
Complex systems dynamics, Nano-micro systems
Yoko Yamaguchi
(Professor)
[RIKEN BSI]
Computational Neuroscience, Brain Dynamics (Theories of Memory and Cognition)
Kensuke Aishima
(Project Lecturer)
Numerical Analysis, Numerical Linear Algebra, Recommender system

[RCAST] means members belonging to the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology
[IIS] means members belonging to the Institute of Industrial Science.
[ITC] means members belonging to the Information Technology Center.
[SICT] means members belonging to the Social ICT Research Center.
[ERI] means members belonging to the Earthquake Research Institute.
[Frontier Sciences] means members belonging to the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences.
[Engineering] means members belonging to the Graduate School of Engineering.
[RIKEN BSI] means members belonging to the Riken Brain Science Institute.


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