Cognitive neuroscience laboratory
at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, and Sony Computer Science Laboratories
We are committed to deciphering the enigmas posed by the ever tantalizing brain.
We believe that capacities of the brain is unique beyond what are achievable by artificial intelligence systems.
Japanese page http://wikiwiki.jp/mogilab/?mogilabjp
- Tomomitsu Herai
- Eiichi Hoshino
- Tetsuo Ishikawa
- Miki Kato
- Ken Mogi
- Hisayuki Nagashima
- Shinichi Nozawa
- Fumi Okubo
- Kei Omata
- Ayako Onzo
- Takayasu Sekine
- Tamami Sudo
- Haruna Takagawa
- Fumiko Tanabe
- Tsugumi Takano
- Fumihiko Taya
- Mayumi Toshima
- Toru Yanagawa
- Zhang Qi
- Lab home page (old) http://www.qualia-manifesto.com/mogilab.html
Research themes include active vision, sensorimotor coordination, body image, memory dynamics, emotion, spatial memory, one-shot learning, pre-linguistic cognitive development, language, social interaction, facial perception, neuroeconomics, neuromarketing, subjective time, spontaneity, qualia, consciousness, among others.
- Weekly Journal club : The Brain Club (Archive)
- Spontaneous One
with Ikegami Laboratory
21st March 2008 Komaba Campus, University of Tokyo
- Art and Brain
with Fuse laboratory at the Tokyo University of the Arts
28th March 2008 Ueno Campus, Tokyo University of the Arts
- Communication and Decision Making
with Omori laboratory at Tamagawa University
5th May 2008 Tamagawa University
 "To the river" is taken from a graffiti written on a stone wall near the Trinity college, Cambridge, U.K.
 When we solve one problem, we become aware of a hundred others.
 Laboratory ethos:"Once a member, always a member"
 Open to visitors by appointment
Enquiries should be addressed to
Ken Mogi email@example.com