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15th International Symposium on Magnetic Bearings
(ISMB15)

The fifteenth international symposium, ISMB15, will take place at Mojiko hotel in Kitakyushu from August 3 to 6, 2016. The primary aims of ISMB15 are to promote scientific and technological exchange between Asia and other parts of the world, and to enhance the understanding and the dissemination of magnetic bearing technology worldwide.

The ISMB is the major meeting for academic and industrial researchers from all over the world. Find out more on the history of ISMB and the past symposia at The Web Portal on Magnetic Bearings.

Download the ISMB15 Call for Papers (PDF)

We are looking forward to your participation!

Full Paper Submission

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Registration

Registration Here By July 24, only credit cards (Visa, Master, and Amex) are accepted for payment. On August 3-6, only cash is accepted for the payment.

VISA application: NOW, mail to "ismb15(at)ismb15.org"

Important dates

  • Jan. 25, 2016 ( This is Final !!! )
    Jan. 15, 2015
    Dec. 25, 2015 :
    Submission of abstracts
  • Mar. 11, 2016 :
    Notification of acceptance
  • Jun. 3, 2016 (This is Final !!!)
    May 27, 2016 (Extended!)
    May 13, 2016 :
    Submission of full papers
  • Jun. 3, 2016 :
    Early registration deadline
  • Aug. 3, 2016 :
    Welcome reception
  • Aug. 5, 2016 :
    Banquet
  • Aug. 6, 2016 :
    Farewell party
    & Summer festival

What's new
  • Jul. 20, 2016 : "Information for chair & presenter" has been modified in "Author Information".
  • Jul. 19, 2016 : "Information for chair & presenter" has been modified in "Author Information".
  • Jul. 14, 2016 : "Information for chair & presenter" has been located in "Author Information".
  • Jul. 14, 2016 : "Program" is updated.
  • Jun. 23, 2016 : "Program" is updated.
  • Jun. 16, 2016 : "Program" is updated.
  • May 13, 2016 : Biography file in "Author Information" has been updated.
  • May 12, 2016 : Full paper Submission Deadline Extended: May 27, 2016
  • May 11, 2016 : "Author Information" is updated.
  • May 06, 2016 : "Registration" is updated.
  • May 06, 2016 : "Tours" is updated.
  • Apr. 11, 2016 : "Program" is updated.
  • Mar. 14, 2016 : "Tours" is updated.
  • Feb. 15, 2016 : "Technical tour" is updated.
  • Jan. 25, 2016 : Abstract Submission has been closed.
  • Jan. 15, 2016 : Abstract Submission Deadline Extended: January 25, 2016
  • Dec. 25, 2015 : Abstract Submission Deadline Extended: January 15, 2016
  • Dec. 21, 2015 : "Hotel in Kitakyushu" button has been located in "Venue".
  • Dec. 09, 2015 : Online registration for extended abstract has opened.
  • Nov. 27, 2015 : "Proceedings" is updated.
  • Nov. 20, 2015 : "Author Information" is updated.
  • Nov. 20, 2015 : "Regstration" is updated.
  • Sep. 25, 2015 : "Author Information" is updated.
  • Jul. 17, 2015 : "Exhibition" is updated.
  • May 22, 2015 : New "ISMB15 Call for papers"(PDF) is available to download.
  • May 14, 2015 : "Committee" is updated.
  • Jul. 22, 2014 : "Venue" is updated.
  • Jul. 16, 2014 : "Topics" is updated.
  • Jul. 11, 2014 : "ISMB15 Call for papers"(PDF) is available to download.
  • Jun. 28, 2014 : ISMB15 site opened.

Hosted by:
NSK-FAM
CEROBEAR GmbH
Shimadzu Corporation

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History of ISMB

The first International Symposium on Magnetic Bearings (ISMB) was held in 1988 in Zurich, Switzerland and the ISMB has been held every two years thereafter. After the last ISMB14 held in Linz, Austria, the 15th ISMB will be held in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan. It is the premier forum for the presentation and discussion of new research results and advances in the field of Magnetic Bearings. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world.

