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Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo, Amano Lab

About Us

We study the neural mechanisms underlying visual perception and multisensory integration with combining psychophysics and non-invasive brain imaging (fMRI and MEG). Specifically, we are interested in developing and applying new techniques such as neurofeedback and electric current stimulation, to understand the neural causes of sensory perception.


2021.11.19Our website has been renewed.
2021.10.01Two new thesis students have assigned to our laboratory.
2021.09.24Amano gave an invited talk at the HBRC seminar held at the Human Brain Research Center, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine.
Kawashima gave a presentation entitled "10 Hz聴覚引き込み刺激が注意の瞬きに与える影響" at the 85th Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association.
2021.08.06Amano gave a talk at IRCN Salon.
2021.04.05Amano was awarded a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A).
2021.04.01Amano has been appointed as a professor at the University of Tokyo.