Q. What kind of research do I do in the Tei Lab?
A. Our laboratory is working on software development of next generation software systems, such as IoT systems, automated driving systems, and self-adaptive software. For more details, please refer to the Research section.

Q. How do I decide on my research theme?
A. At first, you will be assigned to the research group that you are interested in. After that, it is encouraged that you can decide the research theme in your own interest. If you have trouble deciding the research theme, senior members of the research group can also provide you with some possible research themes. In both cases, you will be supported by the senior members of your research group.

Q. Where will the lab's activities be based?
A. Our lab is located in GCS Bldg. 40, room 606. (See Access for details.) Each student can use a desk with a large display. In 2021, all laboratory activities are basically conducted online due to the effects of the coronavirus.

Q. How often do I need to go back and forth between the Nishi-Waseda campus and my lab every week?
A. Students in our lab usually visit the Nishi-Waseda campus about 1 to 2 days a week. They seem to choose lectures to be in a few days. It takes about 15 minutes from Nishi-Waseda campus to our laboratory using a shuttle bus. Some students are using bicycles.

Q. What is your regular meeting schedule?
A. The regular meetings are mainly as follows:

  • Research group weekly meeting
    • days and times vary by group
  • Laboratory Seminar
    • M0 and above
    • 9:00-11:00 on Monday
  • Joint seminar with Fukasawa and Washizaki Lab
    • M0 and above
    • 14:40-17:50 on Monday

Q. Are there any training camps during long vacations?
A. Yes, we have laboratory camps during the summer and winter vacations. (Camps in 2021 have been cancelled due to the coronavirus.)

Q. Can I enter the Tei Lab if I don't participate in the project research in my third year?
A. Yes, you can. We don't make it a condition of assignment to the laboratory.