Mitsunori Ogihara's Page

Mitsunori Ogihara

Mitsunori Ogihara, Professor, Ph.D. (1993), Tokyo Institute of Technology.

Contact Information

Email: ogihara AT cs DOT miami DOT edu
Phone: 305-284-2308
Fax: 305-284-2264
Delivery Address:
Department of Computer Science
University of Miami
1365 Memorial Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146, USA

Research Interests

I have a broad range of interests related to computing, including theory of computation, music information retrieval, data mining, and digital humanities.



“Fundamentals of Java Programming” from Springer International. Here is the publisher link and its cover.
Fundamentals Front Cover

“Music Data Miing” from CRC Press in 2012. Here is the publisher link and its cover.

Music Data Mining Front Cover

A complexity theory textbook “ Hierachies in Complexity Theory” from Kyoritsu Publishing Co., 2006, written in Japanese.
Front Cover of the Complexity Book Back Cover of the Complexity Book

“The Complexity Theory Companion”, written with Lane Hemaspaandra The Complexity Theory Companion (Hemaspaandra and Ogihara, Springer-Verlag, 2002).
Complexity Theory Companion Front Cover

Curriculum Vitae (Please refer to my publication section for a list of my papers)


Editorial Positions


I do not provide information for my courses here. At the University of Miami, I have taughted in the past: CSC120 Computer Programming I, CSC198/FNS190 DaVinci Seminar / Frenshman Seminar - iListen/uListen, CSC220 Data Structures, and CSC427 Theory of Computation. If you are instuctors and interested in seeing my teaching materials, please send me email.

Former PhD Students

Related Links

Computing Research Association

Assocation for Computing Machinery

Notes about myself

I am very much interested in music. I have been collecting CDs/LPs in jazz, classical, pop, and rock. I have an extensive collection of recordings by Helen Merrill, Karin Krog, Art Ensemble of Chicago, and Mahler Symphonies. The picture at the top shows my 6/8 Samuel Shen bass and Steinway-S, the 150th Anniversary Model.