(As of June 14, 2015)

Yamazaki laboratory has been engaged in theoretical/computational modeling and numerical simulation of neural networks of the brain. We have three research topics as follows:

  1. Neuroscience, to understand how the brain works
  2. Computational science, to conduct computer simulation faster and reliable
  3. Engineering, to apply the power of neural network models for real-world problems

We are synergistically working on neuroscience, mathematics, computational science, rehabilitation, and robotics, to better understand the brain.

We introduce our research themes after Yamazaki came to UEC Tokyo (still under construction). Older themes are shown in another page.

If you are interested in our research, please contact us.