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报告时间:424日(星期08:30

报告地点:信息楼3楼自动化学院学术报告厅

报告(一)

报 告 人:Okyay Kaynak土耳其Bogazici大学教授图片1.png

报告题目:The Entanglement of Control and IT in 21st Century: Intelligent Systems

内容简介:The presentation discusses the entanglement of control and information and communication technologies (ICT) in the 21st Century as the basis of intelligent systems. An assessment of the past is presented, discussing the profound technological changes that have taken place during the last 2 decades, especially the changes observed in manufacturing industries. The emerging paradigms of big data and cyber physical systems (CPS), supported by new disruptive advances both on software and hardware side, as well as the cross-fertilization of concepts and the amalgamation of information, communication and control technology driven approaches are pointed out to. The role of deep learning in big data and CPS is discussed. This is followed by a look at the evolution of the manufacturing paradigms, with particular emphasis on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, one of the aims of which is to introduce higher levels of machine IQ in devices. The talk closes with a consideration of the possible research directions in mechatronics and robotics as the driving forces behind intelligent systems.

作者简历:Professor Okyay Kaynak received the B.Sc. degree with first class honors and Ph.D. degrees in electronic and electrical engineering from the University of Birmingham, UK, in 1969 and 1972 respectively.

From 1972 to 1979, he held various positions within the industry. In 1979, he joined the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey, where he is presently a Professor Emeritus, holding the UNESCO Chair on Mechatronics. He is also a 1000 People Plan Professor at Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China. He has hold long-term (near to or more than a year) Visiting Professor/Scholar positions at various institutions in Japan, Germany, U.S., Singapore and China. His current research interests are in the fields of intelligent control and mechatronics. He has authored three books, edited five and authored or co-authored more than 400 papers that have appeared in various journals and conference proceedings.

Dr. Kaynak is a fellow of IEEE and has just completed his 3-year term as the Editor-in-Chief of IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics. Additionally, he is on the Editorial or Advisory Boards of a number of scholarly journals. He has recently received the Chinese Government’s Friendship Award and Humboldt Research Prize.

报告(二)

报 告 人:福田敏男日本名古屋大学、名城大学教授图片2.png

报告题目:Simulation Based Medicine for Endovascular Micro Surgery

内容简介:There have been so many robotic surgery systems developed so far, one of which is the Da Vincci Robotic System that is the most successful in the business market. Most robotic surgery systems are remotely controlled devices and systems and so the quality of the surgery heavily depends on the skill of the operators. Thus simulation is so important and necessary that medical doctors can have skillful training to operate those robotic systems and to understand and make the operation with confidence.

To this purpose, there are mainly two simulation methods developed in this field so far, such as virtual reality model based and physical model based methods. There are some comparisons between them, such as advantages and dis-advantages.

We have been developing an endovascular micro surgery system and also an evaluation simulation system, whether the surgery performance is good for human doctor and/or robotics system. This simulator, Endovascular Evaluator (EVE) is made by the micro technology using the CT data of patients in the brain and other organs. It turned out to be very efficient and useful for evaluating and transferring the skill of medical doctors and also important to develop different catheter devices as well as stents and flow diverters. It can also be used for medical applications to make the aneurysm developing process scientifically clear.

作者简历: Professor Toshio Fukuda graduated from Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan in 1971 and received the Master of Engineering degree and the Doctor of Engineering degree both from the University of Tokyo, in 1973 and 1977, respectively, after studying at Yale in 1973-1975. He joined the National Mechanical Engineering Laboratory in Japan and also worked at the University of Stuttgart as a research Scientist. He joined the Science University of Tokyo in 1981, and then joined Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan in 1989. Currently he is also the professor of Beijing Institute of Technology as well as Nagoya/Meijo University. He is mainly engaging in the research fields of intelligent robotic system, micro and nano robotics, bio-robotic system, and technical diagnosis and error recovery system.

He is IEEE Fellow (1995-), and was President of IEEE Robotics& Automation Society (1998-1999), IEEE Director Division X Systems & Control (2001-2002), Founding President of IEEE Nanotechnology Council (2002-2005), Editor-In-Chief, IEEE/ASME Trans. Mechatronics (2000-2012), IEEE Region 10 Director (2013-2014). He is EiC J. Robomech from Springer (2013-), a member of the Science Council of Japan (2008-2014) and a member of the Academy of Engineering of Japan (2013-).

He has received many awards such as IEEE Eugene Mittelmann Achievement Award (1997), IEEE Third Millennium Medal (2000) , IEEE Robotics and Automation Pioneer Award (2004), IEEE Transaction Automation Science and Engineering Googol Best New Application Paper Award (2007), George Saridis Leadership Award in Robotics and Automation (2009), IEEE Robotics and Automation Technical Field Award (2010). He received the IROS Harashima Award for Innovative Technologies (2011), Friendship Award of Liaoning Province PR China (2012), Friendship Award of Chinese Government (2014), IROS Distinguished Service Award (2015), Medal of Honor with Purple Ribbon from Japanese Government (2015).  

