Computer, Intelligence and Media Technology
[Master's Program] Computer Science and Intelligent Systems
[Doctoral Program] Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Digital signal processing
My Areas of Research
Research into harmonic distortion measurement methods for loudspeakers and nondestructive inspection methods for structures.
My current research efforts are focused on harmonic distortion measurement methods for loudspeakers and nondestructive inspection methods for structures. A major distortion component in sound reproduced through speakers is harmonic distortion, and it is important to be able to accurately measure the harmonic distortion factor in a short period of time when using a speaker. My current research and development efforts concern methods of simply and accurately detecting internal abnormalities in concrete structures, bolts, etc., in various sizes of structures with nondestructive inspection methods using sound (vibration) from the outside.
My Teaching Philosophy
While broadly learning the basic knowledge of the field of information engineering, which includes matters related to hardware and software, I aim to create engineers who can use the knowledge and techniques they’ve learned not only for research and work, but also in their daily lives.