Become a Master of Intelligent Systems and Informatics

Based in the Department of Intelligent Systems and Informatics within the faculty of the same name, this program strives for advanced education and research in a broad range of fields covering telecommunications, human intelligence and machine intelligence.
Since the advent of advanced information societies, the necessity of education and research on sophisticated information and system sciences has steadily increased. In response to this, at the founding of our Information and Systems Program, we established a Master’s Program in 1993 and Doctoral Program in 1995.
Through our Information and Systems Engineering Program, this program was given a fresh start in 2012.
The Intelligent Systems and Informatics Program aims to cultivate graduates with the knowledge and advanced skills required for problem solving. It further strives to provide a high level of expertise in both the basics and applied fields of intelligent systems and informatics as well as applied skills and exceptionally original creativity in order to create graduates who will contribute to society.

Basic Educational Policies for the Intelligent Systems and Informatics Program

Cultivating Graduates with Advanced Knowledge in the Field of Intelligent Systems and Informatics

The majority of graduates from the former Information and Systems and Information and Systems Engineering Programs have gone on to work at corporations conducting R&D or in departments involved in data processing or as professors in information-related departments at universities as well as mathematics teachers at junior high and high schools.

Master’s Program Research

Doctoral Program Research

Master’s / Doctoral Program

Name Title Field of Research Subject of Research
KITAMURA, Tatsuya Professor Speech Science Mechanisms of speech production and perception.
TAKAHASHI, Tadashi Professor Computer Algebra,Mathematics Education Computer Algebra and Singularity Theory, Efficient Use of Computer in Mathematics Education.
TANAKA, Masahiro Professor Softcomputing and Machine Intelligence Softcomputing and pattern recognition by using camera and range sensor.
TAMURA, Yuichi Professor Virtual Reality Virtual Reality System for visual and tactile sense, and its application. Visualization.
NADAMOTO, Akiyo Professor Web Computing, Data engineering, Data base 1) Content Hole Search.
2) Content Conversion and Fusion between Web and TV.
3) Multilingual Communication.
MATSUMOTO, Shigeki Professor Analysis, Computer
Group representation theory, application of Computer Algebra.
MORIMOTO, Kanji Professor Topology Topological study of 3-manifolds through Heegaard splittings, and geometric study of knots.
WAKATANI, Akiyoshi Professor Parallel Information Processing Research on parallel processing for multimedia and numerical applications.
WATANABE, Eiji Professor Intelligent Image Processing Analysis of human behaviors by image processing
UMETANI, Tomohiro Associate Professor Robotics, System Integration Ambient intelligence for human and robots.
System integration based on robot technology (RT).
KOIDE, Takeshi Associate Professor Operations Research Stochastic modeling, inventory theory, revenue management, combinatorial optimization, agent-based simulation.
SAKAMOTO, Kunio Associate Professor Spatial Imaging Research on 3D and holographic display system for virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality systems.
SEKI, Kazuhiro Associate Professor Intelligent Information Systems Data mining, natural language processing, machine learning, and their applications to real-world problems for developing intelligent information processing and management systems.
NAGATA, Ryo Associate Professor Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing Studies of English articles and countability.
NITTA, Naoya Associate Professor Software Science Foundations of software science and its applications for software engineering.Software design and programming language.
MAEDA, Kazuaki Associate Professor Psychophysiology Research on Living system ground on Neurosciences.
1) Cognitive Linguistics
a. Neural correlates of category specific semantic concept: MEG and fMRI study.
b. Localization of syntactic comprehension: MEG and fMRI study.
2) Sensory Physiology
a. Secondary somatosensory cortex for nonpainful and painful stimuli: MEG study.
b. Analgesic effect acupuncture on the pain: MEG study.
WADA, Masahiro Associate Professor Chaos, Complex Systems and Nonlinear Circuit Theory Research on bifurcation analysis of various chaotic phenomena in coupled chaotic circuits and applications to engineering systems with chaotic features.
KAMADA, Tomio Associate Professor Cloud computing,
Edge computing
Research on design and implementation of large-scale information systems

Class Subjects of Master's Intelligent Systems and Informatics Program (The Masters Program in fiscal 2019 students)

  Class subjects Credits Required credits
Specialized subjects Compulsory Topics in Intelli. and Informatics 2

・Compulsory : 18 credits
・Select compulsory : more than 2 credis
(It must acquire more than a total of 30 credits)

Seminar in Intelli. and InformaticsⅠ 2
Seminar in Intelli. and InformaticsⅡ 2
Research in Intelli. and Informatics 12
Research in Intelli. and Informatics Select compulsory Topics in Inform. and Communication Sys. 2
Topics in Intelligence System Design 2
Topics in Intelligent Information System 2
Topics in Combinatorial Geometry 2
Topics in Computer System 2
Topics in Computer Architecture 2
Topics in Mathematical Recognition 2
Topics in Information Analysis 2
Topics in Human Information System 2
Topics in Acoustic Analysis 2
Topics in Information Retrieval 2
Topics in Imaging Media Systems 2
Topics in Visualization and Simulation 2
Topics in Decision Making 2
Topics in Nonlinear Systems 2
Topics in Theory of Computation 2
Topics in Robotics 2
Topics in Natural Language Processing 2
Advanced Studies in Artificial Intelligence 2
Select Topics in Systems Optimization 2
Topics in Knowledge Data Base 2
Topics in CG and Image Processing 2
Topics in Software Science 2
Topics in Systems Modeling 2
Common subjects English for science and technology 2
Intellectual Property Law1 2
Intellectual Property Law2 2

Class subjects of Doctoral Intelligent Systems and Informatics Program (The Doctoral Program in fiscal 2019 students and later entering students)

  Class subjects Credits Required credits
Select compulsory A Special Lec. on Information Geometry 2

・Select compulsory A : more than 2 credis
・Select compulsory B : more than 2 credis
・Select compulsory C : more than 6 credis
(It must acquire more than a total of 10 credits)

Special Lec. on Info. Harmonic Analysis 2
Special Lec. on Multi-objective Systems 2
Special Lec. on Inform. Commun. Network 2
Special Lec. on Intelligence Sys. Design 2
Special Lec. on Intelligent Inform. Sys. 2
Special Lec. on Intel. Image Processing 2
Special Lec. on Computer Architecture 2
Special Lecture on Speech Processing 2
Special Lec. on Spatial Imaging Systems 2
Special Lecture for Information Retrieva 2
Special Lec. on Mathematical Recognition 2
Special Lecture on Visualization 2
Special Lecture on Decision Making 2
Special Lecture on Nonlinear Systems 2
Special Lec. on Cognitive Neuropsychology 2
Special Lecture on Robotics 2
Special Lecture on Software Analysis 2
Select compulsory B Colloquium in Information Structure 2
Colloq. in Application of Sys. Analysis 2
Select compulsory C Seminar in Intelli. and InformaticsⅢ 2
Seminar in Intelli. and InformaticsⅣ 2
Seminar in Intelli. and InformaticsⅤ 2
Seminar in Intelli. and InformaticsⅥ 2
Seminar in Intelli. and InformaticsⅦ 2