报告(三)

报 告 人:新井健生日本大阪大学教授图片3.png

报告题目:Micro Robotics Advances Life Science

内容简介:Our micro robotics covers dexterous high speed micro manipulation, micro assembly, cell characterization, and 3D cellular system construction. The basic idea is to devise and to utilize dexterous two finger micro hands, and to achieve total micro manipulation system with high speed vision and interfaces for bio applications. Our system is multi-scalable and can manipulate micro object with the size ranging from one to hundreds micron meters seamlessly. Our constant system improvement and refinement have achieved wide range of workspace with real time 3D information, simple finger setting-up procedure, fine force sensing capability as well as automated calibration, automated picking-and-placing, etc.

Based on these activities and our collaboration experiences with biologists and medical doctors we have carried out 5 year national project on “Bio Assembler” in 2011-2016, whose target is a challenge of constructing artificial 3D cellular system(tissues) in vitro. The major topics are high speed cell characterization & sorting, 3D cellular system construction, and cell functionalization analysis. Total 32 research groups joined the consortium and worked together in the internal and/or external research collaborations.

Now we are looking at further researches and developments in new bio application fields, such as causality of various stresses in differentiation, proliferation, generation, development, and disease. The mechano biology is one of the examples of such activities and currently so active in biology and medical, however, we are looking for more than that, not just limited to the mechanical matter.

作者简历:Professor Tatsuo ARAI received B.S. M.S. and PhD degrees from the University of Tokyo in 1975, 1977, and 1986, respectively. He joined the Mechanical Engineering Laboratory, AIST in 1977, and was engaged in research and development of new arm design and control, mobile robot, teleoperation, and micro robotics. He stayed at MIT as a visiting scientist in 1986-1987. He was an adjunct lecturer at Chiba University and gave a course on robotics. He moved to Osaka University in 1997 and since then he has been a full professor at the Department of Systems Innovation, Graduate School of Engineering Science. His current research topics are mechanism design including parallel mechanisms, legged working robot, micro robotics for bio application, humanoid robot, haptic interface. He has published more than 400 journals and reviewed conference papers on robotics, 5 books, and has 37 patents including foreign 8. The publication list is on http://www-arailab.sys.es. osaka-u.ac.jp/result.html. He is IEEE Fellow, IAARC (International Association of Automation and Robotics in Construction) Director, RSJ (Robotic Society of Japan) Fellow, and JSME (Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers) Fellow. He is a deputy editor-in-chief of the Robomech Journal. He worked for the Cabinet Office as a chair of the Technical Advisory Committee of the Destruction of Abandoned Chemical Weapon in 2000-2007. He was a project leader of National Project on Hyper Bio Assembler in 2011-2016. In April 2017, he will start his research activity at Beijing Advanced Innovation Center for Intelligent Robots and Systems, Beijing Institute of Technology, as a 1000 Talent Program Professor.

报告(四)

报 告 人:Volker Graefe德国联邦国防军大学 教授图片4.png

报告题目:Robot Vision and Robot Intelligence: A Retrospect         

内容简介:An overview is given over 35 years of research on robot vision and robot intelligence at the Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany. Important milestones on the evolutionary path from simple vision-controlled machines to intelligent humanoid robots will be illustrated:

- Hardware and software architecture of real-time vision systems

- The first step into real-time vision: an inverted pendulum stabilized by vision only

- High-speed road-following by a driverless motor car

- Real-time recognition of traffic scenes on highways

- Calibration-free robot control for manipulation and navigation

- Robot control based on the concepts of perception and situation-dependent behavior selection (instead of measurements, calibration and control theory)

- Multimodal and intuitive communication between humans and humanoid robots

- A complex humanoid robot that is user-friendly, intelligent, communicative and dependable Videos displaying our robots in action will be shown.

作者简历:Professor Volker Graefe received the Ph.D. degrees in physics, mathematics and oceanography from University of Kiel, Germany, in 1964.

From 1965 to 1969, he did research in physical oceanography in University of Hawaii. From 1969 to 1975, he worked as project manager with Krupp (a major German industrial corporation). From 1975 to 2003, he became professor and head of the Institute of Measurement Science, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Bundeswehr University Munich. Science 2003, he was head of the Intelligent Robots Laboratory, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Bundeswehr University Munich. He is also visiting professor/researcher at Nagoya University and Meijo University in Japan. His current research interests are sensors for robots, including vision systems and imaging tactile sensors; system architecture and methods for behavior-based robots and real-time vision; mobile robots, learning robots, calibration-free robots; Humanoid personal assistant robots; bionics-based robot intelligence.

Dr. Volker Graefe is a fellow of IROS. He has received Nakamura Prize for the Advancement of the Technology of Intelligent Robots and Systems, in recognition of contributions to the advancement of the technology of intelligent robots and systems over a decade (1997), and IAPR/MVA prize for the most influential paper of the decade (1998). He recently is Associate Editor of the International Journal of Humanoid Robotics (IJHR).