Prof. Takeshi Yamakawa

Prof. Takeshi Yamakawa

Professor Emeritus, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

Title: Prospect for Mild Epilepsy Treatment

Biography:
Takeshi Yamakawa is the Founding Director of Fuzzy Logic Systems Institute (FLSI) in Japan. His main research interest lies in the hardware implementation of fuzzy systems, fuzzy neural networks, and chaotic systems. He holds 11 patents in the U.S.A., 4 patents in Europe, 1 patent in Australia and 1 patent in Taiwan, and he has also applied for more than 100 patents in Japan. Prof. Yamakawa is a fellow of IEEE, International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA) and Japan Society of Fuzzy Theory and Systems (SOFT). He received IEEE 2008 Fuzzy Systems Pioneer Award.

Prof. Yamakawa plays Karate (Japanese traditional martial arts) and possesses a black belt (5th Dan). And he likes swimming and a monocycle, too. His interest also lies on Shakuhachi and Shamisen, which are Japanese traditional musical instruments. He also enjoys every morning taking care of two gentle dogs and one female American quarter horse on which he enjoys the dressage and shows jumping.

Sessions

April 26, 2018
Session-2: Innovations in Healthcare
Conference room-1st floor
16:00  -  17:40