Satoshi Tsutsui

I am Satoshi Tsutsui, a Ph.D. student at School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering. I started my Ph.D. life at 2015 Fall. I am advised by Prof. David Crandall and Prof. Ying Ding.

I am interested in the general area of computer vision; Can we teach computers how to see as we do? This is very challenging research area but also very fun domain to work on! I have some experiences in basic image understanding problems such as object recognition, object detection, semantic segmentation, and caption generation. Please find my papers for the details.

I am also intereted in deep learning, as a powerful tool for computer vision.

In the past, I have worked on: literature mining on Alzheimer’s disease, graph/network mining, semantic web, and linked data. 

Peer-reviewed Publications



September 2015 - Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA

April 2011 - March 2015 Keio University, Japan