Shiro Ikeda is a professor at the Institute of Statistical Mathematics. He has been working in the field of applied mathematics, which inludes but not limited to signal processing, information theory, inforamtion geometry, statistics, and astrostatistics.

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Research
  • Information Geometry
  • Astrostatistics
  • Signal Processing
Education
  • PhD in Information Physics, 1996

    University of Tokyo

  • MEng in Informatrion Physics, 1993

    University of Tokyo

  • BEng in Information Physics, 1991

    University of Tokyo

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Feb 2003 – Present
The Institute of Statistical Mathematics

Apr 2001 – Jan 2003
Kyushu Institute of Technology

Apr 1996 – Mar 2001, (Postdoc)
Brain Science Institute, RIKEN

Visiting Positions

Apr 2017 – Present
NAOJ (Collaborative Academic)

Apr 2016 – Present
Kavli IPMU (Visiting Senior Scientist)

Apr 2010 – Mar 2016
Tokyo Institute of Technology (Adjunct Academic)

Apr 2008 – Oct 2008
The University of Melbourne (Visiting Academic)

Oct 2007 – Mar 2008
Australian National University (Visiting Academic)

Apr 2004 – Mar 2006
Brain Science Institute, RIKEN (Visiting Academic)

Apr 2003 – Mar 2004
Gatsby Unit, University College London (Visiting Academic)

Contact

  • shiro at ism.ac.jp