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W. Takano, K. Yamane, T. Sugihara, K. Yamamoto and Y. Nakamura, Theory of Communication between Human and Humanoid Robot based on Embodied Symbol Model, Journal of Robotics Society of Japan, Vol.28, No.6, pp.735-745, 2010.
Reviewed international conference proceedings
Toshiya Nishi and Tomomichi Sugihara, Thinning and Smoothing of Randomly-sampled Support Transitions Toward Practical Motion Planning for Humanoid Robots, 2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, pp.1702-1707, Taipei, Oct, 19th, 2010.
Fumi Seto and Tomomichi Sugihara, Motion Control with Slow and Rapid Adaptation for Smooth Reaching Movement Under External Force Disturbance, 2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, pp.1650-1655, Taipei, Oct, 19th, 2010.
Reviewed domestic conference proceedings
Ken Masuya, Tomomichi Sugihara, Motoji Yamamoto, Complementary Filter for High-fidelity Attitude Estimation based on Inverse Modeling of Inertial Sensors, 28th Annual Conference of Robotics Society of Japan, Nagoya Institute of Technology, 3H2-4, 2010. 9.24.
Tomomichi Sugihara, Reflexive Step-out Control Superposed on Standing Stabilization of Biped Robots, 28th Annual Conference of Robotics Society of Japan, Nagoya Institute of Technology, 2D2-7, 2010. 9.23.
Hidehito Kobayashi, Tomomichi Sugihara, Tsutomu Hasegawa, Motion Replanning during Navigation of Humanoid Robots to cope with Emergent Change of Landing Position, 28th Annual Conference of Robotics Society of Japan, Nagoya Institute of Technology, 1A1-3, 2010. 9.22.
T. Sugihara, Shock absorption mechanism, Japanese Patent Public 2010-133495.
Off-campus events and seminars
2010.7.11. Tomomichi Sugihara, Dynamic Walking 2010 at MIT E14, title: Dynamics Morphing Toward Globally Stable Bipedalism
2010.7.2. Tomomichi Sugihara, Class of Introduction to Robotics, Faculty of Future Robotics, School of Engineering, Chiba Institute of Technology at Bldg. 11 in Shibazono campus, title: my research history on humanoid robotics