Professor Satoshi Shioiri

We investigate the brain through visual functions to apply the knowledge to human engineering and image engineering.

Our approaches include psychophysics, brain activity measurements, and computer simulations.Our research field covers visual spatial perception, 3D perception and visual attention.


Born in Ueda, Japan in 1958

Spent the period of undergraduate and graduate days at Tokyo Institute of Technology in Tokyo and in Yokohama.

After receiving a Doctor degree in engineering, went to Montreal as a postdoctoral fellow and lived in University of Montreal for about three years.

Came back to Japan and worked for ATR in Kyoto as a research fellow for about one year.

Moved to Chiba University and worked there for 15 years from 1990.

Since 2005, have been working at Research Institute of Electrical Communication at  Tohoku University.

Research fields

Vision science including motion perception, depth perception, color vision, eye movements and visual perception, visual attention and conscious and unconscious visual processes.


Research Institute of Electrical Communication
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