Engineer Profile

We introduce our engineers as follows.
(NOTE: Achievements are not necessarily of our company but of each engineer of past activities).

KURAYA Chihiro, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
KURAYA Chihiro
I am studying everyday mathematical theories and system programming skills to produce state-of-the-art practical technologies based on intelligent computing. I wish to establish a company where many researchers produce unique products to their heart's content.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Statistical Analysis, Time Series Analysis, Signal Processing,
Speech Processing

[ Skill ]

C/C++, Java, C#, Python, PHP, Scheme, MATLAB, LabVIEW

[ Achievements ]
  • Independent Component Analysis, technological survey and lecture.
  • Bayesian Network, technological survey.
  • Change Point Detection of Time Series, technological survey.
  • Periodic Impulse Waveform Extraction, technological survey and implementation.
  • Text-To-Speech Synthesis Program, porting from Scheme/C++ to lightweight C.
  • Tone Representation and Resynthesis System for Speech and Sound, R&D.
  • Statistical Analysis and Signal Processing Tools by MATLAB, development.
  • Anomaly Detection by Machine Vibration, algorithm R&D.
  • Noise Reduction Algorithm by Wavelet Analysis, R&D.
  • Optical Diagnostics System for Substrate, algorithm R&D.
  • Optimized Numerical Control for Semiconductor Production Device, software R&D.
  • Human Multi-Sensor Simultaneous Measurement and Management System, development.
  • Zigbee Wireless Sensor Network Monitoring System, development.
  • Medical and Aircraft Safety Analysis System, performance tuning research.
  • Web Guidance System using Ontology, development.
  • 3DCG Displaying System using Natural Language Processing, development.
  • Rule-based Social Experiment System, development.
  • Intelligent Robots, Five Sense Engineering, Experience Media, technology report.
  • Complex Problem Guidance System using Data Mining, R&D
  • Network Security Auto Verification System, development.
  • Discourse Video and Audio Analysis System, development.
  • Recent Statistical Modeling Algorithm Survey, technology report and lecture.
OKADA Koutaroh, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
OKADA Koutaroh
Appeal point is techniques for signal processing. Especially, it is my forte to extract information buried in noise or other signal using extensive techniques.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Filtering, Clustering Analysis, Multivariate Analysis,
Frequency Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Simulation,
Information Analysis for Neurophysiology

[ Skill ]

C, Fortran, LabVIEW, Visual Basic, C#

[ Degree ]

Doctor of Engineering (University of Tokyo)

[ Academy ]

Society for Neuroscience member, Zoological Society of Japan member, the Japanese Association for the Study of Taste and Smell (JASTS) member, Japanese Society of Applied Entomology and Zoology (JSAEZ) member

[ Research Fields ]

Olfactory Information Processing in Invertebrate CNS. Development of Multi-Function Probe for Intracellular Recording. High Speed Optical Recording of Membrane Potential in Olfactory.

