Department of Computer Science
2-12-1 Oookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-8552, Japan
Dr. Masaya Shimakawa, Dr. Shigeki Hagihara, Prof. Naoki Yonezaki et al. in Yonezaki Lab. won the Best paper award in
4th International Conference on Bioinformatics Models, Methods and Algorithms (BIOINFORMATICS/BIOTEC 2013) [2013/2/14]
Dr. Yousuke Watanabe, Mr. Hidetaka Kamigaito and Prof. Haruo Yokota won the emerald best paper award on the 14th international conference on information integration and Web-based applications & services (iiWAS2012). [2012/12/19]
Mr. Nakamasa Inoue, Mr. Kotaro Mori, and Assoc. Prof. Koichi Shinoda in Shinoda lab, in collaboration with Canon Inc., achieved the world's best performance in the TRECVID2012 video search workshop for the 2nd consecutive year [2012/11/14]
Dr. Masaya Shimakawa, Dr. Shigeki Hagihara and Prof. Naoki Yonezaki in Yonezaki Lab. won the Best paper award in the Second International Joint Conference on Advances in Signal Processing and Information Technology [2012/9/21]
Associate Professor Toyotaro Suzumura and master course student Koji Ueno's group ranked 3rd and 4th places
in the Graph 500 competition on June 2012.
The Graph 500 evaluated the efficiency of large graph analysis on supercomputer. [2012/06/19]
Master course student Mr. Takakazu Ikeda and Associate Professor Kenji Kise's group achieved the best performance in JILP Workshop on Computer Architecture Competitions:
Memory Scheduling Championship (MSC). [2012/06/11]
Associate Professor Shin'ya Nishizaki won the best paper award at
the Second International Conference on Advances in Information Technology and Mobile Communication. [2012/06/07]
2013 International Graduate Program [2012/04/04]
To apply to these programs, please contact prospective faculty members well before the deadline.
- The application documents for International Graduate Program (C)
must reach the Admission Division of TOKYO TECH
no later than May 25, 2012 by postal mail.
The research project of Associate Professor Koichi Shinoda and Doctoral student
Mr. Nakamawa Inoue achieved the best performance
in the TRECVID2011 video search workshop, outperforming 28 teams from all over the world. [2011/11/16]