Introduction to Fujishiro Lab.

A Variety of Members

Our laboratory was founded in April 2009, when Prof. Fujishiro joined Keio University. As of October 2023, we have a total of 24 members (4 staff, 6 Ph.D. candidates, 9 master course students, and 5 undergraduates), all of whom are engaged in a wide range of research and development of computer graphics and visualization. Our laboratory is featured with enriched international collaborations. In the past, we had students and interns from China, France, Belgium, and the United States, while some of our students entered doctoral programs in the United States or stayed as visiting researchers/students at universities in the United States or a national research institute in France.

Serving as a Bridge Between Science/Technology and Art

This laboratory is intended to serve as a bridge between science/technology and art. In fact, about 30 percent of our alumni have gone on to work in the game and video industries. We have many opportunities to interact with related external organizations, experts, and students through scheduled workshops and camps, Visual Computing Seminars with distinguished guest speakers, mid-and-long term internships at game/CG production companies, and KAKENHI projects. In the laboratory, five teams are organized according to research themes, and a mentor system is adopted in which senior students take care of junior students under their direct supervision, thus establishing a system in which each student can achieve results with good prospects.

Public Video

Towards universal visualization

Computer graphics… Nowadays, computer-generated images are encountered in many aspects of daily life. At Keio University, the Fujishiro Group, in the Department of Information and Computer Science, is doing research to make computer graphics a basic tool for self-expression.

Poster Gallery

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posters about our works

Latest News

Shibasaki presented at IEEE VIS 2023

IEEE VIS 2023 took place in Melbourne, Australia from October 22nd to 27th, 2023. Shibasaki, a first-year master’s student, gave a presentation during the VIS Short Papers: Perception/Evaluation session. Fuminori Shibasaki and Issei Fujishiro: “Topological analysis and Read more…




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