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Seminar Series|Curriculum

The Seminar Series are managed by EMP. We will invite researchers who work at the cutting edge of main scientific area in Empowerment Informatics and have them give us lectures.

Seminars in the past(Academic year 2014)

 2016| 2015|2014|

The 7th Meeting of Seminar Series
March 4, 2015(Wed.)12:00-13:00 Venue:3B213

3th seminar
Lecture:Professor Ferdinando Mussa-Ivaldi, Professor of Physiology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern University, Director of the Robotics Laboratory in the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Title:The Body-Machine Interface
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The 6th Meeting of Seminar Series
February 9, 2015(Mon.)15:00-17:00 Venue:3B213

Lecture:Dr. Stéphane Azzopardi, The Bordeaux Institute of Technology, France
Dr. Stéphanie Cardoso, University Bordeaux Montaigne, France
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The 5th Meeting of Seminar Series
January 9, 2015(Fri.)15:00-16:30 Venue:3B213

3th seminar
Lecture:Assistant Professor Pierre Lévy, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
Title:Perceptive Qualities in Interaction – a Research-through-Design on perceptual crossing

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The 4th Meeting of Seminar Series
December 3, 2014(Wed.)18:30-19:30 Venue:3B213

3th seminar
Lecture:Associate Professor Itaru Kuramoto, Kyoto Institute of Technology
Title:Entertaining Everyday: a trend of Entertainment Computing

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The 3rd Meeting of Seminar Series
November 27, 2014(Thu.)19:00-20:00 Venue:3L301-1

Lecture:Prof. David J Ostry, McGill University
Title:Motor learning and sensory plasticity

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The 2nd Meeting of Seminar Series
October 28, 2014(Tue.)19:30-20:30 Venue:3B310

Lecture:Dr. Tomohisa Asai, NTT Communication Science Laboratories
Title:Emergence of the self-other distinction while generating body movements

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The 1st Meeting of Seminar Series
October 16, 2014(Thu.)18:30-19:30 Venue:3B213

Lecture:Atsushi Takagi, Imperial College London
Title:Human-human motor interaction through a compliant connection

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