coding theory, information theory, number theory, computer science

[Associate Professor] Hajime Matsui

Basic Information

Hajime Matsui


Ph.D. in Mathematics

Laboratory Name

Information and Communication Engineering Laboratory

Research Fields

coding theory, information theory, number theory, computer science


error-correcting codes, Grobner basis, discrete Fourier transforms, modular forms, lattices

Academic Background

Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University

Work History

2006-current: Associate Professor, Toyota Technological Institute
2004-2006: Research Assistant, Toyota Technological Institute
2002-2004: Assistant Professor, Toyota Technological Institute
1999-2002: Post-doctoral Researcher, Toyota Technological Institute

Membership of Academic Societies

IEICE (The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers), the Mathematical Society of Japan, the Magnetic Society of Japan

Research Themes

Searching and constructing of various error-correcting codes by computer clusters
On multiple-valued logic circuits, functions, and polynomials and discrete Fourier Transforms
Complex-valued neural networks and information geometry

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