Cyber Informatics(CI)

 This Program develops men and women who can design the upcoming ubiquitous network society and those who can create the platform that provides the infrastructure. These are the people who create new trends in the IT field. The IT specialists that this Program aims to develop are:

  • Professional engineers capable of joining a business and contributing immediately
  • Researchers and innovators with bold technological vision
  • Venture entrepreneurs who understand the technology
  • CIOs and designers who deploy and use the technology

The Program focuses on "Novel Computing and Communication Systems" that go beyond the framework of existing computer science. The core areas of the Program are:

  • Internet Systems and Applications
  • Ubiquitous Computing and Networking
  • System Software
  • Knowledge and Information Systems
  • Information Security
  • Interaction Design
  • Enterprise Computing

Each area has systematic courses. Through taking these courses and pursuing advanced, practical research in Project Courses, students acquire the ability to practice IT and resolve problems in the real world.

Affiliated Projects

  • Mobile and Ubiquitous Internet
  • Ubiquitous Computing and Networking
  • Novel Computing
  • Place and Mobile Media
  • IT Systems
  • Virtual Value Research
  • Interaction Design
  • CI project
  • Cognitive and Language Development and Learning

Graduate School of Media and Governance > Registration Numbers of Graduation Project

Interview

Designing the Ubiquitous Network Society

Tatsuya Hagino
Professor, Program Chairperson

The computer, the Internet, and other digital technology developed in the 20th century now provide the social infrastructure that supports people and society in the 21st century. The CI Program conducts a broad range of research activities aimed at creating a future society that is affluent, safe and fun: research into the technology and methods required for network construction and the digital processing of information, including numerical expression, storage, transmission, concealment, and restoration; research into the new creation of the whole of space based on the information technology which is called 'ubiquitous computing'; research into applications and interfaces that connect people to technology; and research into the design of a new society, which we will have to consider after everything has been linked together.

Faculty Members (as of April, 2016)

Note: "◎" indicates the Program chairperson.

Name Title Research Interest(S)
HAGINO, Tatsuya Professor Software Science (System Software, Web Technology)
HATTORI, Takashi Professor Computer Science
KIYOKI, Yasushi Professor Multimedia Database, Multidatabase Regal Policy
KUSUMOTO, Hiroyuki Professor Computer Network
MASUI Toshiyuki Professor User Interface, Ubiquitous Computing
MITSUGI, Jin Professor Wireless Communications, Computational Engineering
MURAI, Jun Professor Computer Communications, Operating System
NAKAMURA, Osamu Professor Computer Science, Internet
NAKAZAWA, Jin Associate Professor Distributed Systems, Middleware, Ubiquitous Computing,
Computer Networks
OGAWA, Katsuhiko Professor Communication Design, Network Sociology, Human Interface
SHINJO, Atsushi Associate Professor Information Policy, Computer Science, Agri-InfoScience, Health
Science, Advanced Photonics
TAKASHIO, Kazunori Associate Professor Distributed Systems, Real-Time Systems, Mobile Computing, Ubiquitous Computing
TAKEDA, Keiji Professor Information Security (Intrusion Detection, Security Architecture, Software Security etc.)
TAKEFUJI, Yoshiyasu Professor Neural Computing, Internet Gadgets, Security, Energy Harvesting
TOKUDA, Hideyuki Professor Computer Science, Distributed Systems, Operating Systems, Ubiquitous Computing, Cloud Computing
UEHARA, Keisuke Associate Professor Computer Networks
VAN METER, Rodney D. Associate Professor Quantum Computing, Post-Moore's Law Computer Architecture, Distributed Mass Storage Systems
WATANABE, Kenji Professor Kampo Medicine, Health Informatics, International Classification of Diseases

Sub-members:

Name Title Research Interest(S)
IBA,Takashi Associate Professor Pattern Languages, Creativity, Complex Systems, Social Systems Theory
KAWAZOE, Takeshi Professor Harmonic Analysis on Lie Groups, Fourier Analysis, Wavelet Analysis
NAKANISHI, Yasuto Associate Professor Information Design, Experience Design, Human Interface, Mobile Computing, Urban Computing, Design Aid System, Creative Activity Support

Possibilities after Graduation

This Program is focused on training IT specialists who can design/assemble the information infrastructure that forms the foundation of the information society, and intellectual information systems that are easy to use. These specialists are the designers/constructors of the cyber-society, information educators, corporate education managers, venture entrepreneurs, and leading researchers who can identify and resolve problems, as well as disseminate their knowledge.

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