Plenary Lecture

The Latest Studies of Activities in Neuron and Unicellular Organism

Professor Atsushi Fukasawa
Former professor, Chiba University

Abstract: Nerve (neural) systems provide animals with imperative functions for living, but the principle of operation has been still unknown. It was proved by the authors that a neural group gets the solution of the time and the position of multiple events happened in time-space domains. For this analysis, the system is composed of mutual injection among neurons providing a positive pulse (in excitation) or zero (in resting). He will first presents modelling and analysis of unicellular organisms. Bipolar (positive and negative) potentials are realized for motion control with ion channels of Na + and Cl − (noctiluca), and with Ca 2+ and K + (paramecium). He will then presents modelling and analysis of neurons providing positive and negative pulse and plateau in excitations. Bipolar potential outputs are realized by the common schemes for unicellular organisms.
He will lastly present that novel neural systems should be studied reflecting the result of neurons.

Brief Biography of the Speaker: Atsushi Fukasawa received the Master of Arts degree and the Ph.D. degree from Waseda University in 1967 and 1983. He joined Graduate School of Natural Science, Chiba University as a professor in 1997. He received the Award of the Agency of Science and Technology, Japan in 1982, and Ohm (publisher) Prize in 1994. He received Telecommunication System Technology Prize from the Foundation of Telecommunication Association, Japan in 2004. He is a senior member of the IEEE. He and his colleague, Dr. Y. Takizawa are the recipients of the Best Paper Award of Neurology’12, SummerMed, WSEAS/NAUN, July 2012.

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