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With the rapid development of the technological innovations in information engineering, the Department of Intellectual Information Engineering of the University of Toyama is dedicated to educating and equipping the students with the abilities to adapt to the changes in the industry. In addition to software, students will be able to deepen their understanding and broaden their knowledge of hardware. A total of 9 laboratories have been established in order to promote our research aiming to connect “information” with industry and medical development. The labs include Computer Software System, Pattern Recognition, Media Information and Communication Technology, Simulation Engineering, Visual and Kansei Information Processing, Medical Information Sensing, Information Communication Networks, Human Information Processing, and Quantum Information. Our ultimate objective is to educate and train engineers and researchers who can play a key role in the next ten and twenty years.

Intellectual Information Engineering

Fields of Learning

  • Basics and application of information and communication technology
  • Comprehensive technology essential to build ubiquitous networks in all societies
  • Information processing technology of sensing, cognition and KANSEI
  • The latest artificial intelligence on the basis of brain science


Research Laboratories

Intellectual Systems Engineering

Computer Software System

  • Signal processing
  • Machine learning
  • Brain science


Pattern Recognition

  • Classifier design
  • Object recognition


Media Information and Communication Technology (MICT)

  • Image quality assessment using biological information(EEG, NIRS, etc.)
  • Assessment methodology for Quality of Experience(QoE)
  • Intelligent transport systems and its related image analysis


Simulation Engineering

  • Numerical simulations
  • Edutainment
  • Medical applications


Multimodal Information Engineering

Visual and Kansei Information Processing

  • Visual engineering
  • Kansei enginnering
  • Landscape evaluation


Medical Information Sensing

    • Biomedical measurement
    • Functional bioinformatics


Media Information Engineering

Information Communication Networks

  • M-array QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation)
  • Television broadcasting system
  • Optical communication system


Human Information Processing

  • Brain-like computer
  • Neural network
  • Computational intelligence


Quantum Information

  • Quantum Communication
  • Information Theory
  • Information Network


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