Planned Research

Management Group

X00 Administrative research on hyper-adaptability for overcoming body-brain dysfunction
Principal investigator Jun OTA Professor, The University of Tokyo
Funded co-investigator Tadashi ISA Professor, Kyoto University
Toshiyuki KONDO Professor, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Tetsuro FUNATO Associate Professor, The University of Electro-Communications

Group A

A01 Elucidation of the hyper-adaptation mechanism by reconstruction of bio-structure and challenges for prevention of decline in latent adaptive capacity
Principal investigator Tadashi ISA Professor, Kyoto University
Funded co-investigator Eiichi NAITO Research Manager, CiNet
Hideki AIZAWA Professor, Hiroshima University
A02 Elucidation of neural mechanisms of super-adaptation to body change
Principal investigator Kazuhiko SEKI Director, NCNP
A03 Mechanisms of body cognition and emotion inducing hyper-adaptability
Principal investigator Hiroshi IMAMIZU Professor, The University of Tokyo
Funded co-investigator Ken-Ichiro TSUTSUI Professor, Tohoku University
A04 Alteration of brain dynamics as underlying mechanisms of hyper-adaptability in neurotransmitter disorders
Principal investigator Kaoru TAKAKUSAKI Professor, Asahikawa Medical University
Funded co-investigator Takashi HANAKAWA Professor, Kyoto University

Group B

B01 Systems modelling of hyper-adaptation mechanism for reconstruction of neural structure
Principal investigator Toshiyuki KONDO Professor, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Funded co-investigator Ryusuke CHIBA Associate Professor, Asahikawa Medical University
Shiro YANO Assistant Professor, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
B02 Modeling of ultra-adaptive to body change
Principal investigator Yasuharu KOIKE Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Funded co-investigator Tetsuro FUNATO Associate Professor, The University of Electro-Communications
B03 Systematic understanding and realization of hyper-adaptive phenomena focusing on cognition and emotion
Principal investigator Hajime ASAMA Professor, The University of Tokyo
Funded co-investigator Jun IZAWA Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba
Wen WEN Project Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo
Qi AN Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo
B04 Modelling of hyper adaptability in human postural control considering the role of neurotransmitters
Principal investigator Jun OTA Professor, The University of Tokyo
Funded co-investigator Arito YOZU Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo

公募研究

A05 Research Group

A05-1 Elucidation of the hyper-adaptation mechanism of upper limb recovery in stroke patients
Principal Investigator Shinichi IZUMI Professor, Tohoku University
A05-2 Synchronization of neural oscillation among primate limbic structures and the striatum during recovery from anxiety like state.
Principal Investigator Kenichi AMEMORI Associate Professor, Kyoto University
A05-3 Mechanism of Hyper-Adaptivity of the human premotor area: electrophysiological connectome analysis with electrocorticogram
Principal Investigator Riki MATSUMOTO Professor, Kobe University
A05-4 Neural circuit rearrangement mechanisms underlying the recovery from learning deficits in Parkinson’s disease model animals
Principal Investigator Kazuto KOBAYASHI Professor, Fukushima Medical University
A05-5 Development of non-invasive brain stimulation techniques that can increase recruitment of the corticospinal motor indirect pathway during acquisition of hand motor skills.
Principal Investigator Mitsunari ABE Section Chief, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry
A05-6 Analysis of motor control system in the recovery of forelimb function by rehabilitation after intracerebral hemorrhage
Principal Investigator Hideki HIDA Professor, Nagoya City University
A05-7 Regulatory mechanisms of inter-regional network changes underlying hyper-adaptation from mal-adaptation state caused by fear memory.
Principal Investigator Hiroyuki MIYAWAKI Assistant Professor. Osaka City University
A05-8 Facilitating hyper-adaptation in neurological and psychiatric diseases thorough improving precision on the sense of agency
Principal Investigator Takaki MAEDA Assistant Professor/Senior Assistant Professor, Keio University
A05-9 The role of inhibitory neurons related to skilled hand movements after spinal cord injury.
Principal Investigator Takahiro KONDO Assistant Professor, Keio University
A05-11 Activating preference network for affected side by neural and behavioral modulation.
Principal Investigator Rieko OSU Professor, Waseda University
A05-12 Hyper-adaptability from inducing synapse connection and regulation of extracelluar matrix. -Spinal cord injury and AI-based motion capture-
Principal Investigator Kosei TAKEUCHI Professor, Aichi Medical University
A05-13 Reconstruction of Basal Ganglia by Aging and Neurodegenerative Disease
Principal Investigator Fumino FUJIYAMA Professor, Hokkaido University
A05-14 Development of techniques to improve brain functions by using hyper-adaptability
Principal Investigator Yoshito MASAMIZU Deputy Team Leader, RIKEN
A05-16 Adaptive mechanism occurring in both hemispheres after unilateral brain damage
Principal Investigator Noriyuki HIGO Group Leader, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
A05-17 Animal model of unilateral spatial neglect in marmosets
Principal Investigator Masatoshi YOSHIDA Specially Appointed Associate Professor, Hokkaido University

B05 Research Group

B05-1 Elucidation of the mechanism of motor synergy emergence in deep reinforcement learning
Principal Investigator Mitsuhiro HAYASHIBE Professor, Tohoku University
B05-2 Adaptation ability of human postural control system revealed by a closed-loop electrical muscle stimulation system
Principal Investigator Daichi NOZAKI Professor, The University of Tokyo
B05-3 Mechanism underlying the hyper-adaptation of bipedal locomotion to the evolutionary change of the foot.
Principal Investigator Naomichi OGIHARA Professor, The University of Tokyo
B05-4 Understanding neural manifold of the movements using human neuroimaging and non-invasive brain stimulation
Principal Investigator Isao NAMBU Associate Professor, Nagaoka University of Technology
B05-5 Development of motor learning model that can reuse partial dynamics based on estimation of transformation between mappings
Principal Investigator Yuichi KOBAYASHI Associate Professor, Shizuoka University
B05-6 Shared-control of teleoperated robot maintaining operator’s embodiment under intervention of AI
Principal Investigator Yasuhisa HASEGAWA Professor, Nagoya University
B05-7 Systems engineering approach for understanding supraspinal mechanisms of the intermittent feedback control during human upright stance
Principal Investigator Taishin NOMURA Professor, Osaka University
B05-8 A reinforcement learning model with dynamic state space that enables adaptation to indefinite environments
Principal Investigator Kazuhiro SAKAMOTO Associate Professor, Tohoku Medical and Pharmaceutical University
B05-9 Attention control training based on tailor-made neurofeedback system for facilitating motor learning in elderly
Principal Investigator Takeshi SAKURADA Assistant Professor, Ritsumeikan University
B05-10 Modeling of the motor recovery process and optimization of rehabilitation strategy using VR
Principal Investigator Tetsunari INAMURA Associate Professor, National Institute of Informatics
B05-11 Developmentalhyper-adaptability of sensorimotor dynamics under rapid growth
Principal Investigator Hoshinori KANAZAWA Research Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo