2014基礎工学部要覧_英文
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Three-dimensional motion capturing and measurement of muscle activity (electromyogram) during human upper limb movement.20Division ofBioengineeringBiomechanical EngineeringBiomechanics Group■Prof.:Shigeo WADA■Assoc.Prof.:Hiroshi MIYAZAKI■Assis.Prof.:Kenichiro KOSHIYAMA, Satoshi IIWe are investigating the biomechanical structure and functions from cells to organisms by means of computational and experimental approaches. The current topics are: 1) Microbiomechanics of tissue and cells, 2) Multi-scale analysis of blood ow, 3) Rule-based simulation of vascular disease progres-sion, 4) Advance in clinical diagnosis of lung and heart diseases by computational biomechanics.Mechanical andBioengineering Systems Group■Prof.:Masao TANAKA■Assoc.Prof.:Takeshi MATSUMOTO■Assis.Prof.:Hisashi NAITOThe topics studied include: 1) Modeling and analysis for orthopedic and orthodontic biomechanics, 2) Coro-nary microcirculation and articial red blood cells, 3) Human body motion analysis for design/evaluation of assistive rehabilitation devices, 4) Optimality analysis of bone tissue/structure and design optimization of adaptive structural system, 5) Assistant system for smart structure/mechanism design, and so on.Human Mechano-Informatics Group■Guest Prof.:Katsunori MATSUOKA■Guest Assoc.Prof.:Kozo YOSHINOA study on the estimation of a stress state or a living state of a person by analyzing a long term record of a physiological response or the living behavior in everyday life is carried out. This study aims to enable the realization of a personal health care and a personal life support by detecting the change of individual living state in a daily life.Biophysical EngineeringBiosystem engineering Group■Prof.:Jun MIYAKE■Assis.Prof.:Hirohiko NIIOKA, Nobuyuki TANAKAWe are directing the fusion of stem-cell technology with robotics. The reproduction of the function of the lost body has been a dream. Regenerative medicine provides a possibility but needs a combination with robotics to create a complex structure such as arms and legs. Stem-cell technology combined with robot-ics creates a new technology of brain-nerve con-trolled mechanical system. For the development of the technology, biochemical and cell engineering researches are also the major research subjects.Bio-Dynamics Group■Prof.:Taishin NOMURA■Assoc.Prof.:Ken KIYONO■Assis.Prof.:Yasuyuki SUZUKIWe aim at establishing a bridge between changes in state of living organisms and emergence of bio-functions. We focus on bio-dynamics associated with dynamic stability and their destabilization. Research topics include biosignal acquisition and analysis, mathematical modeling of bio-functions including human motor control (biped standing and locomo-tion), and development of an open-platform for physi-ome. Medical applications are also addressed.We are mainly focusing on bioengineering analyses of the structure and function of living systems in nano- to macro-scopic multiple scales and their applications to biological and medical sciences, clinical medicine, applied mechanics, and engineering. Our major research and educational elds are as follows: structural analyses, biophysics, and biomechanics of biological materials and tissues; analyses of the principles and mechanisms of biological functions, and structure-function relationships in bio-machinary units; model analyses of living systems and systemic analyses of human body motion; biomedical and biophysical measurements, biomedical photonics, and medical informatics; developments of biomaterials, articial organs, and tissue engineering technologies; and developments of optimal design methods and techniques based on biomimetics.Three-dimensional motion capturing and measurement of muscle activity (electromyogram) during human upper limb movement.20Division ofBioengineeringBiomechanical EngineeringBiomechanics Group■Prof.:Shigeo WADA■Assoc.Prof.:Hiroshi MIYAZAKI■Assis.Prof.:Kenichiro KOSHIYAMA, Satoshi IIWe are investigating the biomechanical structure and functions from cells to organisms by means of computational and experimental approaches. The current topics are: 1) Microbiomechanics of tissue and cells, 2) Multi-scale analysis of blood ow, 3) Rule-based simulation of vascular disease progres-sion, 4) Advance in clinical diagnosis of lung and heart diseases by computational biomechanics.Mechanical andBioengineering Systems Group■Prof.:Masao TANAKA■Assoc.Prof.:Takeshi MATSUMOTO■Assis.Prof.:Hisashi NAITOThe topics studied include: 1) Modeling and analysis for orthopedic and orthodontic biomechanics, 2) Coro-nary microcirculation and articial red blood cells, 3) Human body motion analysis for design/evaluation of assistive rehabilitation devices, 4) Optimality analysis of bone tissue/structure and design optimization of adaptive structural system, 5) Assistant system for smart structure/mechanism design, and so on.Human Mechano-Informatics Group■Guest Prof.:Katsunori MATSUOKA■Guest Assoc.Prof.:Kozo YOSHINOA study on the estimation of a stress state or a living state of a person by analyzing a long term record of a physiological response or the living behavior in everyday life is carried out. This study aims to enable the realization of a personal health care and a personal life support by detecting the change of individual living state in a daily life.Biophysical EngineeringBiosystem engineering Group■Prof.:Jun MIYAKE■Assis.Prof.:Hirohiko NIIOKA, Nobuyuki TANAKAWe are directing the fusion of stem-cell technology with robotics. The reproduction of the function of the lost body has been a dream. Regenerative medicine provides a possibility but needs a combination with robotics to create a complex structure such as arms and legs. Stem-cell technology combined with robot-ics creates a new technology of brain-nerve con-trolled mechanical system. For the development of the technology, biochemical and cell engineering researches are also the major research subjects.Bio-Dynamics Group■Prof.:Taishin NOMURA■Assoc.Prof.:Ken KIYONO■Assis.Prof.:Yasuyuki SUZUKIWe aim at establishing a bridge between changes in state of living organisms and emergence of bio-functions. We focus on bio-dynamics associated with dynamic stability and their destabilization. Research topics include biosignal acquisition and analysis, mathematical modeling of bio-functions including human motor control (biped standing and locomo-tion), and development of an open-platform for physi-ome. Medical applications are also addressed.We are mainly focusing on bioengineering analyses of the structure and function of living systems in nano- to macro-scopic multiple scales and their applications to biological and medical sciences, clinical medicine, applied mechanics, and engineering. Our major research and educational elds are as follows: structural analyses, biophysics, and biomechanics of biological materials and tissues; analyses of the principles and mechanisms of biological functions, and structure-function relationships in bio-machinary units; model analyses of living systems and systemic analyses of human body motion; biomedical and biophysical measurements, biomedical photonics, and medical informatics; developments of biomaterials, articial organs, and tissue engineering technologies; and developments of optimal design methods and techniques based on biomimetics.

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