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Important Announcement

 From April 1, 2023, most of the research activities of our laboratory have moved to Tokyo University of Science (TUS). At the same time that Professor Ishikawa's research activities have been transferred to TUS, Associate Professor Hayakawa, Associate Professor Miyashita, Lecturer Huang, and Assistant Professor Tabata have moved their research activities to TUS, and their laboratory are located at the Katsushika Campus of TUS. Due to the project execution reasons. Project Assistant Professor Sueishi will belong to the University of Tokyo (UTokyo) for the time being, and our laboratory will remain on the Hongo Campus of UTokyo, and Project Associate Professor Hayakawa will also work part-time at UTokyo. The research activities of the UTokyo will be transferred to TUS when there is no reason for the project to be carried out at UTokyo. Many of the administrative staff have moved to TUS, and only some of them work at UTokyo.
 As a result, in FY2023, the Ishikawa Group Laboratory is divided into TUS (Ishikawa, Hayakawa, Miyashita, Huang, Tabata) and the UTokyo (Hayakawa, Sueishi), but as the Ishikawa Group Laboratory, we are carrying out research activities in an integrated manner as before. Therefore, the laboratory name and homepage URL are the same as before.
 Thank you in advance for your continued support.


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    The real physical world essentially has parallel and real-time computing architectures, including sensors and robots, as well as social and psychological phenomena. Realizing an equivalent architecture based on engineering technology will help us to understand the real world, bring various advantages to applications, allow us to achieve performance levels far exceeding conventional systems, and eventually make it possible to build genuinely new information systems. Our laboratory, in particular, conducts research on exploring parallel, high-speed, and real-time operations for sensory information processing, some of which are listed below. Also, we are focusing on finding new industrial markets and strongly promoting technology transfer of our research outcomes in diverse ways, including collaborative research and commercialization.  
I. Research on Sensor Fusion theory, construction of system architectures, and applications to high-speed intelligent robots aimed at the engineered re-formation of the five senses. In particular, applications include the development of high-speed intelligent robots based on sensor feedback using visual sensorsand tactile sensors and the development of new tasks.  
II. Research on Dynamic Vision System for development of fundamental technology and creation of application system by adaptively acquiring information of moving objects based on high-speed image processing and dynamic optics. In particular, technology development of high-speed optical axis control and variable optical systems, and implementation of application system on image measurement/information presentation in dynamic environment.  
III. Research on System Vision Design for designing high-speed image processing technology (theory, algorithms, and devices) and the realization of application systems. In particular, the development of application-oriented high-speed image processing systems and innovative applications creating new value by driving at speeds that far exceed the capabilities of the human eye.  
IV. Research on Active Perception for creating a new style of interaction by using sensation-enhancing technology and its applications, in particular, the construction of a modality that is meaningful for humans and the realization of futuristic information environments and human interfaces based on various high-speed technologies.  
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Recognition and Behavior in Smart Systems 2023

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***  From April 1, the official name of our laboratory was changed to "Ishikawa Hayakawa Miyashita Huang Sueishi Laboratory" on April 1st, 2020, but since it is long, we usually use the abbreviation "Ishikawa Group Laboratory", which has been used since April 1, 2020. The names of "Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory", "Ishikawa Senoo Laboratory", "Ishikawa Oku Laboratory", "Ishikawa Komuro Laboratory", "Ishikawa Namiki Komuro Laboratory", "Ishikawa Namiki Laboratory", "Ishikawa Hashimoto Laboratory", and "Ishikawa Laboratory" are past names of our laboratory.  
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