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Doshisha University (Private)

Doshisha University (Private)

Protein Structure

Protein Structure Prediction The mapping of the human genome, worked on through international cooperation, was completed in April, 2003. Now clarifying the function of proteins is important. The function of a protein is closely connected to its structure and various results are expected such as discovering the formation mechanism of disease that occurs from a protein's mistaken folding (Alzheimer's disease, bovine spongiform encephalopathy) and the development of new drugs with the function of specific proteins. In our research group, we are predicting the structure of proteins with computers using systems that combine a technique called the molecular simulation method and optimization methods. Multi-objective Genetic Algorithms Multi-objective optimization problems are problems where the optimal solution is sought from multiple evaluation criteria that have trade-off relationships. In these problems, due to their characteristics, solutions exist as multiple solutions or a set of infinite solutions. In recent years there has been much research on multi-objective Genetic Algorithms (GA) that applies GA to multi-purpose optimization problems. In this group, we are proposing GA to obtain highly accurate solution sets widely distributed in a solution space, and we are conducting research such as the optimization of diesel engine fuel injection scheduling.

Web Communication Our purpose in the Web Communication Group is to create a system to support the communication of teachers and students in the laboratory to energize research activities. The created system uses blogs and supports creating "connections" between blogs. Intelligent Lighting Systems Intelligent lighting systems are systems in which individual lights control the illuminance for respective locations by autonomous learning. Since they have no centralized control mechanism, the system has a high fault tolerance and achieves high reliability in large-scale buildings. The system can automatically judge the effective illumination and supply a suitable illuminance in appropriate locations just by users setting the target illuminance for the illuminance sensors, without requiring the illumination's or illuminance sensor's location information. These next generation illumination systems are attracting attention because they can realize energy savings by avoiding turning on unnecessary lights.

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