Robots/Algorithms inspired from biological systems

Biological beings exhibit sophisticated adaptability in complex environments. To understand/exploit these mechanisms in terms of engineering, we are developing robots and algorithms that work for realistic complex tasks.


  • The papers has been accepted in Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics. (2023/7/20)
  • Two papers have accepted in IEEE/RSJ IROS2023. (2023/6/22)
  • Mr. Yoshimitsu (M2) gave a presentation at IEEE/RSJ IROS2022. (2022/10/24)
  • Two master students have completed their studies. (2022/03/25)
  • Our paper related to tensegrity robots has been published in Frontiers in Robotics and AI. (2021/11/01)
  • Three master students have joined our group. (Apr. 27th, 2021)
  • The paper has been accepted for publication in Neurocomputing. (May 17th, 2020)
  • Two master students have joined our group. (Apr. 7th, 2020)
  • Webpage is updated. (Aug. 19th, 2019)
  • Our 3 papers accepted in IROS2019! (Jun. 20th, 2019)
  • Bioinspired Systems Laboratory has just launched at Kyutech! (Apr. 1st, 2019)

About visiting

Our Laboratory locates in Kitakyushu city where the north shore of the Kyushu Island, Japan. See Contact page for contacting us. See also the page of the Graduate School of Life Sience and Systems Engineering for more details.

About admission

Our laboratory admits master and doctoral students from the Global AAR course, see the web page for more information about the Global AAR course.

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