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Department of Information Sciences

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Introduction

Information science in the Department of Information Sciences is comprised of the 3 fields of "basic mathematical information," which handles "information" related to various nature, social and human phenomena in a mathematical manner with mathematics as the basis, "applied mathematical information," which handles basic mathematical information in a practical manner, and "computer science," which handles systems that process information; the aim of this department is to foster the ability to quantify information and carry out scientific analysis.

  • Learn broad, specialized basics up until the first semester of the third year, and study an area of specialty in depth starting in the second semester of the third year based on individual guidance by staff members.
  • Carry out education and research on fields that serve as the core for information science, such as information mathematics, quantum information, genetic information, theory of applied probability, statistical mathematics, combinatorial theory, artificial intelligence, software science, etc., and cultivate human resources who have sufficiently acquired basic knowledge on information science and who can be successful in the diversifying 21st century society.

Curriculum Chart

Area of Learning

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Information Theory and its Exercises
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Statistics 1 and its Exercises
  • Introduction to Computer
  • Mathematics for Information Sciences 2-B and its Exercises
  • Automata
  • Mathematical Logic 1
  • Linear Algebra1・2 and its Exercises
  • Mathematics for Information Sciences 1A・2B and its Exercises
  • Introduction to Computer Systems and its Exercises
  • Physics 1・2
  • Experiments A・B in Physics
  • " Experiments in Information Sciences 1"
  • Exercises in Information Sciences 1
  • Mathematics for Information Sciences 2- A and its Exercises
  • Probability Theory 1 and its Exercises
  • Experiments in Information Sciences 2・3
  • Exercises in Information Sciences 2・3
  • Colloquium on Information Sciences 1
  • Colloquium on Information Sciences 2
  • Advanced Studies and Reseaches
Basic Mathematical Information(1)
  • Statistics 2 and its Exercises
  • Probability Theory 2 and its Exercises
  • Mathematics for Information Sciences 3 and its Exercises
  • Theory of Complexity
  • Optical Communication Theory
  • Statistics 3
  • Multivariate Analysis
  • Mathematics for Information Sciences 4
  • Geometry
  • Bio-Informatics

Graduation Research

  • Akashi Research Group(1)(3)
  • Iriyama Research Group
  • Miyamoto Research Group(1)(2)
  • Noguchi Research Group
  • Tomizawa Research Group(1)(2)
  • Watanabe Research Group(1)(2)
Applied Mathmatical Information(2)
  • Statistics 2 and its Exercises
  • Probability Theory 2 and its Exercises
  • Programming Languages 1・2
  • Optical Communication Theory
  • Statistics 3
  • Multivariate Analysis
  • Bio-Informatics
  • Mathematical Economics
  • Applied Mathematics

Graduation Research

  • Miyamoto Research Group(1)(2)
  • Sato Research Group
  • Tahata Research Group
  • Tomizawa Research Group(1)(2)
  • Watanabe Research Group(1)(2)
Computaer Science(3)
  • Programming Languages 1・2
  • Theory of Computation 1
  • Formal Languages
  • Systems Programming
  • Information Communication Network
  • Biological Information Systems
  • Database Systems
  • Compiler
  • Computer Architecture
  • Data Structures

Graduation Research

  • Akashi Research Group(1)(3)
  • Katsurada Research Group
  • Matsuzawa Research Group
  • Takimoto Research Group

Information on Career Paths

  • Information Industry

    46.1%

  • Graduate School

    32.2%

  • Professional and Technical Services

    4.3%

  • Machinery and Appliances

    2.6%

  • Education

    1.7%

  • Miscellaneous services

    1.7%

  • Construction

    0.9%

  • Manufacture of Chemical

    0.9%

  • Electronic Components

    0.9%

  • Retail

    0.9%

  • Finance, Insurance

    0.9%

  • Other Industries

    1.7%

  • Other(persons planning on continuing education, studying abroad, etc.)

    5.2%

(As of March 2019)

List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor Akashi Shigeo Theory of informatics
Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics
Data compression, Encipherment of image data, Electronic watermark
Entropy, Hilbert's 13th problem
Professor MIYAMOTO Nobuko Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics Discrete mathematics: Combinatorial designs and their applications
Professor TAKIMOTO Munehiro Software code optimization and parallelization
Professor TOMIZAWA Sadao Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics Mathematical Statistics, Categorical Data Analysis
Professor WATANABE Noboru Theory of informatics
Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics
Quantum Communication Theory, Optical Communication, Quantum Entropy
Information Mathematics, Quantum Communication
Associate Professor IRIYAMA Satoshi Theory of informatics
Basic analysis
Cryptography
Quantum Information, Quantum Algorithm
Associate Professor KATSURADA Kouichi Perceptual information processing Speech processing, Facial image processing, Dialogue system
Associate Professor Sato Keiko Life/Health/Medical informatics Bioinformatics, Biological Data Analysis, Mathematical Models in Evolutionary Processes
Associate Professor TAHATA Kouji Statistical science
Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics
Categorical Data Analysis
Analysis for square contingency tables
Junior Associate Professor MATSUZAWA Tomofumi Computer system
Multimedia database
Communication/Network engineering
Multicast, Local Area Network
Small World Network, Scale Free Network
Multicast Routing, Routing Protocol
Junior Associate Professor NOGUCHI Kenta Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics Graph Theory
Assistant Professor CHISAKI Shoko Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics Combinatorial design and their applications
Assistant Professor ISHII Aki Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics High-dimensional statistical analysis
Assistant Professor KAMIZAWA Takeo
Assistant Professor KAWABATA Norifumi Perceptual information processing
Human interface and interaction
Life/Health/Medical informatics
Medical systems
Communication/Network engineering
Image Information Processing, Visual Media Processing, Image Database, Human Measurement
Usability & Ergonomics
Image Diagnosis, Health Informatics, Medical Imaging
Diagnostic Imaging System, Medical Information System, Computer Aided Surgery
Multimedia, Signal Processing, Encoding/Decoding
Assistant Professor NAKAGAWA Tomoyuki Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics Mathematical Statistics
Assistant Professor OHMURA Hidefumi

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