Wednesday, March 17, 2021 The University of Aizu Revitalization Center and Aizu Research Cluster for Robot will host the 6th University of Aizu Robotics Symposium online and announce the results of the 2020 research on the "RTC-Library-FUKUSHIMA" website.
Since FY 2018, we have been working with private companies in and outside of the prefecture on the "Challenge Fukushima: Project to create a 'Land of Robotic Industrial Revolution' Phase II (Stage II)"※. At the 6th symposium, we will present the results of our robot technology research and development, including the technological development of "CloudRobotics : a technology that realizes greater functionality by connecting multiple robot systems via internet connection".
This symposium will be held on the web.For more information, please see the following.
Participation is free and limited to 100 people.
Date and time:
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 13:00-15:00
13:00-13:10 Greetings : Director Jiro Iwase
13:10-13:30 Lecture : Research Policy and Summary of Results of Stage II
Professor NARUSE Keitaro (Robot Engineering Laboratory)
13:30-14:50 Panel Discussion :
Theme「Prospects for Robot Technology and Industry-Academia Collaboration at the University of Aizu」
14:50-15:00 General introduction of the symposium Adjunct Professor YASHIRO Makoto
How to hold the event：
The event will be held via Zoom webinar in Japanese.
Please access the following link to enter.Please enter your email address and name when you enter.
Zoom URL : https://zoom.us/j/91773070785
Meeting ID : 917 7307 0785
(Admission will be available from 12:30.)
○URL for publication of research results
RTC-Library-FUKUSHIMA(Japanese text only)
※"Challenge Fukushima: Project to create a 'Land of Robotic Industrial Revolution' Phase II (Stage II)"
Since FY2015, the University of Aizu has been participating in the project as a core research institute of the "Challenge Fukushima 'Land of Robot Industrial Revolution' Creation Project", which is being promoted by Fukushima Prefecture mainly in Hamadori region to promote the "Fukushima Innovation Coast Framework Promotion Organization".
In 2019, the University of Aizu established the University of Aizu Robot Test Field Research Center at the Fukushima Robot Test Field, which has been developed as a major research and development base for robots unparalleled anywhere in the world, contributing to the promotion of the robotics industry that will support the reconstruction of the Hamadori region.
【Contact for the content of this article】
The University of Aizu Revitalization Center
(Office hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. on weekdays)
(Publication date: March 4, 2021)