A mathematical neuroinformatics group aims to develop algorithms and theories regarding machine learning and pattern recognition. Our group is a subdivision of Human Informatics Research Institute
Neural networks in the brain can perform complex information processing tasks more flexibly than existent technologies. This group aims at mathematical studies of the principles underlying information processing in the brain through elucidating how information is represented, what types of learning/adaptation algorithms are used, and why neuronal architecture is useful for information processing.
Please contact to the receptionist desk at the first floor of the Central 2 building.
Acceptance of visitors and students
We accept various kinds of visitors and students (One-day visit / Short or long stay / Postdoc supported by certain budget (e.g. JSPS) / etc.)
The employment information can be available at AIST: Job Opportunities page.
If you are interested in visiting or staying, please contact to the address below.
Mathematical Neuroinformatics Group
Address: AIST Central 2, 1-1-1 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8568 Japan