Projects

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learning model team

learning model team

building learning models that find out tacit knowledge

Movement analysis team

Movement analysis team

Discovering tacit knowledge by data science techniques

Simulation team

Simulation team

Building control/learning models using constructive approaches

music / expression technique team

music / expression technique team

Quantative study about the information processing that brings emotion

Neurophysiology team

Neurophysiology team

Analyzing neural activity in brain

Recent Posts

Crawling movement of an octopus

As mentioned in the TED talk, the nervous system of an octopus is spread throughout the body, and about 70% of nerve cells are in the eight arms. Each arm can move independently by the information processing of the peripheral nervous system. Furthermore, by exchanging information among the peripheral nervous system and the central nervous system, the octopus can coordinate the arm movements and realize swimming and crawling.

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Professor of Graduate School of Sciences and Technology for Innovation

Yamaguchi University

Biography

Jun Nishii is a professor at Yamaguchi Univ., JAPAN. His research interests include brain modeling, biomechanics, and skill science.

Interests

  • Neural Networks
  • Biomechanics
  • Brain modelling
  • Skill Science

Career

  • Professor, 2010

    Yamaguchi University

  • Associate Professor, 1999

    Yamaguchi University

  • Special Postdoctoral Fellow, 1996

    RIKEN

  • Research Associate, 1992

    University of Tokyo

Degree

  • PhD in Engineering, 1996

    University of Tokyo

  • Master in Engineering, 1992

    University of Tokyo

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