中嶋研究室 / Nakajima Lab​

 

東京大学大学院 情報理工学系研究科 情報理工学教育研究センター 次世代知能科学研究部門
東京大学 連携研究機構 次世代知能科学研究センター(AIセンター)(兼務)
東京大学大学院 情報理工学系研究科 先端人工知能学教育寄付講座(兼務)
東京大学大学院 情報理工学系研究科 創造情報学専攻(兼担)

Next Generation Artificial Intelligence Research Center (AI Center),
The University of Tokyo

Chair for Frontier AI Education, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,

The University of Tokyo

Department of Creative Informatics, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,
The University of Tokyo

東京都文京区本郷7-3-1

7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-8656 Tokyo, Japan

Email: k_nakajima[at]mech.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Information,

Dynamics,

Computation,...

 

Soft Robotics,

Physical Reservoir Computing,...

中嶋研究室へようこそ!

 

東京大学大学院情報理工学系研究科創造情報学専攻の研究室として発足しました。
中嶋研究室では、特任研究員、大学院生(博士課程・修士課程)を募集しています。
興味のある方は、メールにてご連絡ください。

 


Welcome to Nakajima Lab!

 

Our lab is diverse and interdisciplinary. 
Prospective students/postdocs are encouraged to email k_nakajima@mech.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp for more details.

Reservoir Computing Seminarを開催しています

 

2021年度のReservoir Computing Seminarを4月より開催します。
Reservoir Computingを中心に、
ソフトロボティクス、カオス力学系、スピントロニクス、量子機械学習などの
研究発表やジャーナルクラブを行います。
参加を希望される方は、メールにてご連絡ください。
現在は、zoomによる参加となります。

2021/03/08-10
International Conference: Differential Equations for Data Science 2021 (DEDS2021)

date: March 8(Mon)-10(Wed), 2021
place: Online (Zoom)

info: http://scheme.hn/deds2021/


aim

This conference is mainly devoted to new mathematical aspects on machine learning algorithms, big data analysis, and other topics in data science area, from a viewpoint of differential equations. In recent years, several interesting connections between differential equations and data science have been found and attract attention from researchers of differential equations. In this conference, we will gather such researchers of differential equations who have interest in data science and try to shed new light on mathematical foundations on the topics in machine learning/data science.

 

invited speakers
Hayato Chiba (Tohoku University, Japan)
Yoshikazu Giga (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Lyudmila Grigoryeva (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Boumediene Hamzi (Imperial College London, UK)
Masato Kimura (Kanazawa University, Japan)
Hiroshi Kokubu (Kyoto University, Japan)
Yiping Lu (Stanford University, USA)
Stefano Massaroli (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Kengo Nakai (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan)
Kohei Nakajima (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Hirofumi Notsu (Kanazawa University, Japan)
Sho Sonoda (RIKEN, Japan)
Tomohiro Taniguchi (AIST, Japan)
Matthew Thorpe (The University of Manchester, UK)
Yves van Gennip (TU Delft, Netherlands)

 

2021/03/17
2021日本数学会年会にて特別講演

応用数学 (第VIII会場):「物理リザバー計算」
日時:3月17日11:00-12:00
info:
http://www.mathsoc.jp/assets/pdf/activity/meeting/keio21mar/program/prog21mar_ja_20210215.pdf

2021/03/24-26
2021 International Workshop on Next Generation Embodied Intelligence (EI Workshop 2021)

March 24-26, 2021
Online Zoom webinars for free
https://eiworkshop.org

 

General Chair: Fumiya Iida
Programme committee: Josh Bongard, Kohei Nakajima, Josie Hughes, Toby Howison
Outreach and podcast: Marwa ElDiwiny, Hadi Sadati 
Local chair: Veronica Egorova

Summary
There has been a long-standing debate about how our mind controls our body, or how our mind is being controlled by our body. This debate turns out to be a profound scientific question still today to deepen our understanding of the nature of human, and other animals', intelligent  adaptive behaviours. The research field of Embodied Intelligence put the physical entity of our body in the middle of the research subject to gain further insights into intelligence, and explore how our brain and ourselves as a whole develop through physical interactions with the world. In the age of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, the research of embodied intelligence is still highly important, and delivering even more valuable input to extend the impact of conventional AI technology in the near future. For this reason, this workshop aims to put together the world leaders of this research area, to review the state of the art, and to discuss future research directions and collaborations.

Programme
The workshop is structured with a morning session and afternoon session each day to accommodate different time zones. Each session includes plenary talks, panel discussions (including flash talks by leading researchers), and breakout sessions as shown in the website. While plenary and panel speakers are invitation-only, we solicit wider contributions in breakout sessions to facilitate more focused and technical discussions in the focused research areas including soft robotics, developmental-evolutionary robotics, neuro-cognitive science, artificial life, artificial intelligence, biophysics, and philosophy of science. 

To Contribute
We encourage all workshop participants to submit your views on embodied intelligence research. You are welcome to submit a title and abstract describing conceptual, theoretical, or technical contributions when you register participation here. 
Once contribution is submitted, the organisers will allocate a short time slot in one of the breakout sessions. As an option, your contribution can also include an extended abstract, recorded lecture, and/or poster, which will be made available at the workshop website. Your contribution can be edited anytime after your registration until the week before the workshop. The selected contributions will be later invited for special issue publications, book chapters, or prizes (more details later).

Plenary speakers
   • Takashi Ikegami (University of Tokyo)
   • Pietro Cicuta (University of Cambridge)
   • Rob Shepherd (Cornell University)
   • Olaf Sporns (Indiana University)
   • Karl Friston (UCL)
   • Hiroshi Ishiguro (Osaka University)
   • Yasuo Kuniyoshi (University of Tokyo)


Other invited speakers
   • Thrish Nanayakkara (Imperial College)
   • Stoyan Smoukov (Queen Mary University)
   • Andy Clark (University of Sussex)
   • Matt Crosby (Imperial College)
   • Cecilia Laschi (National University Singapore)
   • Nihat Ay (Max Planck Institute)
   • Barbara Mazzolai (Italian Institute of Technology)
   • Dario Floreano (EPFL)
   • Helmut Hauser (University of Bristol)
   • Jamie Paik (EPFL)
   • Li Wen (Beihang University)
   • Daniela Rus (MIT)
   • Jun Tani (OIST)
   • Metin Sitti (Max Planck Institute)
   • Lakshminarayanan Mahadevan (Harvard University)
   • Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio (Yale University)
   • Kyujin Cho (Seoul National University)
   • Daniel Goldman (Georgia Tech)
   • Mirko Kovac (Imperial College)
   • Barbara Webb (University of Edinburgh)
   • Yoshiyuki Sankai (University of Tsukuba, CYBERDYNE Inc.)
   • Gusz Eiben (University Amsterdam)
   • Andy Tyrrell (University of York)
   • David Haward (CSIRO)
   • Perla Maiolino (University of Oxford)
   • Federico Renda (Khalifa University)
   • Dana Damian, Shuhei Miyashita, Roderich Gross (University of Sheffield)
   • Angelo Cangelosi (University of Manchester)
   • Andre Rosendo (Shanghai Tech University)
   • Matej Hoffmann (Czech Technical University in Prague)
   • Stephane Viollet (Aix Marseille Universite)
   • Angel del Pobil (Universitat Jaume-I)
   • Lucia Beccai (Italian Institute of Technology)
   • Karina Vold (University of Tronto)
   • … many more to confirm


If you have any questions, feel free to contact the organisers using the webform below. Alternatively, you can email us directly at help@eiworkshop.org

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