Nakayama laboratory started in August, 2012.
Our current research interests include but are not limited to:
Multimedia (image, video, sound, etc.) recognition & retrieval, Data mining and machine learning methods to handle large-scale data, and their Web/Real-world application.
For students who want to join our labNote that we are not recruiting research students currently.
Programming, math, strong motivation
We recommend candidate students to contact professors of their preferred labs in advance of the entrance exam to discuss research topics (not mandatory). Please feel free to mail me.
For prospective Ph.D students
We expect Ph.D course applicants to have enough skills and experiences to do research independently. Therefore, we require the applicants to have at least one paper accepted at middle-level (or higher-level) conferences or journals in our field, as the minimum requirement. For example, the conferences listed here. Otherwise, we recommend to join the Master's course first.
Information about entrance exam
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