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World automation congress september 19-22, 2010 - старонка 7




WAC 2010



TUESDAY September 21, 2010

GRID



Time

Event



Venue




0900-1000



(TUE-AM1)



Keynote TUE-AM1 – Honoree Lecture



Bio-robotic Innovative Manipulation for Micro and Nano World


Professor Toshio Fukuda


Nagoya University, Japan

Chair:

Kazuo Kiguchi,

Japan

3F-301




1000-1100



(TUE-AM2)



Keynote TUE-AM2

Single Molecule Imaging and Nanometry: Fluctuation and Function of Life Professor Toshio Yanagida



Osaka University, Japan

Chair:

Yutaka Hata,

Japan

3F-301




1100-1120


BREAK

4F and 5F (Conference Center)


1120-1220



(TUE-AM3)



Keynote TUE-AM3 – Honoree Lecture



A Challenge to Minimally Invasive Surgery for Epilepsy



Professor Takeshi Yamakawa



Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

Chair:

Mo Jamshidi, USA



3F-301



1220-1320


LUNCH BREAK

Open


1320-1440


(TUE-PM1)


NINE PARALLEL SESSIONS



See Detailed tables




1440-1500


BREAK

4F and 5F (Conference Center)


1500-1620


(TUE-PM2)


NINE PARALLEL SESSIONS



See Detailed tables



1700-1800


Tour bird sanctuary and flower gardens of Kobe Kachoen, Kobe, Japan



See Detailed tables



1830-2100


Gala Banquet and Awards Ceremony


(Kobe K

Kachoen

Garden and Sanctuary)



Chair:

Mo Jamshidi

, USA

Awards Presentation



WAC 2012 – Puerto Vallarta

, Mexico

National Chair:

Edgar Sanchez,

Mexico


Kobe Kachoen Gardens



2100-2200



Musical Show ; Tamae and Takeshi Yamakawa



Kobe Kachoen



GENERAL SESSIONS – TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 2010



Bio-robotic Innovative Manipulation for Micro and Nano World



Toshio Fukuda



Nagoya University, Japan

ABSTRACT:

Robotic technology can be applied for many areas, such as manufacturing, environment hazard and rescue, inspection and maintenance, traffic control, daily life support, medicine, bio-automation, entertainment and amusement, and many others. There are so many innovative areas in robotics and automation and in particular in micro and nano areas.

In this talk, based on micro technology, the specific application to the Bio-medical area is presented with on-going research projects. The robots need a good hardware system with advanced sensors and actuators based on micro and nanotechnology, intelligent control system and a good human-robot interface for operators to use it easily. There are many medical robots which aim to help patients to have minimum invasive surgery robotic system.

Medical doctor needs training to improve skills better to operate those robots efficiently. Thus the more sophisticated simulator system is required to improve skill by hardware and/or virtual reality technologies. In this talk, the intravascular micro surgery system is shown with the blood vessel simulator. Then the nano-robotic system is introduced to show the current status of the robotics and automation technologies in the nano world. In particular, nano bio area including the biological cell handling will be presented with application of the robotic manipulation system. These salient features are to observe measure and manipulate cells in the 3 D system, unlike the conventional system. At the end, the potential applications will be discussed by the future bio robotic manipulation.

About the Honoree

:

Toshio Fukuda

received the B.A. degree from Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, in 1971, and the M.S and Dr. Eng. from the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, in 1973 and 1977, respectively. In 1977, he joined the National Mechanical Engineering Laboratory. In 1982, he joined the Science University of Tokyo, Japan, and then joined Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan, in 1989. Currently, he is Director of Center for Micro-Nano Mechatronics and Professor of Department of Micro-Nano Systems Engineering at Nagoya University, where he is mainly involved in the research fields of intelligent robotic and mechatronics system, cellular robotic system, and micro- and nano-robotic system.

Dr. Fukuda was President of IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (1998-1999), Director of the IEEE Division X, Systems and Control (2001-2002), and Editor-in-Chief of IEEE / ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2000-2002). He was President of IEEE Nanotechnology Council (2002-2003, 2005) and President of SOFT (Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics) (2003-2005). He was elected as a member of Science Council of Japan (2008- ). He received the IEEE Eugene Mittelmann Award (1997), IEEE Millennium Medal (2000), IEEE Robotics and Automation Pioneer Award (2004), IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Distinguished Service Award (2005), Award from Ministry of Education and Science in Japan (2005). IEEE Nanotechnology Council Distinguished service award (2007). Best Googol Application paper awards from IEEE Trans. Automation Science and Engineering (2007). Best papers awards from RSJ (2004) and SICE (2007), Special Funai Award from JSME (2008), 2009 George Saridis Leadership Award in Robotics and Automation (2009), IEEE Fellow (1995), SICE Fellow (1995), JSME Fellow (2001), RSJ Fellow (2004).
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