Main topics

The main topics of the conference cover amongst others :

  • Active magnetic bearings (AMB)
  • Passive magnetic bearings (PMB)
  • Electrodynamic bearings (EDB)
  • Superconducting magnetic bearings (SMB)
  • Hybrid bearing systems
  • Self-bearing (bearingless) motors
  • Smart bearings
  • Sensors, actuators, power electronics for magnetic bearings
  • Self-sensing (sensorless) techniques
  • Modeling, simulation, design and identification
  • Advanced control
  • Rotor dynamics
  • Safety and reliability aspects
  • Fault detection, diagnosis and tolerance
  • Back up / Touch down bearings
  • Components and materials
  • Industrial, medical and aerospace applications
  • Superconducting and high Tc superconducting magnetic applications
  • Blood pumps, vacuum pumps and canned pumps
  • Flywheels
  • Low loss and low power consumption magnetic bearings
  • Ultra high speed bearings
  • Micro bearings
  • Electromagnetic suspensions (EMS)
  • Electrodynamic suspensions (EDS)
  • Diamagnetic levitation
  • Electrostatic levitation
  • Other related new fields

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Program

July 14, 2016

Program is available to download.

Download Program (PDF)
This file was last modified: July 14, 2016.

ISMB15 Time Table

Wednesday, Aug. 3
9:3016:30City Tour
17:3020:00Registration@Mojiko Hotel
18:0020:00Welcome Reception@Mojiko Hotel
      
Thursday, Aug. 4
8:0018:00Registration
      
Room A (2F)Room B (4F)Room C (4F)Room D (4F)
8:308:40OpeningExhibition
8:408:50Break 10 min
8:5010:10Applications IDevicesSBMs I
10:1010:40Coffee Break 30 min
10:4012:00Applications IIControl ISBMs II
12:0013:00 
Lunchtime Presentation
(12:30 - 12:50)
1) Tianjin Emaging
Technology
2) SINKAWA Electric
 
Lunch 60 min
13:0013:40Keynote I
13:4014:00Take Photo & Break 20 min
14:0015:40Applications IIIControl IISBMs III
15:4016:10Coffee Break 30 min
16:1017:50Design & Modling IControl IIISBMs IV
      
17:3022:00Dinner for All in Mojiko Area
18:30Meeting for International Advisory Committee Members (by Bus)
      
Friday, Aug. 5
8:0012:00Registration
      
Room A (2F)Room B (4F)Room C (4F)Room D (4F)
8:309:30Desgin & Modeling IISelf-sensing ISBMs VExhibition
9:309:40Break 10 min
9:4010:40Design & Modeling IIISelf-sensing IISBMs VI
10:4011:10Coffee Break 30 min
11:1011:50Keynote II
      
12:0517:15Technical Tour
18:0020:00Banquet@Mojiko Hotel (2F)
      
Saturday, Aug. 6
8:0012:00Registration
      
Room A (2F)Room B (4F)Room C (4F)Room D (4F)
8:309:50Design & Modling IVControl IVSBMs VIIExhibition
9:5010:20Coffee Break 30 min
10:2012:00Design & Modeling VControl VSBMs VIII, PMBs I
12:0013:00Lunch 60 min
13:0013:40Keynote III
13:4013:50Break 10 min
13:5015:10Backup Bearings IControl VIPMBs II
15:1015:40Coffee Break 30 min
15:4017:20Backup Bearings IIControl VIIPMBs III
      
17:2018:30Farewell Party@Mojiko Hotel
18:3021:00Summer Festival@Nishikokura (by JR Train)

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Technical tour & City tour

Technical tour ( The application for the tour was ended. )

The technical tour for "YASKAWA Robot Village" and "TOTO Museum" is planned in the afternoon on August 5, 2016. The head offices of YASKAWA and TOTO are located in Kitakyushu-city. The tour fee is about ¥1,000 yen as a bus fare. Pre-registration of the technical tour is necessary. For the reasons such as tour capacity and company security, you might be not allowed to attend the tour.

