Human Color Vision
and Brain Science
(above: my gray matter)
link to my CV
-1991 : Dept. of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics, The University of Tokyo (Degree: B.E. by Self organizing system / adviser: Prof. Kaoru Nakano)
-1993 : Dept. of Intelligence Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School (Degree: M.E. by Limitation of color constancy / adviser: Prof. Keiji Uchikawa)
1993-1994: visiting graduate student at Department of Psychology, University of California, San Diego by Exchange student program of Japanese Minstry of Education, Science and Sports (adviser: Prof. Donald I.A. MacLeod)
-1996 : Dept. of Intelligence Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School (Degree: Ph.D. by Color constancy in real world / adviser: Prof. Keiji Uchikawa)
1996-1999: Research Associate, Tokyo Institute of
Technology Graduate School
1999-2001: Research Associate, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
2001-2005: Research staff, Human and Information Science Laboratory, NTT Communication Science Laboratories
2002-2005: Visiting Associate Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School
2006- now : Associate Professor, Research Institute for Electrical Communication, Tohoku University
His main research area is color vision mechanisms, especially interested in color constancy mechanisms, and relationships between human brain activity and visual perception.
* You may need account to access publishers' site upon following the links, or you can contact me for reprints.
Further publications are listed here.
Send E-mail at ikuriki riec.tohoku.ac.jp for request of reprints.
Scheduled paper presentations
Collaborators (affiliations; topics)
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This page was last modified on 12th December, 2012.