Takashi Shinozaki

Main Lab Location:

CiNet (Main bldg.)

Specific Research Topic:

Visual neuroscience, neuronal modeling, and deep learning

Mailing Address:

1-4 Yamadaoka, Suita City, Osaka, 565-0871, Japan


tshino at


My research focuses on the transient process of binocular rivalry, and computational mechanisms of information processing in the brain.
In my past research, I have recorded MEG or EEG responses during binocular rivalry with a newly developed steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP) analytical method, termed ‘phase template analysis’. I am trying to clarify the primitive decision process in the brain with binocular rivalry using novel analytical methods.
I also investigate the effect of neural inhibition on a large scale neural population by numerical simulation of model neurons to understand the mechanisms of information processing in the brain.



Selected Publications:

Shinozaki, T., Naruse, Y. & Umehara, H. Gap junctions facilitate propagation of synchronous firing in the cortical neural population: a numerical simulation study. Nerural Networks 46: 91-98 (2013)

Shinozaki, T., Okada, M., Reyes, A. D., Cateau, H. Flexible traffic control of the synfire-mode transmission by inhibitory modulation: Nonlinear noise reduction. Phys. Rev. E 81, 011913 (2010)

Shinozaki, T., Cateau, H., Urakubo, H., Okada, M. Controlling synfire chain by inhibitory synaptic input. J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 76:044806 (2007)