[ Papers ]
  1. Perez Goodwyn P, Katsumata-Wada A, Okada K: Morphology and neurophysiology of tarsal vibration receptors in the water strider Aquarius paludum (Heteroptera: Gerridae), J. Insect Physiol. 55(2009), pp. 855-861
  2. Okada K, Sakuma M: An odor stimulator controlling odor-temporal pattern applicable in insect olfaction study Chem. Senses. 34(2009), pp. 425-433
  3. Masaki Shuzo, Koutaroh Okada, Ryohei Kanzaki, Isao Shimoyama: Fluorescence Detection System Using a Metal-coated Glass Micropipette, The 20th IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS '07),(2007,Jan.), pp. 207-210.
  4. Masaki Shuzo, Koutaroh Okada, Hidekazu Arai, Ryohei Kanzaki, Isao Shimoyama: High Resolution and S/N Ratio Nano Probing System, The 19th International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS '06), (2006, Jan.), pp. 550-553.
  5. Masaki Shuzo, Tomoki Kazawa, Koutaroh Okada, Ryohei Kanzaki, Isao Shimoyama: Intracellular Recording and Calcium Measurement in a Single Neuron of Aplysia Using a Nano-Probe, The 10th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (μTAS2006),(2006, Nov.), pp. 1402-1404.
  6. Hill ES, Okada K, Kanzaki R: Visualization of modulatory effects of serotonin in the silkmoth antennal lobe. J. Exp. Biol 206(2003), pp. 345-352.
  7. Ai H, Okada K, Hill ES, and Kanzaki R: Spatio-temporal activities in the antennal lobe analyzed by an optical recording method in the male silkworm moth Bombyx mori, Neurosci. lett. 258 (1998) , pp. 135-138
  8. Okada K, Kanzaki R and Kawachi K: High-speed voltage-sensitive dye imaging of an in vivo insect brain, Neurosci. Lett. 209 (1996), pp. 197-200
  9. Okada K, Kanzaki R and Kawachi K: (1995) Optical recording with voltage-sensitive dye in an insect brain. In "Nervous Systems and Behavior" (Eds. Burrows, Matheson, Newland and Schuppe). Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Neuroethology, Georg Thieme Verlag Stutgart, New York, pp. 390
YOSHIMOTO Eiichi, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
YOSHIMOTO Eiichi
I am specialized in developmental biology and numerical simulation. I can easily communicate with experimental biologists who don't have computational background. I am studying technologies not only in biology but also in other fields now.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Numerical Simulation, GUI Design

[ Skill ]

Visual Basic .NET, C#, Java, C++

[ Research Fields ]

Numerical and experimental approach for animal morphogenesis and pattern formation.

[ Keyword ]

self organization, pattern formation, animal morphogenesis, developmental biology, reaction-diffusion system, segmentation clock, computational geometry

[ Academic Background ]

Nagoya University
Master of Science (Biology)

[ Papers and Publication ]
  1. Horikawa K, Ishimatsu K, Yoshimoto E, Kondo S, Takeda H. Noise-resistant and synchronized oscillation of the segmentation clock. Nature. 2006 Jun 8;441(7094):719-23.
  2. Yamaguchi M, Yoshimoto E, Kondo S. Pattern regulation in the stripe of zebrafish suggests an underlying dynamic and autonomous mechanism. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2007 Mar 20;104(12):4790-3.
  3. Eiichi Yoshimoto, Shigeru Kondo Mathematical modeling of animal morphogenesis; pattern formation on the cell-based growing field Society for Mathematical Biology Conference (2008 Toronto)
MURATA Satoshi, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
MURATA Satoshi
I have experience in experiment and analysis of various kinds of human sensing. I am trying to construct the system that can help person's activity through human sensing.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Signal Processing, Time Series Analysis, System Development

[ Skill ]

MATLAB, C/C++,Java, PHP, C#

[ Academy ]

Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ), The Japan Neuroscience Society (JNSS)

[ Research Fields ]

Neuroinformatics, Human Sensing

[ Research Performance ]
  • Presentation of Virtual Objects' Material through Thermal Sense
  • Supporting Human Recall by Wearable Computers
  • Detecting User's Intent from EEG
[ Achievements ]
  • Toolbox of Decoding Analysis for Brain Data, development
  • Converter/Reader of Neuroshare Format File, development
  • Database of Neurophysiological Data focused on Time Series, development
[ Academic Background ]

Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Master of Engineering

[ Papers and Publication ]
  1. S. Murata, M. Takemiya, Y. Kamitani: BrainLiner: Data Sharing and Manipulation Tools for Neuroscience, Neuroscience2011.
  2. S. Murata, M. Takemiya, Y. Kamitani: Facilitating Brain-Machine Interface Research through Data-Sharing, Neuro2010.
  3. M. Takemiya, S. Murata, Y. Kamitani: A Web Portal and Search Engine to Promote Collaboration in Brain-Machine Interface Research, Neuroinformatics2010.
  4. S. Murata, T. Kawamura, Y. Kono, M. Kidode: Detecting a User's Request to Record Experience by Analyzing Brainwave Information, ISWC2005 On-Body Sensing Workshop.
  5. S. Murata, T. Kawamura, Y. Kono, M. Kidode: Supporting Subject Experience Editing in the Ubiquitous Memories Environment, RO-MAN2004.
MATSUEDA Atsuo, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
MATSUEDA Atsuo
An experienced engineer in experiments and observations of behavioral ecology. Especially I have been researching the mating behavior of water striders. I want to support your research in each stages with software from experiment planning to data acquisition and analysis. Currently, I am studying image processing, because I am interested in software recognition of animal behavior.
 
 
[ Speciality ]

Behavioral ecology, Simulation

[ Skill ]

C/C++, Visual Basic, C#, PHP, MySQL, R

[ Academic Background ]

Ph. Dr Kyoto Univ.

[ Academy ]

Applied Entomology and Zoology, Japan Ethological Society

[ Papers and Publication ]
  1. Matsueda A., Fujisaki K. Influence of male density on guarding behaviour in the water strider Aquarius paludum (Heteroptera: Gerridae) Eur. J. Entomol. 2011, 108(4): 597-601
  2. Matsueda A., Oosaki N. (2001) Operational sex ratio and mating strategy in Gerris insularis. The 45th annual meeting of Applied Entomology and Zoology, Shimane Univ.
  3. Matsueda A., Fujisaki K. (2006) Influence of experience of male water strider in guarding behavior. The 50th annual meeting of Applied Entomology and Zoology, Tsukuba Univ.
  4. Matsueda A., Fujisaki K. (2007) Intra-guild predation of Aquarius paludum on A. elongatus in nymphal period. The 51st annual meeting of Applied Entomology and Zoology, Hiroshima Univ.
  5. Matsueda A., Fujisaki K. (2009) Why water strider males do not dismount voluntarily after copulation? The 53rd annual meeting of Applied Entomology and Zoology, Hokkaido Univ.
  6. Matsueda A., Fujisaki K. (2011) Behavoral study in sex ratio recognition of male of water strider. The 55th annual meeting of Applied Entomology and Zoology, Kyushu Univ.
  7. Matsueda A., Fujisaki K. (2012) Cue of guarding behavior decision of water strider (Aquarius paludum) males. The 56th annual meeting of Applied Entomology and Zoology, Kinki Univ.
  8. Nakajima Y., Matsueda A., (2011) Fujisaki K. Predation pressure producing intraspecific variation in egg mass size and its working mechanism. The 27th annual meeting of The Society of Population Ecology, Okayama Univ.
TAKADA Naoki, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
TAKADA Naoki
I am an engineer having experience in neurophysiological research and the development of programs related to measurement systems and time series analysis. I am developing software which well fit the purpose of individual experiments and analysis by taking advantage of my research experiences. I am also trying to implement algorithms, which requires scientific expertise based on research articles.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Time Series Analysis, Signal Processing, Time-Frequency Analysis,
Data Analysis and Image Processing for Neuroscience Research

[ Skill ]

C#, MATLAB, LabVIEW

[ Degree ]

Ph.D. (neuroscience field) at Osaka University

[ Academy ]

