Publicly Offered Research

Publicly Offered Research, 2022FY

  • Measurement of collective dynamics for swimming microorganisms adapting to a diorama environment

    Principal investigator
    Masatoshi IchikawaGraduate School of Science, Kyoto University
    Detail
  • Elucidation of stress fiber rotation dynamics by mechanical modeling and live cell imaging

    Principal investigator
    Iwadate YoshiakiDepartment of Biology, Yamaguchi University
    Detail
  • Model generation algorithms for understanding locomotion mechanisms

    Principal investigator
    Keiichi UedaFaculty of Science, Academic Assembly, University of Toyama
    Detail
  • Simultaneous estimation of chemotactic and haptotactic response of Naegleria gruberi by machine learning

    Principal investigator
    Masahito UwamichiCollege of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
    Detail
  • Creating Intelligent Behaviors of Imaginary Slime Molds Represented by Graphs Based on Human Subjective Evaluation

    Principal investigator
    Kei OhnishiKyushu Institute of Technology
    Detail
  • Ethology of swimming microalgae in vertical environments

    Principal investigator
    Azusa KageDepartment of Physics, Gakushuin University
    Detail
  • Cellular intelligence displayed through the interaction with diorama 3D topography

    Principal investigator
    Kei SugiharaKyushu University Graduate School of Medical Sciences
    Detail
  • Exploration of learning format in diorama environments using a transportation network of slime mold

    Principal investigator
    Atsuko TakamatsuFaculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University
    Detail
  • Cellular algorithm of pollen tube in the diorama environment inside the flower

    Principal investigator
    Hidenori TakeuchiInstitute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (ITbM), Nagoya University
    Detail
  • Soft-robotics culture medium

    Principal investigator
    Tsumori FujioFaculty of Engineering, Kyushu University
    Detail
  • Optical Membrane Potentials Recording in Free-Swimming Paramecium to Evaluate Proto-Intelligence with a Diorama Environment

    Principal investigator
    Tominaga, TakashiInstitute of Neuroscience and Kagawa School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tokushima Bunri University
    Detail
  • Structural and molecular basis for the behavioral changes during the colonial-individual conversion of sperms in volvocine green algae

    Principal investigator
    Kawai-Toyooka, HirokoDepartment of Frontier Bioscience, Hosei University
    Detail
  • Cell biological analysis of the ability to adapt to parasitic environments by Toxoplasma gondii

    Principal investigator
    Kisaburo NagamuneNational Institute of Infectious Diseases, Department of Parasitology
    Detail
  • Survival strategy for extremophiles near thermal vent

    Principal investigator
    Masayoshi NishiyamaFaculty of Science and Engineering, Kindai University
    Detail
  • Proto-intelligence in cilia: how cilia can recognize the size of cargo being transported

    Principal investigator
    Naoki NodaDivision of Medical Science (Biology), Department of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Nihon University School of Medicine
    Detail
  • Analysis of shell-construction behaviors of testate amoebae in a diorama environment

    Principal investigator
    Mami NomuraYamagata University
    Detail
  • Neurological bases for marine debris-evoked phototactic reversal in aquatic planktons and its impact on the ocean ecosystem

    Principal investigator
    Noritaka HirohashiShimane Univ. Life Sciences
    Detail
  • Algorithm for intelligent behavior of fungal mycelial network in diorama environment

    Principal investigator
    Yu FukasawaGraduate school of agricultural science
    Detail
  • Diorama symbiogenesis: Towards an understanding of crosstalk algorithms behind coral-algal symbiosis

    Principal investigator
    Shiniciro MaruyamaGraduate School of Life Sciences, Tohoku University
    Detail
  • Study on the thermal behavior disclosed by environmental factors in unicellular organisms

    Principal investigator
    Kenjiro YoshimuraDepartment of Machinery and Control Systems, College of Systems Engineering and Science, Shibaura Institute of Technology
    Detail
  • Physiological significance of phototaxis in the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii examined in a diorama environment

    Principal investigator
    Ken-ichi WakabayashiLaboratory for Chemistry and Life Science, Institute of Innovative Research, Tokyo Institute of Technology
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