Please visit

YASKAWA Robot Villagehttp://www.yaskawa.co.jp/en/centenary/robot
TOTO Museumhttp://www.toto.co.jp/museum/en/

A stroll through Kitakyushu's History ( The application for the tour was ended. )

We are now planning the Kitakyushu city-tour, “A stroll through Kitakyushu's History”. It will cost ¥3,000 yen. We hope that many persons will attend the city-tour. If the number of participants is less than 20 persons, the tour might be canceled because of the bus payment. Pre-registration of the city tour is necessary.

August 3, 2016

9:30depart Mojiko Hotel
Kokura Castle
Kokura Castle Japanese Garden
11:10depart
 
11:40Lunch (on your own) (not provided)
AEON Shopping Center
12:50depart
 
12:53Eco House
(view the inside of a typical Japanese house)
13:00Environment Museum
(view Kitakyushu's achievements in environmental development)
13:30depart
 
13:33Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History and Human History
(One of the most popular museums in Japan)
14:30depart
 
15:15Kanmon Pedestrian Tunnel
(the only tunnel beneath a strait in the world)
 
16:30arrive at Mojiko Hotel

Summer festival

The summer festival will be held at Kokura, Kitakyushu on August 6-7, 2016. We have a plan to attend the festival together on August 6 just after the farewell party. There, you can see many portable shrines coming and going along the main street, and you will enjoy a lot of food stalls.

Since the summer season in Kitakyushu is very hot! and very humid!, you must be prepared for the hot! and humid! evening.

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Author Information

Information for chair & presenter

For Chair

Technical Session Guide for the Session Chair

Before Session

  • Arrive at the session room at least 20 minutes before the start the session.
  • Make sure of the presence of the presenters. If different presenter is appeared, please write down his/her name, affiliation, and e-mail address.

During Session

  • Start on time.
  • Briefly introduce yourself and the session content to the audience.
  • Remind all presenters that each presentation is allocated 20 minutes (15 minutes for presentation, 4 minutes for discussion, and 1 minute for change). A staff will ring a bell once at 13 minutes, twice at 15 minutes, and 3 times at 19 minutes.
  • Briefly introduce presenter before each presentation. You can refer to each biography.
  • Presentations schedule should be kept in accordance with the timetable.
  • In case of cancellation of presentation, you should keep the schedule and wait for next presentation.
  • Close the session with final remarks.

Judgment

  • The organizing committee of ISMB15 plans to publish a special issue of the Journals of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. We want to select excellent papers for the recommendation of the special issue. We would like to ask you to evaluate the papers.
  • In the case of your related presentation in the session you chair, do not evaluate your related paper.
  • After the session, please return the evaluation sheet to the session room staff.

Thank you very much for your kind cooperation!

For Presenter

Technical Session Guide for the Presenter

General Information

  • All presentations are oral. Official language is English.
  • Please check a bulletin board at the reception desk to get information about changes in the program, lost property, etc.

Before Session

  • Please arrive at the session room at least 20 minutes before the start of your session, and greet the session chairs.
  • The organizing committee does not provide computers for any presenter to avoid trouble running video or audio files. Please use your own computers.
  • Please check the connection between your computer and projectors before the session. The projector supports VGA (D-sub15, DE-15) connection only. If you need HDMI or alternate connection, don’t forget to bring your own adaptor.

During Session

  • Each presentation is allocated 20 minutes (15 minutes for presentation, 4 minutes for discussion, and 1 minute for change).
  • A staff will ring a bell once at 13 minutes, twice at 15minutes, and 3 times at 19 minutes.
  • When making your presentation, please operate the computer on the lecture table by yourself.
  • A microphone and a laser beam pointer are provided. Please use them.
  • If an emergency arises before the presentation, please notify the staff in your session room.

After Session

  • All participants can continue their discussions in break time after the sessions. For smooth discussion, food and drink will be served in exhibition room (Room D, 4F) and Free Room (2F).

Abstract & Paper Preparations

Policy for ISMB15 and Special Issue of the JSME Journal papers

In order to prevent a duplicate submission and copyright infringement, the ISMB15 organizing committee adopts the following policies.

