Hideaki Sena, Ph.D. (瀬名 秀明 Sena Hideaki?, born January 17, 1968 in Shizuoka City) is a Japanese pharmacologist and novelist. Sena was a graduate student at Tohoku University when he wrote his prizewinning debut novel, Parasite Eve.
His most famous novel, Parasite Eve, was adapted into a film and a popular horror role-playing video game by Square. When Parasite Eve was adapted as a video game, Hideaki Sena did not learn the titles plot until it was completed, since the game was a collaboration between Square and his publisher. He is also the author of Brain Valley, for which he won the Nihon SF Taisho Award, and Tomorrow's Robots.
- Parasite Eve (Kadokawa Bookstore, 1995 / Kadokawa Horror Library, 1996 / Shinchou Library, 2007)
- BRAIN VALLEY (Kadokawa Bookstore, 1997 / Kadokawa Library, 2000 / Shinchou Library, 2005)
- Novels & Science - Creation Surpassing the Science/Literature Boundary (Iwanami Bookstore, 1993)
- August Museum (Kadokawa Bookstore, 2000 / Kadokawa Library, 2003 / Shinchou Library, 2006)
- 21st Century Robot (Bungeishunju Bunshun New Works, 2001)
- The Rainbow Planetarium (Shoudensha, 2001) (Astronomic Museum, Gotou Planetarium) Set in Tounichi Tenmonkan Astronomic Museum
- Menzel's Chess Player (Koubunsha, 2001)
- Robot of Tomorrow (Bungeishinju, 2002)
- The Heart's Time Machine! - A Novel by Hideaki Sena / The Cooking Club (Kadokawa Bookstore, 2002)
- Robot Opera (Koubunsha, 2004)
- Descartes' Sealed Room (Shinchousha, 2005)
- The 9th Day - The Tragedy of Joy (Koubunsha, 2006)
- Science in Wonderland (Shoubunsha, 2006)
- Hideaki Sena's Essays on Robots (2008)
- Every Breath (2008)
- Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops (2011)
- Computer Kakumei: Saikyou × Saisoku no Zunou Tanjou (2012)
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