Hibikino-Musashi@Home supervised by Prof. Tamukoh (Vice Director) participated in RoboCup Asia-Pacific 2021 Aichi held from Nov. 25 to Nov. 28 and won @Home Open Platform League 1st place, @Home Domestic Standard Platform 1st place, and @Home Simulation DSPL 1st place.
On November 18th, a paper of joint research by Neumorph Center and Future University Hakodate submitted to 2021 International Symposium on Information Processing and Communication Systems (ISPACS 2021) won the Best Student Paper Award.
On September 25th, the honorary degree was given to the dean of the center, Prof. Hirofumi Tanaka by Suranaree University of Technology in Thailand.
On Nov. 5th, we held an internal meeting of the Neumorph center at the Iizuka Campus of Kyutech to discuss neuromorphic AI materials.
On October 6, the Neumorph Center and Collaborative Research Center, National Institute of Technology, Kure College signed a comprehensive cooperation agreement with an aim of enhancing education and research activities in the fields of materials and AI.
A press release of joint research by a research group consisting of Assistant Prof. Usami, Assistant Prof. Tanaka, the vice director, Prof. Tamukoh, the director, Prof. Hirofumi Tanaka, Osaka University, and Twente University was published. A paper of the research result was published in Advenced Materials.
On September 20th, our research activities about neuromorphic AI hardware and home service robot were introduced in a newspaper, Nihon Keizai Shinbun (Nikkei).
The newspaper is as follows (Japanese),
Hibikino-Musashi@Home, a robot developing team jointed from Kyushu Institute of Technology and The University of Kitakyushu, supervised by the vice director Prof. Tamukoh, won 1st place in World Robot Challenge 2020, Service Robotics Category, Partner Robot Challenge (Real Space), which had been held from Sep. 9th to 12th on AICHI SKY EXPO.
On Sep. 10th, Hibikino-Musashi@Home, a robot developing team supervised by Prof. Tamukoh, vice director of the center was introduced in a newspaper, Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun.
On Sep. 10th, center members (Assistant Prof. Y. Tanaka, Vice-director Prof. Tamukoh, Associate Prof. Tateno, Director Prof. H. Tanaka, Prof. Morie) gave an invited talk entitled “A brain-inspired AI hardware with functions of the hippocampus, the amygdala, and the prefrontal cortex” on JSAP symposium.
On Sep. 12th, the director Prof. H. Tanaka gave an invited talk entitled “A material intelligence from random network -In-materio physical reservoir” on the JSAP symposium.
On Sep. 13th, center members (Assistant Prof. Usami and the director Prof. H. Tanaka) gave an invited talk entitled “Physical reservoir capabilities induced by time-domain dynamics in nano-material networks” on the JSAP symposium. Additionally, the center presented 5 oral talks on the symposium.