Kazuya Horibe

Kazuya Horibe

Ph.D. student

Osaka University

Biography

Kazuya Horibe is currently a Ph.D. student in Theoretical Biology lab, Osaka University. He is studying computational biology, artificial life in the graduate school of Osaka University, after finished Bachelor’s degree in biological science in Osaka University and Master’s degree in information science in Osaka University.

Interests

  • Neural networks
  • Morphogenesis
  • Pattern dynamics
  • Evolution
  • Artificial life
  • Urban planning theory

Education

  • Complex Systems Summer School, 2019

    Santa Fe Institute

  • MEng in Information Scienece and Technology,Supervisor:Taro Maeda, 2018

    Osaka University

  • BSc in Biological Science,Supervisor:Koichi Fujimoto, 2016

    Osaka University

Publications

(see also Google Citation and ResearchGate)

  1. K. Horibe, K. Hironaka, K. Matsushita, and K. Fujimoto, "Curved surface geometry-induced topological change of an excitable planar wavefront",
    Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journalof Nonlinear Science, vol. 29, no. 9, p. 093 120, 2019 (2019)
  2. K. Matsushita, K. Horibe, N. Kamamoto, and K. Fujimoto, “Cell migration driven byreceptor density polarity of cell-matrix adhesion”,
    Proceedings of the Symposium on Simulation ofTraffic Flow, vol. 24, pp. 5–8 (2018)

Presentations

Internatioal Conference (Oral)

  1. K. Horibe,K. Hironaka,K. Matsushita,K. Fujimoto, "The surface geometry of cerebral cortex induces topological changes of cortical traveling waves",
    4th HBP Student Conference on Interdisciplinary Brain Research, Pisa. Italy. Jan. 2020

Internatioal Conference (Poster)

  1. K. Horibe,K. Hironaka,K. Matsushita,K. Fujimoto, "The surface geometry of living things induces a topological change of a chemical traveling wave during morphogenesis",
    EMBL-IBEC Winter Conference, Barcelona. Spain. Feb. 2020
  2. K. Horibe,K. Hironaka,K. Matsushita,K. Fujimoto, "The surface geometry of cerebral cortex induces topological changes of cortical traveling waves",
    4th HBP Student Conference on Interdisciplinary Brain Research, Pisa. Italy. Jan. 2020
  3. K. Horibe,K. Hironaka,K. Matsushita,K. Fujimoto, "Curvature-driven splitting of a planar travelling wave",
    Patterns and Waves 2016 ,P-28, Hokkaido. Japan. Aug. 2016

Seminar

  1. "Surface geometry-induced splitting of traveling wave" 数理科学セミナー, Hokkaido Uni.,21th Nov. 2018
  2. "How surface geometry controls neuronal signal propagation on cerebral cortex"
    Tani Lab. Seminar,OIST,15th Dec. 2018

Symposia organized

  1. "Asethetics in Mathematical Biology",
    29th JSMB,Tokyo,15th Sep. 2019

Arts

Tachihokoru

  • WRO BIENNALE, Wroclaw, Poland, 2019

  • Art Hack Day, Tokyo, Japan, 2018

Work&Teaching

Work Experience

  • November 1, 2017 - March 10, 2018
    noizarchitects, Tokyo, Japan, Topic: Urban planning theory

  • March 15, 2017 - April 8, 2017
    noizarchitects, Tokyo, Japan, Topic: Automatic drawing, Computational design

Teaching

  • April 9, 2019 - Jun, 2019
    Fundamentals of Computer Organization, TA, Osaka Uni.
  • April 9, 2019 - August, 2019
    Basic Modern Life Science, TA, Osaka Uni.
  • December 13, 2018 - December 14, 2018
    Student Laboratory (Computational Biology), TA, Osaka Uni.
  • April 9, 2018 - Augusut 8, 2018
    Basic Modern Life Science, TA, Osaka Uni.
  • September 25, 2017 - September 30, 2017
    Marine Biology Field Work (Shirahama), Chemistry - Biology Combined Major Program, TA, Osaka Uni.

Awards

Award

Science
  • April, 2014
    Best Performance Prize
    Best performance in Honors Seminar for presentation of “Determination of lifespan by neural activity”

  • November, 2013
    Best Performance Prize
    Best performance in Honors Seminar for presentation of “Structure and function of copper-containing proteins derived from highly thermophilic bacteria”

Art

Grant

Crowdfunding

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