The Japan Neuroscience Society

[ Research Fields ]
  • Information processing in the mammalian neocortex.
  • Development of software systems for recording electrical signals of single neurons.
  • Construction of two-photon microscope system in combination with the electrophysiological recording system.
[ Papers ]
  1. Valery Grinevich, Alexander Kolleker, Marina Eliava, Naoki Takada, Hiroshi Takuma, Yugo Fukazawa, Ryuichi Shigemoto, Dietmar Kuhl, Jack Waters, Peter H. Seeburg, Pavel Osten (2009) Fluorescent Arc/Arg3.1 indicator mice: a versatile tool to study brain activity changes in vitro and in vivo. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 184:25-36.
  2. Ming Ren, Yumiko Yoshimura, Naoki Takada, Shoko Horibe, Yukio Komatsu (2007) Specialized inhibitory synaptic actions between nearby neocortical pyramidal neurons. Science 316(5825):758-61.
  3. Naoki Takada, Yuchio Yanagawa, Yukio Komatsu (2005) Activity-dependent maturation of excitatory synaptic connections in solitary neuron cultures of mouse neocortex. European Journal of Neuroscience 21:422-430.
  4. Naoki Takada (2001) Effects of chronic exposure of brain-derived neurotrophic factor on synaptic responses of solitary neurons cultured from rat visual cortex. Osaka University Medical Journal 52:293-299.
  5. Nobuaki Taniguchi, Naoki Takada, Eiji Kumura, Fumitaka Kimura, Tadaharu Tsumoto (2000) Actions of BDNF on evoked and spontaneous EPSCs dissociate with maturation of neurones cultured from rat visual cortex. Journal of Physiology 527:579-592.
YAMAMOTO Tao, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
YAMAMOTO Tao
I'm trying to develop software which is very helpful, unique and amusing, taking advantage of my knowledge and experience in physics and engineering.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Computational physics, Combinatorial optimization

[ Skill ]

C/C++, C#, Fortran, Octave

[ Academic Background ]

Kyoto University, Graduate School of Energy Science, Master

[ Research Performance ]
  • Research of surface plasmon polariton on semiconductor with ultrafast pulse high intensity laser
  • Fabrication of nanoporous iron catalysis
[ Achievements ]
  • Derivation of the analytic solution for inverse kinematics calculation of a redundant robotic arm, development
  • Solver for the vehicle routing problem by meta-heuristic methods, development
  • A physics engine for dynamics simulation, development
ISHIKURA Takakazu, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
ISHIKURA Takakazu
On the computational biophysics field, I have studied to elucidate structure-function relationships of proteins, by calculating the free energy or the flow of physical properties such as energy and linear momentum in proteins by using molecular dynamics simulation.
I am aiming to develop a software to effectively analyze a mechanism of action in biological systems, by taking advantage of my experiences.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Molecular Simulation, Time Series Analysis,
Multivariate Analysis, Mathematical Programming

[ Skill ]

Python, Fortran, C/C++, MATLAB, Swift

[ Degree ]

