Hasegawa Lab

Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo



Research themes

Our laboratory focuses on phenomena at the interface of information science and physics, which have not been dealt with each of the fields alone. In recent years, due to the development of mathematics and computer science, we can elucidate phenomena with high degrees of freedom, those having strong nonlinearity, and systems far from equilibrium. We take advantage of recent progress in information science and physics to tackle such complex problems, and those are considered as the fundamental problems in the 21st century. In my laboratory, we are conducting cross-disciplinary studies between information-physics, using stochastic processes, machine learning, quantum mechanics and information thermodynamics, relativity theory.
(Research themes, Publications)




How to join us?

You can join our laboratory as graduated students via the entrance examination of "Department of Information and Communication Engineering" (details).