Position #156 – Information and Mathematical Engineering Lab.

Host institution
JP - Okayama University (岡山大学)
Lab or research department name
Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Informatics, Computer Science
Sub-domain or keywords
Information and Mathematical Engineering
Type of mobility
Duration (months)
From 6 months

In the real world, there are a number of large and complex networks such as the Internet, World Wide Web, telephone line networks, power grids, electric circuits, neural networks and so on. In addition, an enormous quantity of data and signals are propagating continuously through those networks. In this laboratory, we are studying, from the mathematical viewpoint, the behavior of various complex networks and analysis methods for big data. For example, we are currently working on, through both theory and computer simulations, the analysis and development of 1) efficient communication methods in mobile agent networks, 2) optimization techniques for large problems arising in machine learning and signal processing, 3) methods for efficiently finding useful information from large data, and 4) signal processing techniques by means of neural network circuits.

From January 2016
Maximum available positions
Doctoral candidates are invited to propose a research topic and select a host, which are related to their proposed doctoral research. For inquiries and laboratory introductions please contact the address below.
Pr. Takahashi <takahashi@cs.okayama-u.ac.jp>