Mr. Shouhei KAWASUMI, a graduated student in 2014, won the IFToMM Young Investigator Fund Best Paper Award

Mr. Shouhei KAWASUMI, who earned master degree in our lab. at Mar. 2014, won the IFToMM Young Investigator Fund Best Paper Award in the year 2014. He received the prize at the IFToMM annual meeting on May 24, 2014.

Activity of prof. Takeda was published on a Russian scientific community newspaper.

Activity of prof. Takeda while he has been to Russia for attending to Romansy2014 was published on a russian scientific community newspaper “Poisk”. The caption under the photograph says that Japanese professor Yukio Takeda has come to Russia in order to meet with colleagues and participate in 20th scientific symposium on robot theory and practice RoManSy2014. A long way was not in vain: in Moscow the scientist has seen several new concepts. Among them, a parallel structure robot, which was shown to the guest by Dr. Pavel Laryushkin from BMSTU (translated by prof. Pavel Laryushkin).


Assistant prof. Daisuke Matsuura gave a presentation in Medical and service robotics (Mesrob2014) held at EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland during July 10(Thu) to 12(Sat).


Prof. Yukio Takeda gave a presentation at 20th CISM-IFToMM symposium on theory and practice of robots and manipulators Moscow (Romansy2014), held in Moscow during June 23(Mon) to 26(Thu).


Prof. Yukio Takeda and assistant prof. Matsuura gave presentations at The 14th mechatronics forum international conference (Mechatronics2014), held at Karlstads University, Sweden during June 16(Mon) to 18(Wed).