报 告 人：福岛E.文彦教授，日本东京工科大学
（Prof. Edwardo F. Fukushima, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan）
报告题目：Articulated Body Mobile Robot Research at the Land Sea Air Mobile Robotics Laboratory
内容简介：This lab aims to research and develop mobile robots for maintaining a sustainable society. Main interest includes robotic systems for environmental monitoring and resource investigation work, robots for disaster prevention, rescue, infrastructure maintenance, agriculture, medical and welfare supporting robots and other service robots. In order to realize a robot that is truly useful in each field, there are many unresolved technical and academic subjects, so there are still need to make many advanced innovation in this field. In this talk, I will present many examples of robots, in particular the development of long snake-like robots, including a novel externally propelled worm-type robot prototype.
报告人简介：Prof. Edwardo F. Fukushima received B.E. (1989) and Ph.D.(1994) from Federal Center of Technological Education of Paraná and Tokyo Institute of Technology respectively. Since 1994, he Joined Tokyo Institute of Technology and served as Assistant Professor of School of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Science and Graduate School of Science and Engineering. He also was a Visiting Researcher at Stanford University, USA in 2001 and a Visiting Scientist at Artificial Intelligent Laboratory, University of Zurich in 2004 respectively. He Joined Tokyo University of Technology from 2014 and servers as professor in School of Engineering now. Dr. Edwardo F. Fukushima has made great academic achievements. He won the Best Paper Award of The 3rd International Conference on Underwater System Technology (USYS'10) in 2010, the Best Paper Award of 2014 IEEE/SICE International Symposium on System Integration (SII2014) and so on. He is also the membership of the Robotics Society of Japan (RSJ), the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME), the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (SICE), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).