中嶋研究室 / Nakajima Lab​

 

東京大学大学院 情報理工学系研究科 情報理工学教育研究センター 次世代知能科学研究部門
東京大学 連携研究機構 次世代知能科学研究センター(AIセンター)(兼務)
東京大学大学院 情報理工学系研究科 先端人工知能学教育寄付講座(兼務)
東京大学大学院 情報理工学系研究科 創造情報学専攻(兼担)

Next Generation Artificial Intelligence Research Center (AI Center),
The University of Tokyo

Chair for Frontier AI Education, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,

The University of Tokyo

Department of Creative Informatics, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,
The University of Tokyo

東京都文京区本郷7-3-1

7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-8656 Tokyo, Japan

Email: k_nakajima[at]mech.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Information,

Dynamics,

Computation,...

 

Soft Robotics,

Physical Reservoir Computing,...

中嶋研究室へようこそ!

 

東京大学大学院情報理工学系研究科創造情報学専攻の研究室として発足しました。
中嶋研究室では、特任研究員、大学院生(博士課程・修士課程)を募集しています。
興味のある方は、メールにてご連絡ください。

 


Welcome to Nakajima Lab!

 

Our lab is diverse and interdisciplinary. 
Prospective students/postdocs are encouraged to email k_nakajima@mech.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp for more details.

Reservoir Computing Seminarを開催しています

 

2021年度のReservoir Computing Seminarを4月15日より開催します。
Reservoir Computingを中心に、
ソフトロボティクス、カオス力学系、スピントロニクス、量子機械学習などの
研究発表やジャーナルクラブを行います。
参加を希望される方は、メールにてご連絡ください。
現在は、zoomによる参加となります。

2021/04/12
Material Intelligence (workshop at Robosoft 2021)

date: April 12 (Mon), 2021
place: Online (Zoom)

infohttps://www.material-intelligence.com/

 

organizers:

Aslan Miriyev (Empa, Imperial College London)
Philip Buskohl​ (AFRL)
Robert Shepherd​ (Cornell University)
Mirko Kovac​ (Empa,Imperial College London)


about:

The role of soft, adaptive matter in Robotics is intensively growing with the increasing demand for compliant, intelligent, and collaborative robotic behavior. The development of intelligent material systems combining actuation, sensing, and computation has become one of the grand challenges for realizing this vision of next-generation soft robotics. Material intelligence, the concept of material-level acquisition and application of knowledge and skills, embodies a critical synergy of sensing, actuation, and computation with the potential to redefine our expectations of material behavior. However, this idea's advancement faces several challenges due to the technical breadth, complex implementation, and conceptual paradigm shift of material behavior it requires.  In addition, physical integration of these capabilities and concepts is inherently interdisciplinary, requiring input and the development of a common language across numerous disciplines, including Materials Science, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Bioengineering, Architecture, and others. The present workshop aims to host "under one roof" the leading researchers in the fields of soft-material actuation, sensing, and computation to create a dialogue on state of the art, identify technical/conceptual barriers, and outline key challenges and opportunities for Material Intelligence.

 

invited speakers:
Metin Sitti (​Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems)
Barbara Mazzolai (​Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia)
Michael Tolley (​University of California San Diego)
Kirstin Petersen (Cornell University)
Helmut Hauser (University of Bristol)
Nikolaus Correll (University of Colorado at Boulder)
Kohei Nakajima (University of Tokyo)
Jiangying Zhou (​DARPA) 
Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio (Yale University)
Adam Stokes (University of Edinburgh)
Jamie Paik (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
Carmel Majidi (Cornell University)