We humans perceive, and understand, the external world from sensory signals captured by eyes, ears and other sensory organs, in order to communicate with the world and people around us. We study the information processing mechanisms in the human brain that support the cognitive communication abilities, by means of psychophysical experiments and functional brain recordings. We then leverage our basic scientific insights about human cognitive processing to develop innovative information communication technologies.

What's New

Lab Member Page Updated. (24/10/2019)
・ Lab name has been changed to "Cognitive Informatics". (1/6/2019)
・ Professor Shin'ya Nishida arrived at his new post. (1/4/2019)


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