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lab logoOur mission is to develop mechatronic environment that surrounds human for better interations with the environment. Toward that goal, we are working on developments of novel Sensors & Actuators, Haptic/Tactile technologies, Interaction technologies, and Environmental robotics.

What's new

Oct 29,
Master course student Mr. Mitsubayashi was awarded "IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Japan Joint Chapter Young Award" for his paper presented in IROS 2020.
Oct 28,
Master course student Mr. Mitsubayashi has presented our work on a tactile sensor based on impedance tomography in IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robotics and Systems (IROS 2020), which is being held online. This year's IROS is free!
Oct 22,
We have presented three papers in IEEE Annual Conference of Industrial Electronics Society (IECON 2020), which was held online. PhD student Mr. Carneiro talked about resonant electrostatic motor. Master course students Mr. Mizutani and Mr. Li talked about simulation of electrostatic paper actuation and proximity sensing using tomographic approach, respectively.
Sep 10,
Master course student, Mr. Chada, presented our work on thermal bipedal walker in International Conference of IFToMM Italy (IFIT 2020), which was held online.
Aug 12,
We have launched the laboratory's new web pages.
May 29,
We have presented a paper in ROBOMECH 2020 conference of Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers.
May 1,
Our laboratory, formerly called "Advanced Mechatronics Lab", has moved from Dept. Precision Engineering in School of Engineering to Dept. Human & Engineered Environmental Studies in School of Frontier Sciences, as of 1st of May. The lab has been renamed to "Ambient Mechatronics Lab".

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The University of Tokyo