  1. Number of pages

    ISMB15 Extended Abstract: 1~2 pages

    ISMB15 Full Paper: 4~8 pages

    Special Issue of the JSME Journal: 8~12 pages

  2. There should be one-third or more difference between the symposium and journal versions.
  3. The title of the paper can be changed before submitting to the JSME Journal.

Extended Abstract

Please prepare your extended abstract using the template format. The length of the extended abstract is limited to two A4 (21 x 29.7 cm) pages (no exceptions). 

The template file is used for the extended abstract only and available for MS word and LaTeX.  

When preparing the extended abstract for your paper, please make sure that the main idea of your publication is clearly described. If there are still some parts missing, point them out in an outlook so your reviewers can grasp the full extent or your investigations. Extended abstracts should not include a separate abstract.  

For the Microsoft Word template, click here.
For the LaTeX style files, click here.

(In case of MikTeX, use “XeLaTeX” command.)

After you complete your paper, convert it to Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). The PDF file size should not exceed 6 MByte. Your abstract can be uploaded on the abstract page of the ISMB15 site:  

http:// www.ismb15.org/  

The deadline for the extended abstracts is December 25, 2015. The notifications of acceptance will be sent on March 11, 2016.  

Full Paper

All authors of accepted abstracts are kindly requested to submit a full-length paper. Please prepare your final paper in the PDF format using the Word or LaTeX templates. The number of pages per paper is 4~8 pages. The template is almost the same as the JSME Journal format, so you can easily submit your paper to the JSME Journal after the symposium.

For the Microsoft Word template, click here.
For the LaTeX style files, click here.
(In case of MikTeX, use “XeLaTeX” command.)

For the Copyright transfer form files, click here.
For the Biography files, click here.

The deadline for the full papers is May 27, 2016.

Paper Submission

Call for Extended Abstract

Thank you for your submission. Submission of abstracts has been closed.

Full Paper

Full Paper Submission  Before submission, your registration must be finished.

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Proceedings

Publication of the proceedings

Submitted papers will be published according to the following process.

  1. The watermark, such as “Presentation & Publication Not Yet Completed”, will be embedded in the papers included in USB proceedings.
  2. Session chairpersons will confirm the paper presentation by the registered author. Notice the paper presented NOT by the registered author will not be republished.
  3. After the symposium, the confirmed papers will be republished without the watermark on the website http://www.ismb15.org/.

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Exhibition

Exhibition of International Symposium on Magnetic Bearings (ISMB15)

The symposium will be accompanied by an exhibition. Magnetic bearing manufactures as well as research laboratories are encouraged to present their magnetic bearing systems, products and components to the international community. 

Registration and information about space, utility requirements and advertising should be submitted by e-mail. (ismb15-ex(at)ismb15.org) [Please replace "(at)" with "@".]

A. Booth Rental Rate of Exhibition (provisional):
A1: JPY 300,000 per unit, Booth unit size of 1800mm x 900mm, including two persons registration fee with banquet for ISMB 15 and inclusion of a leaflet in conference bag.
A2: JPY 250,000 per unit, Booth unit size of 1800mm x 900mm, including one person registration fee with banquet for ISMB 15 and  inclusion of a leaflet in conference bag.
A3: JPY 100,000 per unit, Booth unit size of 900mm x 900 mm with inclusion of a leaflet in conference bag. The final layout will be made by the organizing commitee.

B. Advertizing Rate (provisional):
B1: JPY 50,000 each page on the booklet of Symposium Program and Abstract Proceeding
B2: JPY 50,000, your company logo will be displaced at the front page of ISMB 15 with a link to your company.
B3: JPY 50,000, inclusion of a leaflet in conference bag.

We also welcome other proposals for exhibition and advertizing.

For Further Information, Please contact
Tadahiko SHINSHI, Exhibition Chair in ISMB15(ismb15-ex(at)ismb15.org)
[Please replace "(at)" with "@".]

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Venue

Symposium venue

The ISMB15 will be held at Mojiko HOTEL in Kitakyushu (city), Fukuoka (prefecture), Japan. The hotel is located in the best area, Mojiko Retro District, where you can see a beautiful night view. It is easy to access commercial areas (Kokura, Shimonoseki) and interesting tourist attractions. It takes about 2 minutes on foot from Mojiko station to the hotel.

