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Visit of Japanese Experts (Year 2015-16)

Lectures By Japanese Experts

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Lectures By Japanese Experts :

Various Japanese experts visited the Institute and gave lectures.


March 21-29, 2007

  1. Professor Yoshimi Ito, Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan – Basic Mechanical Engineering–
    1. Should the Frictional Force be necessarily reduced in Engineering Problems?”
    2. Technological Inheritance and Its Importance
    3. Fusion of Quantification and Uncertainties in Product Development
  2. Dr. Eishi H. Ibe, Hitachi, Japan – “Semiconductor Production Technology”
  3. Dr. Toshijir Ohashi, Hitachi, Japan – “Production Technology of Hard Disc Drives”
  4. Kazafumi Uda, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan – “What is the Production Technology in Formula SAE Vehicle”

January 6-12, 2008

  1. Professor Takashi NANYA (University of Tokyo) - Curriculum
  2. Professor Hiromasa SUZUKI (University of Tokyo) – Computer Graphics, Simulation and Visualization
  3. Professor Youichi HORI (University of Tokyo) – Control Systems
  4. Dr Yutaka OHTAKE (University of Tokyo) – Computer Graphics, Simulation and Visualization

March 10-14, 2008

  1. Professor Yoshimi Ito, Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan - Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  2. Dr. Takashi Maeda, Sumitomo Metals, Japan - Materials Design and Processing
  3. Dr. Toshiro Tomida, Sumitomo Metals, Japan - Materials Design and Processing
  4. Dr. Koichi Kuroda, Sumitomo Metals, Japan - Materials Design and Processing

August 3-5, 2008

  1. Mr Matsumoto, AMADA, Japan

 

September 21 to October 11, 2008

  1. Professor Yoshimi ITO, Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan – EMF on Measurement of Interface Pressure by Means Of Ultrasonic Waves
  2. Professor Takashi MATSUMURA, Tokyo-Denki University, Japan – EMF on Recent Trends in Design and Manufacturing
  3. Mr. Yasuji FUKAYA, OKUMA Co., Japan  – EMF on Recent Trends in Design and Manufacturing
  4. Professor Shin’ichi WARISAWA, University of Tokyo, Japan – EMF on Recent Trends in Design and Manufacturing
  5. Mr. Hitoshi HIBI, Denso, Japan - CIM for Motor Car Industry – In Case of Alternator
  6. Mr. Arvind Kharbanda, Denso India, New Delhi

January – April 2009       (Session 2008-09, Semester II)

  1. Prof. Kouichi Hori, The University of Tokyo
  2. Dr.Yuki KARASAWA, Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo
  3. Dr. Ryuuzi Takanuki, Hitachi Ltd.
  4. Prof. Hiromichi Onikura, Kyuushu Univesity
  5. Dr. Yasufumi Suzuki, Railway Technical Research Institute
  6. Dr.Keiziro Hayashi, Renaissance Technology
  7. Dr. Hiroshi Suzuki, GE Energy
  8. Prof. Kazufumi Uda, Kanagawa Institute of Technology
  9. Dr. Hiro MASUDA, Renaissance Technology
  10. Prof.Takashi NANYA, The University of Tokyo
  11. Prof. Masao ISHIHAMA, Kanagawa Institute of Technology 
  12. Prof.Shinichi WARISAWA, The University of Tokyo

September – October 2009         (Session 2009-10, Semester I)

  1. Professor Matsumura (Tokyo Denki University)
  2. Professor Kuriyagawa (Tohoku University)
  3. Professor Yoshio SAITO (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
  4. Dr.-Eng. Masao NAKAGAWA (Technology Division, R & D Department, Okuma Co.) 
  5. Professor M. Nishizawa (Tohoku University )

January – April 2010       (Session 2009-10, Semester II)

  1. Professor Shinichi Warisawa, (University of Tokyo) - “Computer Integrated Manufacturing”
  2. Dr. Hitoshi Hibi (Denso Japan) - “Computer Integrated Manufacturing”
  3. Professor Takashi Nanya, (Professor, University of Tokyo) "Dependable Computing"  
  4. Professor Hiroshi Yamaura (Tokyo Institute of Technology Tokyo) “Mechatronics and Robotics”
  5. Professor Msafumi Okada (Tokyo Institute of Technology Tokyo) “Mechatronics and Robotics”
  6. Dr. Azman Osman Lim (Associate Professor, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) "Mobile Computing"  
  7. Professor Tetsunari Inamura (Tokyo Institute of Technology Tokyo) “Mechatronics and Robotics”
  8. Professor Kenichi Miura (Professor, National Institute of Informatics), "Parallel Architecture”
  9. Professor Nobuyuki Iwatsuki (Tokyo Institute of Technology Tokyo) “Mechatronics and Robotics”
  10. Professor Hashimoto (Professor, University of Tokyo)

 


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