Fluctuation is ubiquitious in biological rhythm, such as heart rhythm and breathing rhythm. Our mission is to investegate characterisics of such fluctuation from the viewpoint of Mathematics and Complexity Science, and to develop methods for evaluating biological dysfunction and making proper diagnosis. Moreover, we seek to improve efficiency and quality of medical care, using big data collected with wearble devices.

Call for graduate students

Kiyono Lab accepts graduate students being interested in research themes listed below:

  • Medical Data Science
  • Machine Learning
  • Bigdata Analysis
  • Timeseries Analysis
Mature age applicants are also welcome. Please contact Ken Kiyono (contact info) for more information.


Osaka University Toyonaka Campus,
Graduate School of Engineering Science, Building J, 4F
20 minutes from Ishibashi handai-mae station (Hankyu Takarazuka Line)
8 minutes from Shibahara handai-mae station (Osaka Monorail Main Line)