Call for Admission to the International Doctoral Program in Informatics 2020 Scholarship offered by the Japanese Government(MEXT).
Refer to the Guidelines for Admission.
Currently, the guideline is tentative version.
Note that the guideline will be updated as soon as we decide more details, around mid-December.

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  • 2019-09-12Program-Specific Associate Professor Hiroyuki SATO (Dept. Applied Mathematics and Physics) received the 9th Research Encourage Award from the Operations Research Society of Japan.
  • 2019-09-04Program-Specific Associate Professor Hiroyuki SATO (Dept. Applied Mathematics and Physics) received the Best Paper Award 2019 of the Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics for the paper entitled “Riemannian Newton’s method on the Grassmann manifold exploiting the quotient structure”.
  • 2019-08-28Assistant Professor Jun SHIOMI (Dept. Communications and Computer Engineering) was awarded “IPSJ SLDM Best Paper Award”.
  • 2019-08-22Mr. Satoshi MIYAKE (Dept. Communications and Computer Engineering) was awarded “The 31st workshop on circuits and systems young researcher award” for the paper entitled “Efficient Computation Of Convolutional Neural Network Through Frequency-Domain Learning.”
  • 2019-06-27Mr. Kenta YAMAMOTO and his supervisors (Dept. Intelligence Science and Technology) were awarded Best Paper Award of JSAI Incentive Award for the paper entitled “Corpus-based Analysis of Character Expression Model Using Dialogue Behaviors”.
  • 2019-06-10Mr. Taichi NISHIMURA was awarded Best Paper Award of CEA2019 for the paper entitled “Frame Selection for Producing Recipe with Pictures from an Execution of a Recipe”.
  • 2019-06-03Mr. Kouki TANAKA (Dept. Intelligence Science and Technology) was awarded Best Paper Award of IPSJ National Convention for the paper entitled “Selection of utterance constructional units based on favorable impression to a user and its implementation on a speed-dating dialogue system”.
  • 2019-05-14Mr. Ryo NISHIKIMI (Dept. Intelligence Science and Technology ) was awarded “IPSJ Yamashita SIG Research Award” for the paper entitled “Scale- and rhythm-aware musical note estimation for vocal F0 trajectories based on a semi-tatum-synchronous hierarchical hidden semi-Markov model”.

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