Annual Review 2011 > Division of Computer Engineering

Computer Devices Laboratory

Yasuhiro Hisada

Assistant Professor

The Computer Device Laboratory (CDL) focuses on education and research for electorinics devices, and biomedical engineering.


For the undergraduate students;

Introduction to Programming (Y. Hisada)

Programming C (Y. Hisada)

Advanced Electronics (Y. Hisada)


In the field of Biomedical Engineering is the fusion of medicine and engineering, various efforts have been made.

In this laboratory is aimed at the following:

  1. Study of analog circuits that are needed to deal with the biological signal.
  2. Study of hardware device that allows high-speed digital processing.
  3. Establishment of methods of signal processing and analysis for biological signal, as a preliminary step to realize in hardware.

Time-frequency analysis of electrocardiogram, and estimation of the sleep stages by heart rate variability have been studied as a concrete target.

Ph.D., Master and Graduation Theses


Yasuhiro Suzuki. Real Time Extracting and Analyzing Heart Rate using Microcomputer. Graduation Thesis, School of Computer Science and Engineering, 2011.

Thesis Adviser: Y. Hisada