Ph. D. (science), Nagoya University

[ Research Performance ]
  • Investigation of photoisomerized reaction dynamics on photo-induced proteins
  • Development of a novel drug discovery software
  • Investigated ligand-protein interactions by binding free energy calculation
  • Developed a CURP program that calculate and analyze the flow of physical properties in proteins
  • Atomic stress tensor investigation in proteins
  • Applied the energy flow analysis method to the G-protein coupled receptors
[ Papers and Publication ]
  1. Takakazu Ishikura, Yuki Iwata, Tatsuro Hatano, Takahisa Yamato, Energy exchange network of inter-residue interactions within a thermally fluctuating protein molecule: A computational study, Journal of Computational Chemistry, (2015) 36, 1709-1718
  2. Kazuhiro Takemura, Raghunadha Reddy Burri, Takeshi Ishikawa, Takakazu Ishikura, Shun Sakuraba, Nobuyuki Matubayasi, Kazuo Kuwata and Akio Kitao, Free-energy analysis of lysozyme–triNAG binding modes with all-atom molecular dynamics simulation combined with the solution theory in the energy representation, Chemical Physics Letters (2013), 559, 94-98
  3. Takakazu Ishikura, Tatsurou Hatano, and Takahisa Yamato, Computational analysis of inter-residue energy conductivity and intramolecular communication chart of β2 adrenergic receptor, Nagoya Symposium – Frontiers in Structural Physiology On the Occasion of the Inauguration of the Cellular and Structural Physiology Institute and the NEDO Project at Nagoya University, Nagoya University, Japan, Jan. 22-24, 2013
  4. Takakazu Ishikura, Tatsuro Hatano and Takahisa Yamato, Atomic stress tensor analysis of proteins, Chemical Physics Letters (2012), 539-540, 144-150
  5. Takeshi Ishikawa, Takakazu Ishikura, and Kazuo Kuwata, A Fragment Molecular Orbital Program "PAICS" and A Drug Discovery Software "NAGARA", Molecular Science (2011), 5, NP0015
  6. Takeshi Ishikawa, Takakazu Ishikura and Kazuo Kuwata, Theoretical study of the prion protein based on the fragment molecular orbital method, Journal of Computational Chemistry (2009), 30, 2594-2601
  7. Hiroshi C. Watanabe, Takakazu Ishikura, Takahisa Yamato, Theoretical modeling of the O-intermediate structure of bacteriorhodopsin, PROTEINS: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics (2008), 75, 53-61
  8. Takahisa Yamato, Takakazu Ishikura, Toshiaki Kakitani, Kazutomo Kawaguchi, Hiroshi Watanabe, Spectral tuning of photoactive yellow protein, Photochemistry and Photobiology (2007), 83, 323-327
  9. Takakazu Ishikura, Takahisa Yamato, Energy transfer pathways relevant for long-range intramolecular signaling of photosensory protein revealed by microscopic energy conductivity analysis, Chemical Physics Letters (2006), 432, 533-537
  10. Atsushi Yamada, Takakazu Ishikura, Takahisa Yamato, Direct measure of functional importance visualized atom-by-atom for photoactive yellow protein: Application to photoisomerization reaction, PROTEINS: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics (2004), 55, 1070-1077
  11. Atsushi Yamada, Takakazu Ishikura, Takahisa Yamato, Role of protein in the primary step of the photoreaction of yellow protein, PROTEINS: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics (2004), 55, 1063-1069
KIYOTA Hiroshi, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
KIYOTA Hiroshi
My specialty is experimental biochemistry and biotechnology. I have much experience in statistical analysis of experimental data and construction of theoretical model. I would be happy if I could support communications between experimental scientists with my experiences in information technologies and data analyses.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Metabolic Engineering,
Machine Learning, Statistical Analysis, Bioinformatics

[ Skill ]

Python, C#, Java, C++, MATLAB, Windows/Linux

[ Degree ]

Ph. D. (science), University of Tokyo

[ Research Performance ]
  • Engineering microalgae for production of useful compounds directly from CO2
  • Quantitative analyses of cellular metabolites by mass spectrometry
  • Experiments and numerical simulations for kinetic analysis of enzymes
  • Biochemical analyses of protein phosphorylation in circadian clock
[ Papers and Publication ]
  1. Hiroshi Kiyota, Yukiko Okuda, Michiho Ito, Masami Yokota Hirai, Masahiko Ikeuchi, Engineering of cyanobacteria for the photosynthetic production of limonene from CO2., J. Biotechnol. (2014) 185: 1-7
  2. Hiroshi Kiyota, Masami Yokota Hirai, Masahiko Ikeuchi, NblA1/A2-Dependent homeostasis of amino acid pools during nitrogen starvation in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803., Metabolites (2014) 4: 517-531
  3. Hiroshi Kiyota, Masahiko Ikeuchi, Masami Yokota Hirai, Response of amino acid metabolism to sulfur starvation in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803, Sulfur Metabolisms in Plant (2012) 1: 53-59
  4. Hikari Yoshitane, Sato Honma, Kiyomichi Imamura, Hiroto Nakajima, Shin‐ya Nishide, Daisuke Ono, Hiroshi Kiyota, Naoya Shinozaki, Hirokazu Matsuki, Naoya Wada, Hirofumi Doi, Toshiyuki Hamada, Ken‐ichi Honma, Yoshitaka Fukada, JNK regulates the photic response of the mammalian circadian clock, EMBO Rep. (2012) 13: 455-461
INOUE Akimitsu, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
INOUE Akimitsu
An experienced engineer in robust statistics.My speciality is handling messy data, which contains trascription errors, unexpected extreme results or are hevily skewed.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Machine Learning, Statistical Analysis,
Natural Language Processing,
Topic Model, Text Mining, Structural Equation Modeling,
Covariance Structure Analysis, Marketing Research,
Portfolio Optimization,
High Frequency Trade Data Analysis, Risk Measurement,
Maximum Loss Analysis, Econometrics,
Causal Inference, Pricing Strategies, Operations Research,
Combinatorial Optimization, Descrete Event Simulation,
Spatial Data Analysis, Sensor Data Analysis, Anomaly Detection