Address: 9-11, Moji, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan
TEL: +81 93 321 1111
FAX: +81 93 332 3222

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About Kitakyushu (city)

Hotel in Kitakyushu

Kitakyushu is a big city located in the northeast of Fukuoka, Kyushu (region), Japan. Kitakyushu is the second largest city in population (970,000 people, 2012) and economy in Kyushu. The city is a traffic doorway of Kyushu, i.e. the important point for highway, railway and ocean line.

Weather

The symposium will be held in summer season in Japan. It will be very hot and humid, and the temperature exceeds 30 °C. Average high and low temperatures in August are as follows:
Average high temperature: 31 °C / 87.8 °F
Average low temperature: 24 °C /75.2 °F

Electrical outlets

Electrical outlets are 100V, 60Hz.

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Registration

Registration Here

By July 24, only credit cards (Visa, Master, and Amex) are accepted for payment.
On August 3-6, only cash is accepted for the payment.

Registration fees (1 paper upload)Prior to and on June 3After June 3 and on-site
Full Registration¥65,000 Yen¥75,000 Yen
Student Registration (except banquet)¥40,000 Yen¥45,000 Yen
Extra Items
Extra paper upload
(only one extra paper can be uploaded by one author)
¥25,000 Yen
Additional banquet reception ticket¥3,000 Yen per person

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Access

The nearest airports for the ISMB conference (Mojiko Hotel) are “Fukuoka International Airport” and “Kitakyushu Airport”. Fukuoka International Airport is more convenient than Kitakyushu Airport. But the transportations from Fukuoka International Airport to the ISMB conference (Mojiko Hotel) are a little more complicated than Kitakyushu Airport. Anyway, you can easily go to Kokura Station from Fukuoka International Airport or Kitakyushu Airport.

The nearest station of ISMB conference (Mojiko Hotel) is Mojiko Station. Be careful that Mojiko Station is different from Moji Station. You can easily go to Mojiko Station from Kokura Station by trains. Please check the time table ( http://www.hyperdia.com/en/ ) from Kokura Station to Mojiko Station.

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Committee

International Advisory Committee

  • Paul E. Allaire, University of Virginia, USA
  • Wolfgang Amrhein, JKU, Austria
  • Hannes Bleuler, EPFL, Switzerland
  • Giancario Genta, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  • Shawn Gibson, SKF, Canada
  • Larry Hawkins, Calnetix Technologies, USA
  • Raoul Herzog, HEIG-VD, Switzerland
  • Toshiro Higuchi, University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Yefa Hu, Wuhan University of Technology, China
  • Mochimitsu Komori, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
  • Lichuan Li, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
  • Zongli Lin, University of Virginia, USA
  • Toru Masuzawa, Ibaraki University, Japan
  • Takeshi Mizuno, Saitama University, Japan
  • Myounggyu Noh, Chungnam National University, Korea
  • Kenzo Nonami, Chiba University, Japan
  • Yohji Okada, Ibaraki University, Japan
  • Alan Palazzolo, Texas A&M University, USA
  • Frank Pinckney, Dresser Rand, USA
  • Jerzy Sawicki, Cleveland State University, USA
  • Gerhard Schweitzer, ETH, Brazil/ Switzerland
  • Richard Stephan, UFRJ Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Mike Swann, Waukesha Bearings, USA
  • Hirochika Ueyama, MUTECS Inc., Japan
  • Giuseppe Vannini, GE Oil and Gas, Italy
  • Lie Yu, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
  • Suyuan Yu, Tsinghua University, China

