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TITLE: Towards Human-Robot Symbiosis Based on Visual Interface and  Human Modeling
LOCATION: Multi-function room of library
TIME: 14:00 22/12/2015

Service robot in daily life is strongly demanded to support various kinds of families including   single. We roughly introduce our overall activities to realize human robot symbiosis, which requires the technologies 1) for estimating human activity and environmental semantics and 2) for modeling the key of human dexterity. Then, we describe the details about the representative topics: real-time motion generation in HRI system and real-time reaction for human safety.

Professor Jun Takamatsu received the B.S., M.S, and Ph.D degree from the University of Tokyo in 1999, 2001, and 2004, respectively. From 2004 to 2008, he was with the Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo. In 2007, he was with Microsoft Research Asia, as visiting researcher. In 2008, he joined Nara Institute of Science and Technology, as an associate professor. His research interests are in robotics including learning-from-observation, task/motion planning, and feasible motion analysis, 3D shape modeling and analysis, and physics-based vision.
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