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Hiroaki Natsukawa

Hiroaki Natsukawa
Born in Takarazuka city, Hyogo in 1986.
After working as a special researcher at the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS: DC 1), and program-specific assistant professor at Graduate School of Engineering and Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies at Kyoto University, he became an program-specific junior associate professor (senior lecturer) at Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University from April 2019.

Career

2008
Graduated from Kyoto University (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
2010 - 2013
JSPS Research Fellow DC1, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
2013
Received a Ph.D from the Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University
2013 - 2016
Kyoto University Graduate School of Engineering, Program-Specific Assistant Professor
2016 - 2019
Kyoto University Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Program-Specific Assistant Professor
2018
University of California, San Diego (UCSD), Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Visiting Scholar
2019 - Present
Kyoto University Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Program-Specific Junior Associate Professor

Message

I am engaged in research on information visualization to support the understanding of a wide variety of data. I have been conducting research on data-driven visual analytics that integrates analysis of large-scale and dynamic networks and information visualization techniques in the fields of neuroscience, ecology, and biology etc.

Member

Ting Wang
D1
Research: Visualization of state transitions
Haobin Li
M1
Research: Derivation and mathematical analysis of partial differential equations, time-series data analysis, etc.
Shungo Ishino
Technical assistant (Kyoto University, Institute for Research in Humanities)
Research: Development of a visual analytics system for ancient Indian ritual literature

Mentor/Professor

Koji Koyamada
Professor, Mentor (Kyoto University, Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies
Research: Scientific visualization, visual data science, matematical optimization

Collaborator

George Sugihara
Professor (University of California, San Diego)
Research: Nonlinear dynamics, network theory, detecting causality in complex ecosystems
Gerald Pao
MD. PhD., (Salk Institute for Biological Studies)
Research: Neuroscience, nonlinear dynamics
Kyoko Amano
Associate professor, (Kyoto University, Institute for Research in Humanities)
Research: Research on the linguistic, social and cultural background of ancient Indian ritual literature
Yusuke Imoto
Assistant professor, (Kyoto University, Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology)
Research: Applied Mathematics, topological data analysis

Graduate

Nozomi AOYAMA (2018-2020)

Shun HAMACHI (2019-2021)

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