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Borderless Approaches
Electro-Mechanical Systems
Yoshikazu Koike
Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering
College of Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in Master's Program
Functional Control Systems in Doctoral Program
Location: Toyosu Campus
Laboratory Overview
Social contributions using sound
Sound and vibration are employed widely in order to send information, to estimate underwater positioning. Our laboratory aims to develop motion, measurement and communication system using sound.
Laboratory Character Our laboratory members work cooperatively to solve the practical problems. Occasionally, we enjoy ourselves at the events, for example BBQ with the laboratory member.
Research Outputs You can review research papers in the website below.
Laboratory Research Field
Positioning Navigation Underwater observation Ultrasonics Piezoelectric actuator
transducer optical fiber measurement      
Recent Research Topics
Positioning estimation and navigation of an underwater observation system Global satellite signal application Fiber optic probe hydrophone Multi-degree of freedom ultrasonic motor Estimation of mixture and grinding progress status using sound measurement
Affiliated Conferences
Acoustical society of Japan The Institute of Electronics Information and Communication Engineers The Japan Society of Applied Physics  
For Social Contributions to the World Sustainability To explore sea resources, we aim to realize a low cost underwater observation system using glass spheres.
Related Industries
ultrasonic engineering marine technology civil engineering    
Applicable Industrial Fields
Acoustic measurement positioning and navigation using MEMS IMU sensor      
Instruments and Devices in this Laboratory
Compact numerical computing manufacturing Laser Doppler vibrometer Impedance analyzer    
Research Seeds
Time synchronization application Inertial mass navigation using MEMS IMU sensor Piezoelectric application