Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute

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Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute

Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute is a unique private company established in the Kansai region in March 1986, through the broad support of industry, government and academia, with the aim of promoting fundamental and innovative R&D activities as well as contributing to society in a wide range of telecommunication fields. Since its establishment, outstanding research outcomes have been steadily achieved in such fields as neuro/knowledge science, intelligent robotics, machine language translation, and wireless communication, all made possible through collaboration with various universities, research institutes, and companies within and outside. ATR’s R&D into information and communication technologies (ICT) will be invaluable in the development of a safe and secure society as well as a true communication society, which will provide people with a more satisfying living environment. ICT focused on neuro/knowledge science, intelligent robotics, and wireless technology is the key factor for a Fruitful Healthy/Longevity Society, which is one of the most important challenges among the scientific and technological innovations underlying Japan’s revitalization strategy. In addition to our continuous efforts in advanced research and development, we will engage actively in the expansion and commercialization of our R&D outcomes. We will also strive to ensure the smooth dissemination of information as well as to promote close relations with industry, academia and government.

The following is the list of scholars from Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences