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2006-05-28: Robotics and Mechatronics Conference 2006 (ROBOMEC 2006)
Poster OtakeM  Registed 2006-06-04 11:05 (1254 hits)

Date: 2006.5.28 (Sun)
Time: 9:30-11:30
Place: Okubo Campus, Science & Engineering, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Society: Robotics and Mechatronics Division, JSME

Description: Mihoko Otake presented the integrative technology developed during the workshop and collaboration platform "WS100H.NET" at Robotics and Mechatronics Conference 2006 (ROBOMEC 2006). ROBOMEC is a major conference of Robotics and Mechatronics fields in Japan. The theme of ROBOMEC'06 is "ROBOT TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION for IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE". In this conference, we will propose many special lectures emphasizing the relation between medical and engineering field, special presentation, people’s forum and new international cooperation program.

Period: 2006.5.26 (Fri) - 5.28 (Sun)
Conference Code: ROBOMEC 2006

Time: 9:30-11:30
Presenter: Mihoko Otake
Title: Development of Collaborative Research and Education Platform via A Hundred Hour Workshop
Bibliography: Mihoko Otake, Kenji Kaneda, Yoshikazu Kamoshida, Ryo Fukano, Takayoshi Shiraki, Satoshi Ito, Katsuhiko Ishiguro, Tatsuya Shirai, Hideo Saito, Yuuki Horita, Takuya Nanri, Yasuyuki Shimohata, Haruhiro Yoshimoto, Shinji Sako, Masao Sugi, Kiyoshi Kotani, Ryuichi Yoneda, Junya Hayashi, Hiroshi Noguchi, Kenjiro Taura, Nobuyuki Otsu, Tomomasa Sato. "Development of Collaborative Research and Education Platform via A Hundred Hour Workshop", 2A1-B34, ROBOMEC 2006, 2006. (In Japanese)

The importance of integrating different discipline of information science and technology is growing for the realization of information system which works robust in real world. Such system should be achieved by integrating super robust algorithm, large-scale dependable network and devices or interfaces which sense and/or actuate in the real world. It is necessary to encourage collaboration among specialists of different disciplines, since it is difficult to cover all area in information science and technology by only one person or group. In order to support collaboration among various kinds of experts, the autonomous collaborative environment for project based learning was developed. The environment comprises the workshop protocol and the community site. The workshop named "A Hundred Hour Workshop" for graduate students who belong to different departments was carried out during summer holidays. The community site named "WS100H.NET" was developed for supporting and analyzing autonomous collaboration process. Novel interdisciplinary technology, fusion of recognition and parallel computation was successfully developed. Collaboration process among the participants was autonomous with minimal facilitation by the tutor in the environment.
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