The Intelligent Robotics Laboratory (Kenji Hashimoto Lab.) was launched in April 2018 at Department of Mechanical Engineering Informatics, School of Science and Technology, Meiji University, Japan.
We research on mobile robots such as legged robots and leg-wheel hybrid robots. Specifically, we are working on research subjects such as hardware development, environment recognition, path planning, robot motion generation, and controller design using various sensor information. In the long term, we aim to develop robots with superhuman and superbiotic abilities.
In FY2021, the laboratory has 10 master’s students and 10 undergraduate students.
We will present one paper at Humanoids 2020@Munich, Germany (online). Haoxiang Qi, Xuechao Chen, Zhangguo Yu, … Continue reading “Humanoids 2020@Munich, Germany (online)”
The member page was updated to reflect the start of the fiscal year 2021.
Four second-year master’s students and nine fourth-year undergraduates completed their degrees. In addit … Continue reading “AY2020 Diploma Presentation”
A survey paper was published in Advanced Robotics. Kenji Hashimoto, “Mechanics of humanoid robot,” Advanced Ro … Continue reading “Survey paper published in Advanced Robotics”
The following paper presented at ROMANSY 2020 has been awarded the Silver Best Student Paper Award. Hideki Miz … Continue reading “Silver Best Student Paper Award (ROMANSY 2020)”
Our paper was accepted to the International Journal of Mechatronics and Automation. Takuya Kanda, Li Qi, Jun O … Continue reading “International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics Research”
We presented two papers at ROMANSY 2020 @Online. Hiroki Mineshita, Takuya Otani, Kenji Hashimoto, Masanori Sak … Continue reading “ROMANSY 2020 @Online”
Nine junior students newly joined our laboratory. Member page was updated.
Our paper was accepted to the International Journal of Mechatronics and Automation. Kazuya Miyagawa, Takuya Ka … Continue reading “International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics Research”
Our paper was accepted to the International Journal of Mechatronics and Automation. Takashi Matsuzawa, Ayanori … Continue reading “International Journal of Mechatronics and Automation”