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    Biomedical Wet Robotics Subarea

    Professor MORISHIMA Keisuke
    We have demonstrated an environmentally robust biotic-abiotic robotic system that uses living components, called "Cellular Build Up Wet Nano Robotics". To utilize robust biological components as a functional systems and self assembly process and their emergent functionality, and to build up such a soft and wet machines will lead us an innovative fundamental change and produce a new principle and design to future man-made systems.

    Dynamical Systems Control Subarea

    Professor OSUKA Koichi   Associate Professor SUGIMOTO Yasuhiro   Assistant Professor SUEOKA Yuichiro
    We are trying to understand the secret and essence of control principle of motion intelligence of wide variety of dynamical systems including living things. To do so, we understand the dynamical systems from a view point of Control Methodology. Then, we construct a new design principle of control system for artificial or natural controlled object.

    HyperHuman Engineering Subarea

    Professor KANEKO Makoto   Associate Professor HIGASHIMORI Mitsuru   Assistant Professor HORADE Mitsuhiro
    Our research concept includes the basic research on hyper human technology by using high-speed vision and high-speed actuator, and its application to bio/medical well as robotics. We are tackling interdisciplinary researches: cell exercise, high-speed cell manipulation (bio/regenerative medicine), and eating-sensory evaluation robot system (medical welfare/food science).

    Spacecraft Dynamics and Control Subarea

    Professor YAMADA Katsuhiko   Assistant Professor SHOJI Yasuhiro
    We are making research on the stability and control of a spacecraft and a balloon based on the spacecraft orbital and attitude dynamics and the balloon flight dynamics. We are developing an efficient orbital control and an agile attitude control of spacecraft by using thrusters or control moment gyros. We are also developing a precise attitude control of a balloon based on the dynamics analysis of the three-dimensional motion.


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