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Outline of Department of Information Sciences

What is information? To define it exactly is more difficult than one can imagine. Thus, the goal of the Department of Information Sciences is to define "what is information" from a scientific perspective as information will become the essential reference for people and social organizations in decision-making. It is fundamental for the 21st century information-oriented society to conduct academic researches to collect, produce, distribute, process, store and retrieve, as well as present its reliable information. We will help you explore and learn in terms of Information Mathematics and Information Processing.

Faculty Members

Name of Faculty Main Classes
Noriko Asamoto (Professor)
"Seminar on Computer Algebra"
Takayuki Itoh (Professor)
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"Multimedia I," "Computer Vision," "Computer Graphics." Explanation of techniques such as: processing of photographs, video, and audio contents, by using computer, digital camera, or mobile phones; Visualize all kinds of information in an understandable way.
Masato Oguchi(Professor)
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"Fundamental Seminar on Computer," "Computer Network I," "Computer Network II." Practice that will build virtual internet environment to understand topics relating to networks such as mechanism of the internet, and advanced computing research using IT networks.
Tetsuya Kawamura (Professor)
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"Theory of Environmental Information," "Introduction to Naval Meteorology," "Introduction to Physics A," "Environmental Sciences," etc.
Ichiro Kobayashi (Professor)
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"Computer Exercise," "Theory of Artificial Intelligence," "Theory of Natural Language," etc. Explanation and application for robotic technology which is capable of artificial intelligence and languages.
Itiro Siio(Professor)
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"Human Interface," "Practical Training of Multimedia Programming," Methods and practical lessons to build a computer program that is user-friendly.
Hiroaki Yoshida (Professor)
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"Practical Information Processing," "Introduction to Probability," "Theory of Functions," "Fourier Analysis and Laplace Transform," and "Information Theory."
Kenichi Asai (Associate Professor)
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"Data Structure and Algorithm," "Functional Language," "Linguistic Theory and Automaton," "Theory of Compiler Mechanics." Explanation of basics of Algorithm, correct methods of programming, theory of basic programming language, and development of language processing such as compiler system.
Masaatsu Kasukawa (Associate Professor)
"Computer Architecture I," "Computer Architecture II," "Information Ethics."
Kazue Kudo (Associate Professor)
“Linear Algebra I〜IV,” “Numerical Computation”
Hiroshi Kori (Associate Professor)
“Calculus,” “Computer Science for Environmental Science,” "Fourier analysis and Laplace transformation"
Suguru Saitoh (Associate Professor)
“Exercises in Programming” “Computer Graphics”
Daisuke Bekki (Associate Professor)
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"Information Analysis"

Former Faculty Members

Name of Faculty Main Classes
Jun Sese (Associate Professor)
moved to AIST in Oct. 2014
Mariko Hagita (Associate Professor)
(Until 2011. Currently in
the Department of Mathematics)
"Graph Theory," "Information Algebra," "Combinatorial Theory,"
Chiemi Watanabe (Lecturer)
moved to Tsukuba Univ. in May 2013
"Theory of Database Design".

Honorary Professors

Honorary Professors Main Research Area
Toshiko Koyama Categorical Theory, Code Theory
Haruo Hosoya Computational Chemistry, Applied Graph Theory
Koji Sato Computational Physics, Quantum Simulation
Yoshihumi Masunaga Database
Hukiko Takeo Dynamic System, Chaotic Theory
Yuji Kasahara Stochastic Process Theory
Akira Kaneko Applied Mathematics

Contact us

2-1-1 Otsuka, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-8610 Japan
Phone: 03-5978-5704 (Department Office)
Fax: 03-5978-5705 (Department Office)

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