[ Skill ]

C/C++, C#, Python, R

[Edcation]

Doctor of Commerce (Osaka City University)

[Research Performance]
  • Extracting nonlinear correlation structure from large scale timeseries
  • Estimating and visualizing latent variables in spatial data
  • Adaptive Kernel Density Estimation
  • Customer Clustring using Latent Dirichllet Allocation
[Papers and Publication]
  1. Inoue A., Knot selection in logspline density estimation for relative density estimation., Business Review 65(2), 2014.
  2. Inoue A., The Development and Application of Accuracy Improvement Methods for Pointwise Mutual Information Estimation., PhD Thesis (Osaka City University), 2015.
  3. Inoue A., Spatial data mining via non-parametric relative risk estimation., OCU-GSB Working Paper, 2015.
  4. Inoue A., Density estimation based on pointwise mutual information., Economics Bulletin, 36(2), 2016.
EGUCHI Satoshi, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
EGUCHI Satoshi
I have studied plant systematics and evolution with a wide range of approaches not only field surveys but advanced data analyses such as next generation sequencing. I'd love to support if you are interested in computational techniques during your research.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Evolutionary Biology, Plant Systematics, Bioinformatics

[ Skill ]

Java, C++, Python

[ Degree ]

Master of Science (Kyoto University)

[ Research Performance ]
  • Systematic studies of monocotyledonous plants
  • Phylogenetic analyses based on NGS (next generation sequencer) data
  • Divergence time estimates (molecular dating) using comprehensive fossil data and DNA sequences
[ Papers and Publication ]
  1. S. Eguchi and M. N. Tamura. 2016. Evolutionary timescale of monocots determined by the fossilized birth-death model using a large number of fossil records. Evolution 70(5): 1136-1144.
HASHIDA Yasuhiko, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
HASHIDA Yasuhiko
I have a wide variety of research experiences in life science fields, such as the kinetic analysis of protein interaction and molecular biology of cells. Taking advantage of my accumulated experimental knowledge, I would be happy to support your research through development of useful and helpful software which are totally customized for you.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Molecular Biology, Protein Engineering, Kinetic Analysis

[ Skill ]

C#, C++, Visual Basic

[ Degree ]

Ph.D. (Agricultural Sciences, Kyoto University)

[ Research Achievements ]
  • Kinetic studies on thermal denaturation processes of proteins using least squares method.
  • Study of interaction between enzyme and inhibitor via kinetic analysis of pre-steady-state in their binding process.
  • X-ray crystallographic analysis to determine three-dimensional structure of proteins.
  • Design of peptides to disperse carbon nanotubes into aqueous media using molecular mechanics calculation.
  • Development of a method to deliver drugs into cells using carbon nanotubes as carrier.
[ Academic Societies ]

The Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry, The Japanese Biochemical Society

