Committee 
Date Time 
Place 
Paper Title / Authors 
Abstract 
Paper # 
MBE 
20190131 17:20 
Saga 
Saga University 
Simulation analysis of the cone mosaic model with eye optics Mio Kumagai, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Pref. Univ.) MBE201871 
Cone photoreceptors transform light energy into electrical signals. Cones show the maximum light sensitivity to either l... [more] 
MBE201871 pp.6974 
MBE 
20190131 17:45 
Saga 
Saga University 
Multiscale Modeling of the Vascular Endothelial and Smooth Muscle Cells Akira Tsukamoto, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Pref. Univ.) MBE201872 
It is known that the vascular endothelial function is impaired in early stages of atherosclerosis.
Shear stressinduced... [more] 
MBE201872 pp.7578 
MBE, NC, NLP (Joint) 
20180127 09:30 
Fukuoka 
Kyushu Institute of Technology 
Simulation of Hemodynamics during FlowMediated Dilation Naoya Asami, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Pref. Univ.) MBE201769 
The flowmediated dilation (FMD) test is the most commonly used method to assess endothelial function. The test measures... [more] 
MBE201769 pp.1924 
MBE, NC, NLP (Joint) 
20180127 11:20 
Fukuoka 
Kyushu Institute of Technology 
Mathematical model of the retinal cone mosaic with eye optics Mio Kumagai, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Pref. Univ.) NC201761 
Cone photoreceptors convert the retinal image into electrical signals. Cones show the maximum light sensitivities to eit... [more] 
NC201761 pp.6570 
MBE, NC (Joint) 
20161207 11:45 
Aichi 
Toyohashi University of Technology 
Analysis of FlowMediated Dilation by a Hemodynamics Simulation Model Naoya Asami (Aichi Pref. Univ.), Yoichi Yamazaki (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.), Akira Tsukamoto, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Pref. Univ.) MBE201660 
Flowmediated dilation test is the most commonly used method to diagnose endothelial function of arteriosclerosis in ear... [more] 
MBE201660 pp.1924 
MBE, NC (Joint) 
20161207 16:45 
Aichi 
Toyohashi University of Technology 
Model of the retinal cone mosaic with the dynamic adaptation mechanisim Ayana Kanaishi, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi pref, Univ.) NC201647 
Color vision is mediated by three types of cone photoreceptors, the L, M and S cones. These cones packed as cone mosaic ... [more] 
NC201647 pp.4348 
MBE, NC (Joint) 
20151219 16:15 
Aichi 
Nagoya Institute of Technology 
Mathematical modeling of shear stressmediated mechanotransduction of vascular endothelial cells Yuji Ohashi, Yoichi Yamazaki, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Pref. Univ.) MBE201576 
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MBE201576 pp.7982 
MBE, NC (Joint) 
20151219 16:40 
Aichi 
Nagoya Institute of Technology 
Pulse waveform analysis through simulation of systemic hemodynamics Takuya Sakai, Yoichi Yamazaki, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ.) MBE201577 
The evaluation of arteriosclerosis progression is important for the prophylaxis of cardiac and circulatory diseases.
No... [more] 
MBE201577 pp.8388 
MBE, NC (Joint) 
20151219 17:05 
Aichi 
Nagoya Institute of Technology 
Realistic modeling of the retinal photoreceptor mosaic Naomi Saito, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ.) NC201555 
In the retina, cone and rod photoreceptors are forming a nonuniform spatial arrangement called a photoreceptor mosaic. T... [more] 
NC201555 pp.5560 
MBE, NC (Joint) 
20141213 15:30 
Aichi 
Nagoya University 
Simulation analysis of endothelial function and pulse wave velocity Yohei Kondo (Aichi Prefectural Univ.), Yoichi Yamazaki (Aichi Science and Technology Foundation), Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ.) MBE201489 
It is known that the early sign of atherosclerosis is a reduction of endothelial function. The assessment of FMD (Flow M... [more] 
MBE201489 pp.8388 
MBE, NC (Joint) 
20141213 09:00 
Aichi 
Nagoya University 
Simulation and functional analysis of electrical coupling between retinal cones Mei Kunieda, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ.) NC201444 
Color vision is mediated by three types of cone photoreceptors, the L, M and S cones. L and M cones are electrically cou... [more] 
NC201444 pp.16 
HIP 
20140926 10:20 
Nara 
Nara Prefectural New Public Hall 
Evaluation of information rate in responses of retinal photoreceptor layer considering miniature eye movements Keiichiro Inagaki (Chubu Univ.), Takayuki Kannon (RIKEN), Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Pref. Univ.), Akito Ishihara (Chukyo Univ.), Shiro Usui (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) HIP201454 
Fixation, holding one’s eyes on an object, plays a key role in the perception of visual scenes. The miniature fluctuatio... [more] 
HIP201454 pp.6165 
NC, MBE (Joint) 
20111220 16:10 
Aichi 
Nagoya Institute of Technology 
A mathematical model of vascular endothelial cell and smooth muscle based on physiological mechanisms Akio Yamaguchi (Aichi Prefectural Univ.), Yoichi Yamazaki (Aichi Science and Technology Foundation), Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ.) MBE201177 
The vascular endothelial cell reactivity provides important diagnostic and prognostic information in patients with (or a... [more] 
MBE201177 pp.5762 
NC, MBE (Joint) 
20111220 09:55 
Aichi 
Nagoya Institute of Technology 
A largescale computational model of the cone mosaic in the primate retina Daiki Sone, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ.) NC201184 
Color vision is mediated by cone photoreceptors. These cells have the function of converting absorbed photons into neura... [more] 
NC201184 pp.16 
NC, MBE (Joint) 
20111220 15:45 
Aichi 
Nagoya Institute of Technology 
A cloudbased modeling and computer simulation platform for neuroinformatics Hikaru Murai, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ.) NC201194 
Computer simulation is an increasingly important tool in neuroscience research.
However, there is a consensus that p... [more] 
NC201194 pp.5964 
NC, MBE (Joint) 
20091211 17:00 
Aichi 

On the estimating method of the information rates of retinal ganglion cells Hiroki Saito, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ) NC200969 
Mutual information is often used to quantify the response property of retinal ganglion cells to sensory inputs. To calcu... [more] 
NC200969 pp.3742 
NC, MBE (Joint) 
20091211 17:25 
Aichi 

Analysis of Spike Timing Characteristics in Retinal Ganglion Cell by the Stochastic Model Yuichiro Sakuragi, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ.) NC200970 
The retinal ganglion cells respond with reliable and precise spike
pattern to fluctuating inputs. It was suggested tha... [more] 
NC200970 pp.4348 
MBE, NC (Joint) 
20071222 13:55 
Aichi 

A mathematical model of a retinal rod photoreceptor network Yusuke Miyamoto, Yoshimi Kamiyama (Aichi Prefectural Univ) NC200780 
In this study, to analyze the underlying mechanism of rod photoresponses, we developed a mathematical model of the rod n... [more] 
NC200780 pp.5358 