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The American journal Science holds the first "Science Robotics Meeting in Japan"
Opportunities and challenges on the intersection of science and industry will be discussed in Japan

The American journal Science will hold a three-day “Science Robotics Meeting in Japan” at Heisei Plaza in Odaiba, Tokyo from March 12 to 14, 2018. The event will be organized by Science journal, which was first published in 1880.

This meeting will be held for the first time in the world in Japan, the leading country for robotics technology, and experts will be gathered from both Japan and internationally. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss and clarify the opportunities, challenges and issues of this century’s key technology, robotic technology, in areas where science and industry intersect.

At this meeting, the current situation of how robots or robotic technologies are affecting our society and life at an unprecedented rate and under all circumstances will be discussed. Targeted industries include energy and the environment, manufacturing, finance, logistics, construction, agriculture, medical and health care, biotechnology, housing, automobiles, sales and marketing, and prevention of natural disasters.

Pickup Session

Opening Memorial Lecture

Guang-Zhong Yang

Science for Robotics and Robotics for Science

Guang-Zhong Yang

Imperial College London

The Hamlyn Centre

Prof

Keynote 1

Robert Riener

Cybathlon: a competition for athletes with disabilities using most advanced robotic technologies

Robert Riener

Sensory-Motor Systems Lab / ETH Zurich

HEST (Department of Health Sciences and Technology)

Prof. Dr-Ing.

Keynote 2

Ning Xi

Science and Enabled Science in Nano Robotics

Ning Xi

The University of Hong Kong

Emerging Technologies Institute
Department of Industrial and Manufacturing System Engineering

Chair Professor of Robotics and Automation

Keynote 3

Marc Raibert

Mobile Manipulation Robots at Boston Dynamics

Marc Raibert

Boston Dynamics

CEO

Keynote 4

Rodney Brooks

Megatrends Will Drive Robotics Applications

Rodney Brooks

MIT and Rethink Robotics

Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab

Professor of Robotics (emeritus)

Keynote 5

Thomas Hahn

Shaping the Digital Transformation - opportunities for robotics

Thomas Hahn

Siemens AG

Corporate Technology

Chief Expert Software

Outline

Evant Name

Science Robotics Meeting in Japan 2018

–Challenges and Opportunities of Robotics–

Date

March 12, 13 and 14, 2018
Simultaneous interpretation in English and Japanese will be provided.

Venue

Capacity

A hall/400 persons (Opening Remarks, Keynote session, Special sponsored session, Invited session, Sponsored session)

Admission

Free

Organizer

Science/AAAS

Co-organizer

  • Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering and Science, Kyoto University
  • Department of Bioengineering,Department of Precision Engineering,The University of Tokyo
  • Department of Robotics, Tohoku University
  • Department of Modern Mechanical Engineering, School of Creative Science and Engineering, Waseda University
  • Spacecraft Engineering Division, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
  • Intelligent Systems Research Institute, Department of Information Technology and Human Factors, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
  • National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
  • New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization

Supporter

  • The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers
  • Robot Revolution Initiative

Planning

Organizing Committee (Chairman: Prof. Kazuhiro Kosuge of Tohoku University, Vice-Chairman:Prof. Kensuke Harada of Osaka Unviversity)

Secretariat

Impress Corporation

Targeted attendees

Researcher, developer and engineer involved in Robotics and AI

Contact

Secretariat of Science Robotics Meeting in Japan 2018
E-mail:science@impress.co.jp