Computer, Intelligence and Media Technology
[Master's Program] Computer Science and Intelligent Systems
[Doctoral Program] Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Doctorate (Engineering) Field of Degree: Information Engineering
Statistical pattern recognition
Multivariate time series analysis
My Areas of Research
Conducting research into robust tracking methods using stochastic analysis and developing new human-computer interfaces
When a computer is visually tracking a target object such as a car or a person, tracking performance deteriorates when the target makes a sudden change. To resolve this problem, I am conducting research into robust tracking methods using stochastic analysis and developing new human-computer interfaces. Specifically, I am engaged in developing a camera mouse with the same operability as a mouse cursor which functions by tracking the movement of the mouth and eyes using an inexpensive web camera alone. It enables physically disabled persons, for example to operate a computer.
My Teaching Philosophy
I help create graduates who tackle global competition in order to build high-quality IT infrastructure in the age of big-data and meet the challenge of developing new theories and new technology based on that infrastructure.