pin Research Interests
Neuroscience, Neurophysiology, Neural Networks.
Functions of Brain : Consciousness, Mind, Emotions, Thoughts.

 pin01.gif (89 バイト) Current Research Theme

Computation of Brain, Neuro-flow Dynamics, Neural Networks
 pin01.gif (89 バイト) Career
04/96 Waseda University
02/99 Aizawa Team in Waseda University
03/00 Graduate from School of Pure Physics, Fuculty of Science and Engneering, Waseda University.
04/00 Graduate School of Physics and Applied Physics, Fuculty of Science and Engneering, Waseda University
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03/00 Graduate Thesis -- Redundancy of Weight Matrix in Neural Network with Neuro-flow Dynamics (abstract)
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 pin01.gif (89 バイト) Conference
11/99 Symposium for  Information Engneering (at Keio University Japan) 
04/00 Symposium for Complex Systems  (at International Conference Center Waseda University Japan)
 pin01.gif (89 バイト) Schooling and Teaching Experience
06/99 Plactice teaching at my alma mater. (2 weeks)
03/00 Obtained a Teaching Licence (junior highschool and high school 1) in Japan.
04/99 Teaching Assistant for Computer Literacy (B1)
04/99 Teaching Assistant for Physical Excecise (B2) (1 year)
04/99 Teaching Assistant for Electromagnetism (B2) (1 year)
 pin01.gif (89 バイト) Books Reading up on my Study
  • From Neuron to Brain (A Celluar and Melecular Approach to the Function of the Nervous System)  Third Edition - by John G.Nicholls, A.Robert Martin, Bruce G.Wallace
  • Methods in Neuronal Modeling (From Ions to Networks) second edition  - by Christof Koch, Idan Segev.
  • Molecular Biology of THE CELL  Third edition - by Bluce Alberts, Dennis Bray, Julian Lewis, Martin Raff, Keith Roberts, James D.Watson
  • Introduction to the Theory of Neural Computation - y John Hertz, Anders Krogh, Richard G.Palmer
  • Foundations of Neurobiology  - by Fred Delcomyn
  • Perspective of Nonlinear Dynamics 1 - by Edwin Atlee Jackson
  • Statistical Physics - by Ryogo Kubo et al.
 pin01.gif (89 バイト) My Perspective on Brain Research

  If someone tell you "Walk straightforwardly" and you can do that.  If someone say "What is a brain?,"  you may answer you have no idea. You thought straight exists and a brain doesn't exist.  But the opposite is right. Directness is unreal and brain is objective, this is the right answer.  The way you walk directly was in fact indirect. Your brain thought it straight. The directness doesn't exist in this world.  It is nothing but a idea that your brain makes. You may find that the same rule applies well in a lot of concepts you see in the world.  Does anyone see a nuclear directly? The answer is no. Then why we make sure of the existence? We only assume the existence by analyzing the refraction of radiated electromagnetic wave to a nuclear.  We merely calculate it. It is our brain that think it exist.
  Studying brain is an extreme intellectual game. The brain cannot know itself completely. To understand the brain is to appreciate myself. Brain science is also a synthetic philosophy that has medical, physiological, chemical, cellular and molecular biological, psychological, artificial intellectual, computational, psychiatrical, perceptional, developmental, pharmacological, genetical, statistical, physical.....approach.  I have to learn a few home ground and synthetic and comprehensive way of investigation. Neuroscience is interesting that much and have infinite potential to research. And in the destination, there're big and complicate problem about emotions, minds, consciousness.   Now we are materially stuffed but mentally hungry.  We cannot see our minds.
  But a hurt in the mind is the same as that in the body.  Brain science may be able to find the whole new remedies.
  Have you ever thought of that how convenient if you can copy the brains? When you study, when you work, you cultivate your brain. When you become a pupil of a master or learn something from your teacher, you make the copy of the brain similar to your teacher. Some people have marvelous ability such as playing a musical instruments, drew a picture, perform stunts...they are practice one thing for many years. That indicate the manipulation of rounding out the neural network by their frequent practice.  Cultivated brain is a kind of a crystal.  
  Animals, insects, fishes... view their surroundings, nature.  The human's observation of nature is the same as theirs. But the big difference is that we use mathematics.  The development of science starts when observing our surroundings using our five senses. We can get a new point of view when we analyze it and theorize it using mathematics. We can know the aspect of universe where we haven't been to, the event in the period before we are  born,   the microstructure which anyone haven't seen. Why does mathematics describe the nature? Why does the nature correspond to the mathematical system? And why is human being able to understand mathematical systems?
   Brain is complicated. There are 20 thousand of neurons per
mm3 in Somatosensory cortex, and each neurons connect to hundreds of other neurons. And that the number of chemical compounds which appear in the brain is formidable.  That includes never detected ones. Brain isn't made up in line with pre-made design.  The network of neurons self-organizes to adjust the circumstances.  The complexity refuses the invasion of investigation.  But from now on, we must get into such a complex world.