We aim to develop mobile robots that exceed human and biological abilities. We research not only legged robots but also mobile robots such as wheeled, flying and their hybrid type. 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.
Disasters such as earthquakes, storms, floods, etc., are a global occurrence. Recovery work and field surveys are required at disaster sites. However, in some situations, disaster locations are not easily accessible to humans. Our robots are expected to be able to work in hazardous environments on behalf of humans.
|Early March 2021||Determination of research theme|
|Late June 2021||B3 students assignment / Welcome party for B3 students|
|August 2021||First midterm presentation / Laboratory camp|
|Early December 2021||Midterm examination presentation for M1 students|
|Late December 2021||Second midterm presentation / Year-end party|
|Mid January 2022||Robot contest by B3 students (Seminar 1)|
|Early February 2022||Graduation thesis presentation|
|Late February 2022||Master’s thesis presentation|
|Late March 2022||Graduation ceremony|
Robot Contest by B3 Students (Seminar 1)
In graduation research, students are required to set their own problems, actively consider solutions to those problems, formulate a research plan, and carry out their research. In addition, they must communicate the results of their research to others in an easy-to-understand manner. The purpose of Seminar 1 is to experience the process required for graduation research and to cultivate the basic skills necessary for engineers through the Robot Contest presentation. The following are examples of works by seminar students (third-year undergraduate students).