■Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
03/1993, Ph.D., Keio University
03/1990, M.S., Keio University
09/2009, Ph.D., Kanagawa University
03/1996, M.S., Kanagawa University
- 1. Optimal design of digital circuits and high-frequency circuits with optimization algorithms.
- 2. Hardware algorithms for combinatorial optimization.
- 3. Applications of digital signal processing to financial markets.
- 4. Analysis and design of microwave circuits based on electromagnetic field theory.
- 5. Development of microwave circuit and EM field simulators.
- 6. Wireless power transmission technology for high-frequency circuits.
Our research interests focus on digital circuits and high frequency circuits. We are also developing the following application systems.
- 1. Using intelligent optimization algorithms for the optimal design of digital circuits to produce digital circuits for hardware and software automatically without professional design skills.
- 2. Analyzing and designing microwave circuits and millimeter wave circuits for information and communication technologies and wireless power transmission technologies by using 3D electromagnetic field theory.
- 3. Modeling time-series data of stock and foreign exchange markets by using digital signal processing techniques. This work can be applied to predicting financial markets and producing artificial financial time-series data.
- 1) M. Nakayama, T. Sasaki, and H. Toyoshima, “A fast circuit synthesis module for design of multiple constant multiplication circuits using FPGAs,” IEICE Electronics Express, vol. 6(7), pp. 430–436 (2009).
Affiliated Academic Organizations
H. Toyoshima: IEICE, IPSJ, IEEJ, JSAI
T. Hiraoka: IEICE
|◯ Professors: 1||◯ Associate Professors: 1|
|◯ Postgraduates: 6||◯ Undergraduates: 13|