Topics: Computer and Information Sciences for Globalization
Topics are related to application of computer and information sciences for challenging global, real-world problems.
We offer courses and conduct research related to wide range of topics in computer and information sciences, to have students acquire knowledge and experience necessary to challenge real-world problems, as well as global communication skills and leadership.
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Prof. Kaoru UCHIDA
Real World Understanding Lab
Professor (Graduate School)
Ph.D. (Information Sciences)
- Pattern recognition and its real-world applications
- Business innovation through computer and information sciences
Professor Kaoru UCHIDA received his B.E. degree in Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics from the University of Tokyo, Japan, in 1984, his M.S. degree in Computer Science from Stanford University, U.S.A., in 1991, and his Ph.D. degree in Information Sciences from Tohoku University, Japan, in 2003. He was formerly with NEC Corporation, where he was engaged in research in pattern recognition and biometric personal identification, and also in design and development of mobile terminals, smart devices and services whereupon. Since April 2014, he has been a Professor at the Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences, Hosei University.
I was in business for over 20 years and enjoyed not only research and development of cutting-edge technologies but also various challenges, competitions and collaborations in the global business frontier. It is my hope to share my knowledge and experiences with younger students for their success as true professionals in academia and/or in business. Let us work together so that we can contribute to innovate the world for a better future!