Humanoid Design

Human beings have endeavoured to understand the systems and mechanisms that make up the human body, such as the principles of muscle control, the sensory nervous system that connects the brain and the body, the mechanisms of learning in the brain, and the accomplishment of the simple act of walking. In recent years, technology has developed to the point where humanoid robots that mimic human body structures are now being constructed, and these enable us to study the systems in the human body by making humanoids or through experimental trials in the real world. However, a limitation of conventional humanoids is that they have been designed on the basis of the theories of conventional engineering, mechanics, electronics, and informatics. They are also primarily intended for engineering-oriented applications, such as task achievement in daily life, personal assistance, or disaster response.
 

  • Principles and technologies for anthropomorphic/bionic design and control
  • Novel materials, devices, mechanisms, energy system for humanoids
  • Software and hardware architecture, system integration
  • Humanoid locomotion, manipulation, perception, planning
  • Adaptation, learning and cognitive development of humanoids
  • Humanoids for human science and engineering

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