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Tad Gonsalves
AI Lab

Prof. Tad Gonsalves, PhD
Department of Information & Communication Sciences,
Faculty of Science & Technology,
Sophia University,
Tokyo, Japan

About Laboratory

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Research

Artifical intelligence applications,

Design of expert systems,

Nature inspired algorithms,

Machine learnig

Publications

Refereed journals,

Book Chapters,

International Conferences,

Others

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Books

AI Book - Artifical Intelligence

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Lab Enviroments

Tad Gonsalves Lab enviroments- GPU computing with Cuda

GPU computing with Cuda

We are accelerating our development with GPU computing.

The latest workstation has five P100 Nvidia GPUs and three GTX 1080 Ti GPUs. 

Tad Gonsalves Lab enviroments- ParallelProcessing

Parallel Processing

AI needs plenty of time to train. 

We are parallelizing the algorithms on multi-servers for efficiency.

Tad Gonsalves Laboratory at Yotsuya Campus

LAB

Gonsalves Lab on Sophia University Yotsuya Campus.

Each of the desktop machines is taylor made either with Intel i7 or i9 CPUs and GPUs connected in SLI mode. The systems are water-cooled for efficiency and noise control. 

Teaching

The following subjects are taught in this lab.

Teaching Japanese

Subjects taught in Japanese

Teaching English

Subjects taught in English

Seminars

Research Seminars

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STEC

Modern Architecture

What is STEC?

The "Science and Technology Exchange Committee"(STEC)under the Faculty of Science & Technology organizes a three-month research program for the science & engineering staff of universities in the Asian countries. Every year, the Faculty has a number of visiting researchers actively participating in this research program.

In the Past

Jay Upaddhay, lecturer at Xavier College of Engineering, Mumbai, and an expert in AI & Robotics, joined our research group for three months last year. With his help we were able to take our autonomous drive simulation studies to the real world using a car robot.

Applications invited

If you interested in the STEC research program, e-mail me or contact the Sophia STEC office:  f-scitec at sophia.ac.jp

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