Plenary Lecture

Studies on Active Operation in Neuron and Neural Groups and Industrial Applications

Dr. Atsushi Fukasawa
Former Professor, Chiba University
Research Organization of Information and Systems
Japan
E-mail: takizawa@ism.ac.jp

Abstract: He and his colleague have studied the operational principle of a neuron and neural groups. It is based on the principles of electrical oscillation and synchronization in telecommunication and control systems. In his talk, it is clarified that a neuron operates as an oscillator of pulse and plateau signals. Then a neural group achieves signal processing under synchronous conditions. Physiological experiments of neurons are too hard where three electrodes must be inserted in the cells. The validation of our model and its analysis are supported by the studies on sensing and motion of unicellular animals. He will also present an application to estimation of event in time and space domain.

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 the Telecom System Technology Prize from the Telecommunications Advancement Foundation, Japan, 2004. He and his colleague, Dr. Y. Takizawa are the recipients of the Best Paper Award of Neurology’12, SummerMed, WSEAS/NAUN, July 2012. He is a senior member of the IEEE.

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