I am an assistant professor at the Division of human environmental science (mathematics and informatics), Graduate School of Human Development and Environment, Kobe University.

My research centers around developing theory and tools for topological data analysis. In particular, I work with representation theory, algebraic topology, algorithms and computation, and the many ways these different topics can be put together.

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- My homepage at the Mathematics and Informatics division (in Japanese)

環境数理科学プログラム・数理情報環境論でのホームページ - My ORCID page
- My researchmap page
- My Github
- My Bitbucket

- Assistant Professor, Kobe University Graduate School of Human Development and Environment, Division of human environmental science (mathematics and informatics)
- Visiting Researcher, RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project, Topological Data Analysis Team

- Ph.D. Mathematics (2016) Kyushu University
- Doctoral Thesis "Morse Reductions for Quiver Complexes and Persistent Homology on the Finite-Type Commutative Ladder Quivers" available here

- (Topological) data analysis
- (Applications of) representation theory, category theory
- Algorithms
- Software development