Naoyuki Sato

Future University-Hakodate, Japan

Naoyuki Sato received his Ph.D. degree in engineering at Tohoku University, Japan, where he developed an original model of oscillatory networks for binocular vision. After gaining his Ph.D. degree, he joined the Laboratory for Dynamics of Emergent Intelligence. In that laboratory, as a "Creating the Brain" Core Research for Evolutional Science and Technology (CREST) Researcher, he first developed computational models of the hippocampal network. These models where focusing on simulating episodic memory formation by extensive analyses of oscillator dynamics. Corroborated by his own neurophysiological experiments, he is proposing an original hierarchical model of object-place memory. Since April 2009, he is an Associate Professor at Future University-Hakodate of Japan. His interests include the correlation of the human episodic memory and the biologically realistic neural network of system level function in the real word.

Biography Updated on 24 May 2009

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