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Program in Mechanical Systems; MECS

 
NameMain Research Programs 
Ichiro ISHIMARU
(Professor)
Spectroscopic imaging for healthcare sensors and environmental measurements and conservation of cultural properties
Yukihiko OKUMURA
(Professor)
 Development of renewable energy utilization technologies
(Technologies of biomass gasification, gas engine, and ammonia burner)
Mechanism of pollutant formation, and suppression technologies associated with coal/biomass combustion
Shuxiang GUO
(Professor)
The design, characteristic evaluation and control of intelligent microsystems for biomedical application
Daisuke SASAKI
(Professor)
Development of human-friendly robots using pneumatic soft actuators
Fusao SHIMOKAWA
(Professor)
Sensing devises based on micro/nano fabrication technology
Keisuke SUZUKI
(Professor) 
Research on active safety and human factors (Human-Machine- Interface) in read traffic environment
Hidekuni TAKAO
(Professor)
Integrated microsensors and systems based on semiconductor LSI/MEMS technologies
Satoru TAKAHASHI
(Professor)
Bioimage informatics
Hideyuki HIRATA
(Professor)
Material strength, material design and micro devices based on computer simulation technology
Shoichi MAEYAMA
(Professor)
Autonomous mobile robot and its application to mobile rescue robot
Hidenori ISHIHARA
(Associate Professor)
Intellectualization and functionalization of robotics
Kyohei TERAO
(Associate Professor)
Nano-micro fluidic systems for analysis of single cells and single biomolecules
Hidenori YOSHIMURA
(Associate Professor)
Developments of plastic working processes, mechanical property testing methods of materials and computer aided engineering techniques in the field of plastic working
Koh INOUE
(Lecturer)
Biomechanics of human movement
Assistive devices for human movement
Keiko SATO
(Associate Professor)
Information processing of human sensation and perception
Color vision mechanism and color universal design
Jun-ichiro HAYASHI
(Lecturer)
Object recognition and human-support system using vision technology
(Assistant Professor)
Development of the ceramic hard coatings and evaluation of the surface properties