Basic Information

Affiliation
Robot Engineering Laboratory, Division of Information System
Title
Professor
E-Mail
naruse@u-aizu.ac.jp
Web site
http://www.u-aizu.ac.jp/~naruse/

Education

Courses - Undergraduate
Robotics and automatic control, Introduction to Computer Systems, Programming C++, Image processing
Courses - Graduate
Modern Control Theory, Advanced Robotics, Theory of Evolving Networks

Research

Specialization
Robotics
Educational Background, Biography
1995: Received Ph. D (Engineering) from Graduate school of Hokkaido University, Japan 1995-98: Post-doctoral research associate at New Jersey Institute of Technology, U.S.A. 1998-2004: Assistant professor at Graduate school of Hokkaido University. 2004-2013: Associate professor at University of Aizu. 2013-Current: Senior associate professor
Current Research Theme
Swarm robots and its application to agricultural robotic systems (Robo-ducky), and interface system for disaster response robots
Key Topic
swarm robotics, remote robots
Affiliated Academic Society
IEEE (Robotics), Robotic Society of Japan, Society of Instrument and Control Engineering, Japan Society of Precision Engineering

Others

Hobbies
Jogging
School days' Dream
To be a psychohistorian, which combines history, sociology, and mathematical statistics to make general predictions about the future behavior of very large groups of people. Actually, it does not exist. It is a fictional science appeared in Isaac Asimov's Foundation
Current Dream
Promotion of Fukushima area and Japan through development of robotics
Motto
You can change the world if you start to change yourself
Favorite Books
Douglas Hofstadter, "Gödel, Escher, Bach: an Eternal Golden Braid"
Messages for Students
If you spend a thousand hours for a single field, you can have a black belt in the field. For example, it will take almost three months if you work on it 10 hours a day. Furthermore, if you spend ten thousand hours for it, you can be a master. So, it is a long and long way to go.
Publications other than one's areas of specialization

Main research

Asteroid Explorer "Hayabusa2"

Hayabusa2

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