International Steering Committee

  • Junichi Asama, Shizuoka University, Japan
  • Akira Chiba, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
  • Alexei V. Filatov, Calnetix Technologies, USA
  • Wolfgang Gruber, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
  • Jan Janse van Rensburg, North-West University, South Africa
  • Mary E. F. Kasarda, Virginia Tech, USA
  • Patrick Keogh, University of Bath, UK
  • Carl Knospe, University of Virginia, USA
  • Nobuyuki Kurita, Gunma University, Japan
  • Jun-Ho Lee, Korean Railroad Institute, Korea
  • Torbjorn Lembke, Lembke Innovation, Sweden
  • Shuqin Liu, Shadong University, China
  • Kun Liu, National University of Defense Technology, China
  • Eric H. Maslen, James Madison University, USA
  • Brian Murphy, The University of Texas, USA
  • Atsushi Nakajima, Shinshu University, Japan
  • Koichi Oka, Kochi University of Technology, Japan
  • Masahide Ooshima, Tokyo University of Science, Suwa, Japan
  • Andres O. Salazar, UFRJ Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Jan Sandtner, EPF Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Hendrik Schaede, Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
  • Joachim Schmied, Delta JS AG, Switzerland
  • Manfred Schrodl, Technical University Vienna, Austria
  • Tadahiko Shinshi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
  • Scott Stephens, University of Kentucky, USA
  • Andrea Tonoli, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  • Ryouichi Takahata, JTEKT Corporation, Japan
  • David L. Trumper, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • Satoshi Ueno, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
  • Heinz Ulbrich, Technical University Munich, Germany
  • Frank Worlitz, HS Zittau/Gorlitz, Germany
  • Longxiang Xu, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

Organizing Committee

  • Mochimitsu Komori, Kyushu Institute of Technology (General Chair)
  • Satoshi Ueno, Ritsumeikan University (Program Chair)
  • Masahide Ooshima, Tokyo University of Science, Suwa (Program Co-Chair)
  • Junichi Asama, Shizuoka University (Secretariat)
  • Nobuyuki Kurita, Gunma University (Co-Secretariat)
  • Tosikatsu Akiba, Toshiba
  • Yuichi Ariga, Yamagata University
  • Akira Chiba, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Public Relations Chair)
  • Hitoshi Hasegawa, Railway Technical Research Institute
  • Toshiro Higuchi. University of Tokyo
  • Wataru Hijikata, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Mitsuo Hirata, Utsunomiya University
  • Yuji Ishino, Saitama University
  • Kouichi Kakihara, Iwaki Co., Ltd.
  • Hideki Kanebako, Sun Medical Technology Research Corp.
  • Junichiro Kozaki, Shimadzu Corporation
  • Gen Kuwata, IHI
  • Yutaka Maruyama, Toshiba
  • Toru Masuzawa, Ibaraki University (Special Speech Chair)
  • Takeshi Mizuno, Saitama University
  • Mimpei Morishita, Kogakuin University
  • Iwanori Murakami, Gunma University
  • Atsushi Nakajima, Shinshu University
  • Kenzo Nonami, Chiba University
  • Shunsuke Ohashi, Kansai University
  • Tetsuro Ohbayashi, Osaka Vacuum, Ltd.
  • Takahisa Ohji, Toyama University
  • Hiroyuki Ohsaki, University of Tokyo
  • Koichi Oka, Kochi University of Technology (Publication Chair)
  • Yohji Okada, Ibaraki University
  • Hiroyuki Onuma, National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College
  • Tadahiko Shinshi, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Exhibition Chair)
  • Hiroya Sugimoto, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Toshihiko Sugiura, Keio University
  • Haruhiko Suzuki, National Institute of Technology, Fukushima College
  • Naohiko Takahashi, Hitachi
  • Ryouichi Takahata, JTEKT Corporation
  • Masaya Takasaki, Saitama University (Information & Media Chair)
  • Masatsugu Takemoto, Hokkaido University
  • Yoshihiro Takita, National Defense Academy
  • Toshiyuki Ueno, Kanazawa University
  • Hirochika Ueyama, MUTECS Inc.
  • Toru Watanabe, Nihon University

Conference Executive Committee

  • Mochimitsu Komori, Kyushu Institute of Technology (General Chair)
  • Tetsuzo Sakamoto, Kyushu Institute of Technology
  • Nobuo Sakai, Kyushu Institute of Technology
  • Ken-ichi Asami, Kyushu Institute of Technology
  • Division of Technical Support, Kyushu Institute of Technology

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