Molecular Bioinformatics
(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

Research Staff

  • Prof. Kazuhiko Fukui

    Prof.
    Kazuhiko FUKUI

  • Prof. Kentaro Tomii

    Prof.
    Kentaro TOMII

E-mail { k-fukui, k-tomii }[at] aist.go.jp

Research Areas

Omics-driven drug repositioning and repurposing

Bioinformatics tool integration for workflow analysis

Biological molecule structural analysis from electron microscopy images

A domain specific language for molecular model scripting animations

Key Features

Graduate students' individual research projects and collaboration studies in bioinformatics areas are hosted at laboratories in the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST).

Experiencing a wide variety of research methods and techniques, and working with researchers from both biology and informatics fields.

Various software systems for bioinformatics research projects developed in AIST in the last decade demonstrate the computational studies required for future problem solving.

Other Topics

Software development for modern high performance computing

Applications of haptic user interface devices for molecular modeling