HSI2011 Conference Program

Outline of timetable and structure




Detail Programme

May 19th, Thursday

10:15-11:55

Room1 Human machine interactions I
co-chair : Prof. Sho Yokota (Setsuna Univ.)
  1. Atsushi Imadu, Tadao Kawai, Yogo Takada and Tomoki Tajiri
    Walking Guide Interface Mechanism and Navigation System for the Visually Impaired
  2. Chih-Hung Kung, Chien-Hsi Chen, Hsiao-Kuan Wu and Chung-Huang Yu
    Development of Orientation and Guiding System by Radio-Frequency for the Visually Impaired
  3. Alexander Mertens
    User Focused Design of Human-Robot Interaction for People Suffering from Unusual Ailments
  4. Orazio Mirabella, Antonino Raucea, Fausto Fisichella and Luigi Gentile
    A motion capture system for sport training and rehabilitation
  5. Hannes Bleuler, Laura Santos-Carreras, Ali Sengul and Marc Vollenweider
    Multimodal Haptic Interface for Surgical Robotics
Room2 Etho-Communication in Intelligent Space
co-chair : Prof. Mihoko Niitsuma (Chuo Univ.)
  1. Szilveszter Kovacs, David Vincze, Marta Gacsi, Adam Miklosi and Peter Korondi
    Ethologically Inspired Robot Behavior Implementation
  2. Mihoko Niitsuma, Terumichi Ochi, Masahiro Yamaguchi and Hideki Hashimoto
    Design of Interaction For Simply Operating Smart Electric Wheelchair in Intelligent Space
  3. Tibor Gottdank, Tamas Kifor, Akos Hajnal and Csan?d Szab?
    Ethology and Mobile Technology in One: EtoPhone
  4. Leon Palafox, Laszlo Attila Jeni and Hideki Hashimoto
    Using Conditional Random Fields to validate observations in a 4W1H paradigm
13:10-14:50

Room1 Human machine interactions II
co-chair : Prof. Eri sato-Shimokawara (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.)
  1. Alexander Rotshtein and Hanna Rakytyanska
    Diagnosis Problem Solving using Multidimensional Fuzzy Relations
  2. Ondrej Linda and Milos Manic
    Evaluating Uncertainty Resiliency of Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Controllers for Parallel Delta Robot
  3. Hao Yu, Tiantian Xie, Michael Hamilton and Bogdan Wilamowski
    Comparison of Different Neural Network Architectures for Digit Image Recognition
  4. Takahiro Nozaki, Yusuke Suzuki and Kouhei Ohnishi
    Motion Recognition using DP Matching based on Position and Force Information
  5. Yihsin Ho, Tomomi Shibano, Eri sato-Shimokawara and Toru Yamaguchi
    The Information Providing System by using Human Motion Recognition
15:10-16:50

Room1 Human machine interactions III
co-chair : Prof. Ryojun Ikeura (Mie Univ.)
Prof. Atsushi Imadu (Osaka city Univ.)
  1. Micha? Mikulski
    Electromyogram Control Algorithms for the Upper Limb Single-DOF Powered Exoskeleton
  2. Fu-Cheng Wang, Chung-Huang Yu, Chia-Hui Chen, Tai-Yu Chou and Chen-En Tsai
    Synchronized Robust Control of a Gait Trainer
  3. S.M.Mizanoor Rahman, Ryojun Ikeura, Shinsuke Ishibashi, Soichiro Hayakawa, Hideki Sawai and Haoyong Yu
    Lowering Objects Manually and with Power-Assist: Distinctions in Perceived Heaviness, Load Forces and Object Motions
  4. Marina Vela Nu?ez, Carlo Alberto Avizzano, Emanuele Ruffaldi and Massimo Bergamasco
    A Low-Cost Human Locomotion Speed Recognition for Augmented Virtual Environments Exploration
  5. Sho Yokota, Hiroshi Hashimoto, Yasuhiro Ohyama, Daisuke Chugo, Jinhua She and Hisato Kobayashi
    Improvement of Body Motion Measurement using Pressure data on Human Body Motion Interface
May 20th, Friday

