ABOUT

Information Somatics Lab (Inami-Hiyama Lab), Research Center for Advanced Science and Technologies, the University of Tokyo

Inami Laboratory was founded in 2003, at the Department of Intelligent Mechanical Engineering of the University of Electro-Communications. In 2008, it moved to Keio University Graduate School of Media Design (KMD), and drives research projects on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Reality Media, Superhuman Sports, and so on. In November 2015, it has moved to the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology at the University of Tokyo. Since April 2016, it also belongs to the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology. Currently, we have facilities at Hongo Campus, Komaba Research Campus, and the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.

For Applicants:

Professor Inami values the importance of team diversity in the laboratory. We are recruiting people who have research projects to work on, regardless of specialization, organization, or age. We are accepting students from the following departments.

Department of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics Bachelor
Graduate School of Information Science and Technology Master, PhD
Emerging design and informatics course, III/GSII Master, PhD
Department of Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School of Engineering
PhD

For Companies:

We actively promote collaborative research. If you are interested in tackling issues together, (not so-called “entrusted research” or “technology licensing”), please contact us. You can also ask us about doctoral courses and visiting/appointed researcher posts.

Contact to:

Please contact “contact@star.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp” if you have any questions about admissions, interviews, lecture requests, or collaborative research.


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