May 16(Wed) – 18(Fri), 2018
Kyoto Terrsa


Best Presentation Award of International Sessions

Following presentations are awarded Best Presentation Award of International Sessions of SCI’18. A certificate will be sent in a later date.

216-1 Swarm path planning in applications of area coverage

  • Artur Sagitov
  • Yuriy Gerasimov
  • Evgeni Magid

216-5 Generating Flocking Behavior in Flying Swarm with Deep Reinforcement Learning

  • Stefano Kristoforus Sebastian
  • Jin Boyin
  • Kazuhiro Ohkura

226-1 Design of a Novel Remote Center of Motion Mechanism for Surgical Manipulators with Smaller Footprint

  • Sajid Nisar
  • Takahiro Endo
  • Allison M. Okumura
  • Fumitoshi Matsuno

Award Committee

  • Keum-Shik Hong
  • Yingmin Jia
  • Hemma Philamore

Student Presentation Award

Following students are awarded Student Presentation Award for a excellent presentation in SCI’18. A certificate will be sent in a later date.

1st day

111-8 Yuta Sasaki (Ritsumeikan University)

Prediction of the move of pedestrians while they cross the road: Reflecting walking characteristics when they are distracted

112-7 Ichiho Ojima (University of Tsukuba)

Graph Drawing Algorithm with Monte Carlo Tree Search

114-7 Kyohei Yoshida (Osaka University)

Differentially private equilibrium price determination on Tatonnement Model

115-8 Yoichi Masuda (Osaka University)

Adaptive Gait Generation of Brainless Hexapod robot without a Controller

132-2 Yoshiaki Suzuki (Kyoto University)

Machine combination adjustment in multi-process production system for yield improving

133-1 Hiroki Hara (Kyoto University)

Properties of the Quasi L2/L2 Hankel Norm and the L2/L2 Hankel Operator of Sampled-Data Systems

135-5 Ren Masahiro (Kobe University)

Estimation of Neural Network Dynamics Based on Sparse Modeling

136-3 Yusuke Kamitani (Nagoya University)

Quadrotor formation flying based on hierarchical optimal control strategies

137-8 Takuya Wada (Kyoto University)

Causal Inference of Nonlinear Systems Using Gaussian Process Regression and Hilbert Schmidt Independence Criterion

138-4 Shota Inagaki (Kyoto University)

A Basic Study on Power Processing Based on Logical Operations Using Power Packets

143-2 Yuma Murakawa (Kyoto University)

A Study on Passivity-Based Control of Boost Converters Connected in Series-Parallel

144-3 Shohei Nishimura (Kobe University)

A proposal of manufacturing scheduling method considering mass-custom production for CPS-based factory security

147-5 Chihiro Kikumoto (National Institute of Technology, Maizuru College)

Development of a two-wheeled skateboard to experience automatic control

148-4 Kaiyo Yamaguchi (Kyoto University)

Contact-force control of a 1-link flexible arm without using physical parameters for controller design

2nd day

211-1 Tatsuya Takemori (Kyoto University)

Gait Design for a Snake Robot to Climb a Vertical Ladder and Experimental Demonstration

212-5 Seongcheol Baek (Kyoto University)

Study on Decentralized Operations of Power Routers with Consensus in Power Packet Distribution Network

213-3 Tomoaki Hirai (Kyoto University)

Development and control of wire-driven manipulator with variable link length

215-3 Tomohiro Otsu (Kyoto University)

Nonlinear Optimal Control Based on Numerical Solutions for Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equations by Stochastic Gradient Descent

221-2 Masahiro Fujita (Tohoku University)

Ultimate Gripper Mechanism —The Process of the Development of the Mechanisms to Switch Softness and Hardness in the ImPACT T.R.C

223-5 Tomoya Kamimura (Kyoto University)

Investigation of Quadrupedal Bounding Gait Using a Linearized Model with the Body Flexibility

224-2 Genki Ohashi (Osaka University)

On a Learning Method of Fuzzy Inference Model Using Max Operation

3rd day

312-3 shotaro kamo (tokyo city university)

HIL Test on Voltage Management of Distribution Power System by Smart Inverter Control of Electric Vehicles and Photovoltaic Generations

313-2 Yuya Masumura (Osaka University)

Experimental Study of Embedding Approach to LWE

315-3 Yoichi Masuda (Osaka University)

Analysis of a crawling snail based on the ventral foot model

317-2 Toru Goto (Hiroshima University)

Debugging Support in Programming Education

322-6 Yuki Okura (Kyoto University)

On path following control of port-Hamiltonian systems for human machine interaction using training trajectory data : A Bayesian inference approach

324-1 Yurina Mibe (Doshisha University)

Behavioral and mathematical investigation for acoustic navigation strategy of bats during spatial-learning flight

327-6 Taizo Kobayashi (Okayama University)

A study on many-core computing for MPC with branch prediction and speculative execusion

343-6 Tomoya Taguchi (Kobe University)

A study on cooperation between different systems by utilizing data toward realization of Society 5.0 —Application for countermeasure strategy against pandemic influenza

345-6 Takuya Kawakita (Kyoto University)

Quantification of variable importance with a nonlinear regression model and its application to a manufacturing process

356-3 Tatsuyuki Ueda (Osaka University)

Spatially Varying Modulation of Focusing Distance by High-speed Projector and Electrically Focus Tunable Lens

357-2 Kenta Mukouya (Ritsumeikan University)

Performance Improvement of Automatic Steering Control by Sideslip Angle Estimation in High-speed Condition