Tsuji laboratory

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The following paper was awarded in SAMCON2020.
T. Tsuji, D. Okumura, R. Tamura, and S. Sakaino "High dynamic range six-axis force / torque sensors for dexterous robots"
the 6th IEEJ international workshop on Sensing, Actuation, Motion Control, and Optimization (SAMCON2020), IS-7. http://www2.iee.or.jp/~diic/samcon/
The publication of the following papers have been accepted in IEEJ SAMCON2020.
・T. Horikoshi, S. Sakaino, and T. Tsuji "Highly backdrivable Motion Control of a Robot with HDR 6-axis F/T Sensor"
the 6th IEEJ international workshop on Sensing, Actuation, Motion Control, and Optimization (SAMCON2020), P-18.
・T. Tsuji, D. Okumura, R. Tamura, and S. Sakaino "High dynamic range six-axis force / torque sensors for dexterous robots"
the 6th IEEJ international workshop on Sensing, Actuation, Motion Control, and Optimization (SAMCON2020), IS-7.
The publication of the following papers have been accepted in IEEE Access.
・D. Furuta, K. Kutsuzawa, S. Sakaino, and T. Tsuji "Motion Planning with Success Judgement Model based on Learning from Demonstration"
IEEE Access, 2020. (Open Access: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9064769).
・Y. Hasegawa, T. Kitamura, S. Sakaino, and T. Tsuji "Bilateral Control of Elbow and Shoulder Joints Using Functional Electrical Stimulation Between Humans and Robots"
IEEE Access, 2020. (Open Access: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/8962009).
The publication of the following paper has been accepted in IEEJ Journal of Industry Applications.
K. Kutsuzawa, S. Sakaino, and T. Tsuji, "Simultaneous Estimation of Contact Position and Tool Shape using Unscented Particle Filter"
IEEJ Journal of Industry Applications, vol. 9, no. 5, May 2020.
An article on a new cooking support system developed by our laboratory has been published in EMIRA. article
A dissertation defense by Kyo Kutsuzawa, a Ph.D. candidate in our lab, will be held on January 22 (Wed), 14:40-16:10.
The summary is available here (in Japanese).
Ryuya Tamura in our lab was awarded in The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan.
"[in Japanese] 半導体歪ゲージを用いたハイダイナミックレンジ一軸力覚センサの開発"
Handouts in the International Robot Exhibition 2019 are available here. Each handout is also available via Projects page or Downloads page.
We presented 1 study in The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, Tokyo.
We have released videos(Japanese) introducing our research.
https://youtu.be/_MhhfgEAxsI The assembly robot with HDR force sensor
https://youtu.be/uwB69NpG6fk The robot that realizes dynamic skill movement by machine learning
https://youtu.be/fQbkWFSCRCo Realization of ultra-realism using visual and tactile reproduction VR ―Virtual reality technology indistinguishable from reality―
We will be exhibited at the International Robot Exhibition 2019 (2019/12/18 ~ 12/21). Details are on the Projects page.
We presented 2 studies in IROS2019, Macau.
We presented 3 studies in IECON2019, Lisbon.
The publication of the following paper has been accepted in Advanced Robotics.
K. Kutsuzawa, S. Sakaino, and T. Tsuji: “Trajectory adjustment for nonprehensile manipulation using latent space of trained sequence-to-sequence model,”
Advanced Robotics, Vol. 33, Issue 21, pp. 1144-1154, 2019.
The publication of the following paper has been accepted in MDPI Sensors.
R. Koike, S. Sakaino, and T. Tsuji: “Hysteresis Compensation in Force/Torque Sensors Using Time Series Information,”
MDPI Sensors, Vol.19, No.19, 4259, 2019. (Open Access: https://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/19/19/4259).
Kyo Kutsuzawa in our lab was awarded in SAMCON2019.
"Simultaneous Estimation of Contact Position and Tool Shape using Particle Filter"
We presented 7 studies in ROBOMECH2019, Hiroshima.
【For students】Click here to download file explained at the lecture.
We presented 1 study in ICRA2019, Montreal.