Teijiro Isokawa

Associate Professor at the Division of Computer Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, Graduate School of Engineering, University of Hyogo.

Contact Information

Teijiro Isokawa
Division of Computer Engineering, University of Hyogo.
2167 Shosha, Himeji, 671-2280, Japan.
TEL: +81-79-267-4952
FAX: +81-79-267-4975
E-mail: isokawa _at_ eng _dot_ u-hyogo _dot_ ac _dot_ jp


Teijiro Isokawa received B.E. degree (Electronic Engineering), M.E. degree (Electronic Engineering), and D.E. degree (Doctor of Engineering) in 1996, 1999, and 2004, respectively, from Himeji Institute of Technology, Japan.
He is currently an associate professor at the Division of Computer Engineering, University of Hyogo (former Himeji Institute of Technology).
He is a member of the IEEE, the IEICE (Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers of Japan) and the SICE (Society of Instrument and Control Engineers).

Current Research Area

Cellular Automata-based Computer Systems for Nanoelectronics
Neural Networks with Quaternionic Algebra
Visual and Cognitive models
Evolutionary Computation related to Neutral Networks


  1. T.Isokawa, F.Peper, S.Kowada, N.Kamiura, and N.Matsui, "A Defect Localization Scheme for Cellular Nanocomputers," New Generation Computing, Vol.27, No.2, pp.85-1065, 2009. (Journal site)
  2. T.Isokawa, N.Matsui, and H.Nishimura, "Quaternionic Neural Networks: Fundamental Properties and Applications," in T.Nitta ed., Complex-Valued Neural Networks: Utilizing High-Dimensional Parameters, Information Science Reference, Hershey, New York, chapter XVI (pp.411-439), 2009. (Publisher site)
  3. T.Isokawa, H.Nishimura, N.Kamiura, and N.Matsui, "Associative Memory in Quaternionic Hopfield Neural Network," International Journal of Neural Systems, vol.18, no.2, pp.135-145, 2008. (Journal site)
  4. T.Isokawa, S.Kowada, Y.Takada, F.Peper, N.Kamiura, and N.Matsui, "Defect-Tolerance in Cellular Nanocomputers," New Generation Computing, vol.25, no.2, pp.171-199, 2007. (Journal site)
  5. Y.Takada, T.Isokawa, F.Peper, and N.Matsui, "Asynchronous Self-Reproducing Loops with Arbitration Capability," Physica D, vol.227, no.1, pp.26-35, 2007. (Journal site)
  6. Y.Takada, T.Isokawa, F.Peper, and N.Matsui, "Construction Universality in Purely Asynchronous Cellular Automata," Journal of Computer and System Sciences, vol.72, no.8, pp.1368-1385, 2006. (Journal site)
  7. Y.Takada, T.Isokawa, F.Peper, and N.Matsui, "Universal Construction and Self-Reproduction on Self-Timed Cellular Automata," International Journal of Modern Physics C, vol.17, no.8, pp.985-1007 (2005). (Journal site)
  8. N.Matsui, T.Isokawa, H.Kusamichi, F.Peper, and H.Nishimura, "Quaternion Neural Network with Geometrical Operators," Journal of Intelligent & Fuzzy Systems, vol.15, no.3-4, pp.149-164 (2004). (Journal site) (abstract)
  9. T.Isokawa, F.Abo, F.Peper, S.Adachi, N.Matsui, and S.Mashiko, "Fault-Tolerant Nanocomputers based on Asynchronous Cellular Automata," International Journal of Modern Physics C, vol.15, no.6, pp.893-915 (2004). (journal site) (abstract)
  10. F.Peper, J.Lee, F.Abo, T.Isokawa, S.Adachi, N.Matsui, and S.Mashiko, "Fault-Tolerance in Nanocomputers: A Cellular Array Approach," IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, vol.3, no.1, pp.187-201 (2004). (IEEE explore) (abstract)
  11. T.Isokawa, N.Matsui, H.Nishimura, and F.Peper, "Coping With Nonstationary Environments: A Genetic Algorithm Using Neutral Variation," IEEE Transactions on System, Man, and Cybernetics Part A: Systems and Humans, vol.32, no.4, pp.497-504 (2002). (IEEE explore) (abstract) (preprint)

Other publications are listed in this page, and please contact me via e-mail if you need reprint of our paper.

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