[ Original Articles ]
  1. Ohta T., Hashida Y., Higuchi Y., Yamashita F., and Hashida M. (2017) In Vitro Cellular Gene Delivery Employing a Novel Composite Material of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Associated With Designed Peptides With Pegylation. J. Pharm. Sci. 106, 792-802.
  2. Ohta T., Hashida Y., Yamashita F., and Hashida M. (2016) Sustained Release of Mitomycin C from Its Conjugate with Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Associated by Pegylated Peptide. Biol. Pharm. Bull. 39, 1687-1693.
  3. Ohta T., Hashida Y., Yamashita F., and Hashida M. (2016) Development of Novel Drug and Gene Delivery Carriers Composed of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Designed Peptides With PEGylation. J. Pharm. Sci. 105, 2815-2824.
  4. Kusudo T., Hashida Y., Ando F., Shimokata H., and Yamashita H. (2015) Asp3Gly polymorphism affects fatty acid-binding protein 3 intracellular stability and subcellular localization. FEBS Lett. 589, 2382-2387.
  5. Zhou S., Hashida Y., Kawakami S., Mihara J., Umeyama T., Imahori H., Murakami T., Yamashita F., and Hashida M. (2014) Preparation of immunostimulatory single-walled carbon nanotube/CpG DNA complexes and evaluation of their potential in cancer immunotherapy. Int. J. Pharm. 471, 214-223.
  6. Hashida Y., Tanaka H., Zhou S., Kawakami S., Yamashita F., Murakami T., Umeyama T., Imahori H., and Hashida M. (2014) Photothermal ablation of tumor cells using a single-walled carbon nanotube-peptide composite. J. Control. Release. 173, 59-66.
  7. Menach E., Hashida Y., Yasukawa K., and Inouye K. (2013) Effects of conversion of the zinc-binding motif sequence of thermolysin, HEXXH, to that of dipeptidyl peptidase III, HEXXXH, on the activity and stability of thermolysin. Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. 77, 1901-1906.
  8. Hashida Y, Umeyama T, Mihara J, Imahori H, Tsujimoto M, Isoda S, Takano M, and Hashida M. (2012) Development of a novel composite material with carbon nanotubes assisted by self-assembled peptides designed in conjunction with β-sheet formation. J. Pharm. Sci. 101, 3398-3412.
  9. Sekiguchi S., Hashida Y., Yasukawa K., and Inouye K. (2012) Stabilization of bovine intestine alkaline phosphatase by sugars. Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. 76, 95-100.
  10. Sekiguchi S., Hashida Y., Yasukawa K., and Inouye K. (2011) Effects of amines and aminoalcohols on bovine intestine alkaline phosphatase activity. Enzyme Microb. Technol. 49, 171-176.
  11. Inouye K., Kusano M., Hashida Y., Minoda M, and Yasukawa K. (2007) Engineering, expression, purification, and production of recombinant thermolysin. Biotechnol. Annu. Rev. 13, 43-64.
  12. Tatsumi C., Hashida Y., Yasukawa K., and Inouye K. (2007) Effects of site-directed mutagenesis of the surface residues Gln128 and Gln225 of thermolysin on its catalytic activity. J. Biochem. 141, 835-842.
  13. Hashida Y. and Inouye K. (2007) Kinetic analysis of the activation-and-inhibition dual effects of cobalt ion on thermolysin activity. J. Biochem. 141, 843-853.
  14. Hashida Y. and Inouye K. (2007) Molecular mechanism of the inhibitory effect of cobalt ion on thermolysin activity and the suppressive effect of calcium ion on the cobalt ion-dependent inactivation of thermolysin. J. Biochem. 141, 879-888.
  15. Kusano M., Yasukawa K., Hashida Y., and Inouye K. (2006) Engineering of the pH-dependence of thermolysin activity as examined by site-directed mutagenesis of Asn112 located at the active site of thermolysin. J. Biochem. 139, 1017-1023.
  16. Inouye K., Minoda M., Takita T., Sakurama H., Hashida Y., Kusano M., and Yasukawa K. (2006) Extracellular production of recombinant thermolysin expressed in Escherichia coli, and its purification and enzymatic characterization. Protein Expr. Purif. 46, 248-255.
TSURUMAKI Ryoichi, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
TSURUMAKI Ryoichi
I have studied physical and chemical evolution of the gas and dust occurred in the primitive solar nebula to elucidate the origin of the solar system, using the theoretical and experimental methods.
I have a wide variety of knowledge on the physics and chemistry, ranging from molecular dynamics to astronomical phenomena.
My experience will prove itself useful in the development and maintenance of software for you!
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Physics, Astronomy, Planetary Science, Inorganic Chemistry, Numerical Simulation and Analysis

