Welcome to my page
This is the web page of Dr. Gouhei Tanaka, who is currently a Project Associate Professor of Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo. He received the B.E. degree in mathematical engineering and the Ph.D degree in complexity science from the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, in 2000 and 2005, respectively. His research interests include complexity science and mathematical engineering.
Applicants who hope to join the laboratory as graduate course students should refer to the following admission information:
News and schedules
2016 June 15: We will organize a special session in ICONIP at Kyoto, Bio-Inspired / Energy-Efficient Information Processing: Theory, Systems, Devices and Applications.
2016 June 10: I have given an invited talk in School/Workshop on Applicable Theory of Switched Systems at UT Dallas.
2016 Apr.24: We have organized 2016 A3 Workshop on Interdisciplinary Research Connecting Mathematics and Biology at Peking University on Apr. 22-24.
2016 Feb.19: We have organized The 2nd workshop on bio-inspired energy-efficient information systems at the University of Tokyo on March 2nd.
2015 Jun.24: Our paper entitled Intermittent androgen suppression: estimating parameters for individual patients based on initial PSA data in response toandrogen deprivation therapy has been published online in PLOS ONE.
2015 Apr.20: Our paper entitled Robustness of oscillatory behavior in correlated networks has been pulished in PLOS ONE.
2015 Mar.21: The book "Mathematical Approaches to Biological Systems: Networks, Oscillations, and Collective Motions" has been published online from Springer.
2015 Jan.1: Our paper entitled "Public Opinion Formation with the Spiral of Silence on Complex Social Networks" has been published online in Nonlinear Theory and its Applications, IEICE.
Here is the past news.
address: Aihara-lab, Ew-405, 4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8505, Japan
phone: +81-3-5452-6372 (03-5452-6372)
email: gouhei [at] sat.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp