Interaction Lab

Grad. Sch. of Information Science, University of Hyogo

Modeling interactions via intelligence informatics

Our laboratory launched in April 2021!

We study a variety of interactions, including “human-machine interactions” to support our daily lives / learning activities and “biological interactions” such as fish schools to elucidate the mechanism of collective behaviors. We seek to understand intelligence through the measurement, analysis, and modeling of those interactive behaviors using the techniques of artificial intelligence and machine learning with images, videos, and other types of sensory data.

We are hiring grad students! (Please contact us from here.)


Specially appointed assistant professor

  • Raj Rajeshwar Malinda

Graduate students (Long-term course)

  • Tasuku Kinjo

Graduate students (M2)

  • Shuhei Suzue
  • Yumeka Nawa
  • Naoki Maeda

Graduate students (M1)

  • Teppei Kawanishi
  • Sayaka Kogishi
  • Takato Shibayama
  • Nagato Nakahara
  • Ryosuke Matsushita
  • Taiki Murata

Undergraduate students

  • Takanori Nagamine
  • Kazunori Nonaka
  • Chise Hamaie
  • Takuma Murakami
  • Hoang Ba Hung


Home Page

Researchmap (publication, etc.)

Short bio

  • Pattern recognition & machine learning
  • Image processing & computer vision
  • Multi-modal interaction
  • AI for education
  • Collective-behavior analysis
  • Ph.D. in Informatics, 2007

    Kyoto University

  • M.S. in Informatics, 2001

    Kyoto University

  • B.S. in Engineering, 1999

    Kyoto University


  • +81-75-794-5213
  • 8-2-1 Gakuen-nishimachi, Nishi-ku, Kobe, Hyogo 6512197, Japan
  • Information Science Bldg. (Room 408)