Research Center for Smart Information Technology


Established : 2021
Director :Professor Norimichi Ukita

Research Outline

Recent information technologies including machine learning and data science are being developed in a variety of research fields. The research center for smart information technology aims to develop basic research and applied research in such information technology areas.
Among all such areas, our main targets are knowledge representation, media processing/recognition, and real-world sensing as the basic research. Based on these basic technologies, we also focus on material informatics, mechanical informatics, and other interdisciplinary application areas.


[Intelligent Information Media Laboratory]
Professor Norimichi Ukita

[Computational Intelligence Laboratory]
Professor Yutaka Sasaki
Associate Professor Makoto Miwa

[Control System Laboratory]
Associate Professor Michihiro Kawanishi

[Information and Communication Engineering Laboratory]
Associate Professor Hajime Matsui

[Solid Mechanics Laboratory]
Associate Professor Yoshinori Shiihara

[Memory Engineering Laboratory]
Professor Hiroyuki Awano
Associate Professor Kenji Tanabe

[Surface Science Laboratory]
Professor Masamichi Yoshimura
Associate Professor Masanori Hara

Research Themes

Image capture and sensing beyond the limits of sensors and communications, future prediction that are physically unobservable
Biomedical informatics, Materials informatics, Mechanical informatics, Novel neural computing paradigm

Error-correcting codes and multi-valued logic functions for next-generation application
Atomic Simulation Research enhanced by Machine Learning Technology   
Estimation of parameters in a magnet using machine learning  
Development of Novel Nano-materials and its Evaluation Procedures accelerated by the Machine Learning Technology    

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