10:15-11:55

Room1 Vision, auditory systems and human factors
co-chair : Prof. Noriko Nagata (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.)
Prof. Takuma Funahashi (Chukyo Univ.)
  1. Bruno Lain, Stefano Ghidoni and Emanuele Menegatti
    Robust object tracking in a dual camera sensor
  2. Luis Ricardo Sapaico and Makoto Sato
    Analysis of Vision-based Text Entry using Morse Code generated by Tongue Gestures
  3. Guenther Schatter and Paul Kramer
    Mood-based Navigation and Content Selection by Speech
  4. Takuma Funahashi, Takayuki Fujiwara and Hiroyasu Koshimizu
    Development of Visual Inspection Robot based on Motion and Mind Behaviors of Expert Inspector
  5. Eriko Aiba, Koyu Numata, Takashi X. Fujisawa and Noriko Nagata
    Identification of Factors Related to the Enhancement of Image-Quality for Subjective Image-Quality Assessment Model Based on Psychological Measurement
Room2 Human-interactive robots I
co-chair : Prof. Yoshinori Kuno (SaitamaUniv.)
Prof. Motoyuki Ozeki (Kyoto Insittute of Tech.)
  1. Hooman Aghaebrahimi Samani and Adrian David Cheok
    From Human-Robot Relationship to Robot-Based Leadership
  2. Peter Nauth
    Interaction of Autonomous Assistive Robots with Humans
  3. Motoyuki Ozeki, Yasuhiro Kashiwagi, Mariko Inoue and Natsuki Oka
    Top-Down Visual Attention Control Based on a Particle Filter for Human-Interactive Robots
  4. Mohammed Moshiul Hoque, Tomami Onuki, Yoshinori Kobayashi and Yoshinori Kuno
    Controlling Human Attention through Robotfs Gaze Behaviors
  5. Mitsuki Kitani, Tatsuya Hara, Hiroki Hanada and Hideyuki Sawada
    A Talking Robot and Its Human-like Expressive Speech Production

13:10-14:50

Room1 Intelligent sensors and actuators
co-chair : Prof. Chiharu Ishii (Hosei Univ.)
  1. Mari Kawamoto and Kouhei Ohnishi
    A Method for Estimation of Operational Torque Considering of Asymmetric Property on Bilateral Control
  2. Sergiu-Dan Stan, Milos Manic, Cristian Szep and Radu Balan
    Performance analysis of 3 DOF Delta parallel robot
  3. Jie Ji, Hiromoto Hayashi and Qiangfu Zhao
    Inducing Portable Neural Network Trees for Text Data Through DCAMC
  4. Timothy R. Mcjunkin and Milos Manic
    Evolutionary Adaptive Discovery of For Phased Array Sensor Signal Identification
  5. Salvatore Anzalone, Emanuele Menegatti, Enrico Pagello, Yuichiro Yoshikawa, Hiroshi Ishiguro and Antonio Chella
    Audio-video people recognition system for an intelligent environment
Human-interactive robots II
co-chair : Prof. Kiyoshi Ohishi (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.)
Prof. Kitti Suwanratchatamanee (Waseda Univ.)
  1. Nadia Ramona Rat, Mircea Neagoe, Dorin Diaconescu and Sergiu Dan Stan
    Dynamic analysis of a Triglide parallel robot
  2. Takahiro Kosugi and Seiichiro Katsura
    Experimental Investigation of Variable Scaled Bilateral Control
  3. Hidetaka Morimitsu and Seiichiro Katsura
    Frequency Response Analysis of Observer-Based Thermal Control System of Peltier Device
  4. Hiroyuki Nagai and Seiichiro Katsura
    Environmental Embedded Haptic System Based on Modal Transformation
  5. Abderrahmane kheddar
    Human-Robot Haptic Joint Actions: Is an Equal Control-Sharing Approach Possible?