[ Skill ]

Fortran, C++, C#, Python, Windows/Mac OS/Linux

[ Degree ]

Ph.D (Doctor of Science), Hokkaido University

[ Research Achievements ]
  • Physics and Chemistry of the Gas and Dust in the Protoplanetary Disk.
  • Hydrodynamic Simulation in Chemical Reactors.
  • Atmospheric Structures and Energy Balances through the Heat Transfer.
  • Absorption and Scattering of Crystalline Materials on the Basis of the Mie Theory.
  • Thermodynamic Chemical Equilibrium Calculation in the Coexisting System of Gases and Solids using the Optimizing Method.
  • Theoretical and Experimental Studies of the Chemical Reaction on Solid Surfaces.
AMORIM Cassio, an Intelligent Computing researcher.
AMORIM Cassio
I have performed research in topological quantum information and fundamentals of quantum theory, with expertise in quantum theory and quantum information fields.
Beyond physics, as I also have research achievements in social sciences and engineering, I shall attend to a broad range of requests from our clients.
As for the future, I hope to use quantum computers for solving a variety of tasks in different fields.
 
 
[ Specialty ]

Quantum theory and quantum mechanics, quantum information, dynamics simulation

[ Skill ]

C, C#, CUDA, OpenCL, Python, Fortran, Octave/MATLAB, BASH, BLAS/LAPACK (dense & sparse), QISKIT

[ Degree ]

Doctor in Engineering, Nagoya University

[ Research Performance and other achievements ]
  • Braiding dynamics simulation of non-Abelian quasi-particles (Majorana fermions)
  • Theoretical proposal for quantum correlation mechanism
  • Analysis of social culture variation with a culture diffusion model
  • Automated crane control analysis
[ Papers and International Activities ]
  1. Cassio Sozinho Amorim, Kazuto Ebihara, Ai Yamakage, Yukio Tanaka, and Masatoshi Sato. Majorana braiding dynamics in nanowires. Physical Review B, 91(17):174305, 2015.
  2. Cassio Sozinho Amorim. Indistinguishability as nonlocality constraint. Scientific Reports, 8: 6091, 2018.
  3. Cassio Sozinho Amorim. Bourdieu dynamics of fields from a modified Axelrod model. arXiv:1407.3479 (pre-print)
  4. Cassio Sozinho Amorim, Kazuto Ebihara, Ai Yamakage, Yukio Tanaka, Masatoshi Sato. Numberical braiding of Majorana fermions on finite size nanowires. CIFAR Quantum Materials 2014. Montreal (Canada), May 2014.
  5. Cassio Sozinho Amorim, Ai Yamakage, Yukio Tanaka, Masatoshi Sato. Non-Abelian Dynamics in 1D systems. International Conference on Topological Quantum Phenomena 2014. Kyoto, December 2014.
  6. Cassio Sozinho Amorim, Ai Yamakage, Yukio Tanaka, Masatoshi Sato. Majorana fermion braiding dynamics in 1D systems. Topological Phases in Condensed Matter and Cold Atomic Systems. Hong Kong, December 2015.
  7. Cassio Sozinho Amorim. Indistinguishability as non-locality constraint. International Conference for Young Quantum Information Scientists 2016. Barcelona (Spain), October 2016.
  8. Cassio Sozinho Amorim. Indistinguishability as non-locality constraint. American Physical Society March Meeting 2017. New Orleans (USA), March, 2017.
  9. Cassio Sozinho Amorim. Indistinguishability as non-locality constraint. Trends in theory of correlated materials. Tsukuba, September, 2017.
  10. Cassio Sozinho Amorim. Indistinguishability and nonlocality. American Physical Society March Meeting 2018. Los Angeles(USA), March 2018.