開催報告

IEEE ICMA 2017 workshop開催報告

概要

  • オーガナイザー: 木村幸太郎、橋本浩一
  • 演者: 橋本浩一、妻木勇一、前川卓也、Gancho Vachkov、飛龍志津子、高橋晋、木村幸太郎
  • テーマ: 工学分野への「動物ナビゲーションのシステム科学」の紹介
  • 聴衆人数: 30人

About the workshop

The purpose of this workshop is to introduce systems science of bio-navigation. We are trying to develop the foundation of research scheme that integrates robotics, data science, ecology, and neuroscience, with the theme of navigation. In navigation, animals as well as humans properly and promptly perform the following: the acquisition of dynamically-changing information from external and internal environment, the choice of route and destination based on the information, and the behavioral regulation to reach the destination, all of which can be modified by their memory, emotions etc. Thus, through the study of navigation, we can also analyze a variety of brain functions. In this workshop, we will introduce the incredible abilities of animals during navigation, and ongoing research projects understanding and applying them.

Schedule

Time Topics Speaker List

 

 

14:00-14:10

 

 

Welcome speech

 
14:10-14:30 Robotic microscope for measuring and manipulating neural activity during navigation Prof. Koichi Hashimoto

Tohoku University, Japan

14:30-14:50 Robot technology enhancing bio-logging science Prof. Yuichi Tsumaki

Yamagata University, Japan

14:50-15:10 Knowledge discovery from animal locomotion data Prof.Takuya Maekawa

Osaka University, Japan

15:10-15:30 Coffee break  
15:30-15:50 Tuning of a Fuzzy Controller for Collision Free Navigation of a Mobile Robot in Constraint Environment Prof. Gancho Vachkov

Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS)

Azerbaijan

15:50-16:10 Measuring the "attention" during 3D navigation of bats Prof. Shizuko Hiryu

Doshisha University, Japan

16:10-16:30 Memory of places in rats

 

 

Prof. Susumu Takahashi

Doshisha University, Japan

16:30-16:50 Differential equations for decision-making in worms' navigation Prof. Kotaro Kimura

Osaka University, Japan

16:50-17:00

 

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