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＜About the presentation＞
●Speaker：Shuntaro Takekuma（Graduate School of Engineering）
●Title： Mathematical Approach for Control of Space Exploration Robots
In order to investigate the composition of materials on the planets in our solar system such as moons and asteroids, it is necessary to send a spacecraft to the site and conduct on-site investigations. In this presentation, we introduce a hopping rover, which is a mobile robot for exploring low gravity planets, and describe how to mathematically control the robot for the purpose.
●Speaker：LIU Yuzhang（Graduate School of Informatics）
●Title：Image-based Real-time laparoscopic detection on embedded devices
Minimally invasive surgery, utilizing small incisions and laparoscopic tools (camera-equipped instruments), offers reduced trauma, faster recovery, and fewer complications compared to traditional surgery. This research strives to enhance surgical navigation in such procedures by creating an efficient, real-time algorithm for laparoscopic tool detection on compact devices, ultimately improving surgical performance and patient outcomes.