15:10-17:30

Room1 Network Sensor and Human Monitoring
co-chair : Prof. Hiroshi Hashimoto (Advanced Institute of Industrial Tech.)
Prof. Yuka Kato (Advanced Institute of Industrial Tech.)
  1. Krzysztof Pancerz, Jerzy Gomula and Jaroslaw Szkola
    Computer-Aided Diagnosis of Patients with Mental Disorders Using the Copernicus System
  2. Hiromu Kobayashi, Hideki Hashimoto and Mihoko Niitsuma
    An Approach for Extraction of Human Walking Path in Intelligent Space
  3. Daisuke Chugo, Kazuya Fujita, Yuki Sakaida, Sho Yokota and Kunikatsu Takase
    Depressurization Assistance according to a Posture of a Seated Patient
  4. Richter Claas, Yuzuru Tanaka and Gerald Bieber
    A Case Study of an Employee Portal with integrated Physical-Activity Monitoring
  5. David Hunter and Bogdan M. Wilamowski
    Parallel Multi-Layer Neural Network Architecture with Improved Efficiency
  6. Erik Noyes and Leonidas Deligiannidis
    Emergent: A Knowledge Discovery Tool for Understanding Emerging Industry Structure
  7. Masahiko Narita, Yuka Kato and Chuzo Akiguchi
    Enhanced RSNP for applying to the Network Service Platform ? Implementation of a Face Detection Function ?
Room2 Tactile and Haptic Interfaces
co-chair : Prof. Abderrahmane kheddar (AIST/CNRS JRL)
  1. Changan Jiang, Feng Zhao, Keiji Uchida and Hideyuki Sawada
    Research and Development on Portable Braille Display Using Shape Memory Alloy Wires
  2. Hikaru Nagano, Shogo Okamoto and Yoji Yamada
    Physical and sensory factors of textures that appeal to human touch
  3. Chiharu Ishii, Hiroyuki Mikami, Takashi Nakakuki and Hiroshi Hashimoto
    Bilateral Control for Remote Controlled Robotic Forceps System with Time Varying Delay
  4. Thao Tran Phuong, Ryo Furusawa, Chowarit Mitsantisuk and Kiyoshi Ohishi
    Force Sensing Considering Periodic Disturbance Suppression Based on High Order Disturbance Observer and Kalman-filter
  5. Manabu Ishihara
    Evaluation of Force Delays on the Operation of Haptic Sense with Analytic Hierarchy Process
  6. Fumiya Mitome and Kouhei Ohnishi
    Bilateral Control with Bluetooth and Its Evaluation
  7. Zhibin Song, Shuxiang Guo and Mohd Yazid
    Development of a Potential System for Upper Limb Rehabilitation Training Based on Virtual Reality
May 21st, Saturday

10:15-12:35

Room1 Communicative Factors for Natural Interaction
co-chair : Prof. Satoshi Suzuki (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
Prof. Hiroshi Igarashi (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
  1. Satoshi Suzuki, Yasunari Fujimoto and Toru Yamaguchi
    Can differences of nationalities be induced and measured by robot gesture communication ?
  2. Shuichi Nakata, Harumi Kobayashi, Masafumi Kumata and Satoshi Suzuki
    Human Speech Ontology Changes in Virtual Collaborative Work
  3. Keiko Sato and Yasue Mitsukura
    Effects of Music on Image Impression and Relationship between Impression and Physical Feature
  4. Hiroshi Igarashi
    Human Skill Evaluation by Characteristics of Input Command Decision
  5. Heiko Hecht, Romy Weiland and Evgeniya Boyarskaya
    The cone of gaze
  6. Koichi Takahashi, Hironobu Fukai and Yasue Mitsukura
    Head Pose Tracking with Individual Adjustment for Communication Tools
  7. Hironobu Fukai, Jumpei Takagi and Gang Xu
    Robust and Fast Self Localization by 3D point cloud
Room2 Emerging Technologies for Harmonized Human-Machine Environment
co-chair : Prof. Kenji Suzuki (TsukubaUniv.)
Prof. Pitoyo Hartono (Chukyo Univ.)
  1. Pitoyo Hartono
    Utilization of Machine Learning Methods for Assembling, Training and Understanding Autonomous Robots
  2. Yoshimitsu Aoki
    Vision-based Human Modeling and Recognition for Human System Interaction
  3. Hideyuki Sawada and Mitsuki Kitani
    Several Approaches to Speech and Auditory Systems for Human System Interactions
  4. Kenji Suzuki
    Kinematic and Physiological Cues for Human System Interaction
  5. Ryo Saegusa, Lorenzo Natale, Giorgio Metta, Giulio Sandini
    Cognitive Robotics - Active Perception of the Self and Others -
  6. Shingo Maeda, Yusuke Hara and Shuji Hashimoto
    Chemical Robots ?Design of active soft materials?
  7. Kitti Suwanratchatamanee, Mitsuharu Matsumoto and Shuji Hashimoto
    Balance Control of Humanoid Robot in Object Lifting Task with Tactile Sensing System
Key Dates
Proposals for Special Sessions
December 24, 2010 (Extended)
Submission deadline
December 24, 2010 (Extended)
Acceptance notification
Feburary 25, 2011
Camera ready due
March 25, 2011 (Extended)
Firm deadline
On-lineRegistration deadline 
April 22, 2011
Conference time
May 19-21, 2011
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KAGAWA UNIVERSITY
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KEIO UNIVERSITY,
Global COE Program C-12 High-Level Global Cooperation


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University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow, Poland


The Japan Society for Precision Engineering


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