Keynote Speaker

Keynote Speaker 1

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Stéphane Caro
CNRS Full time researcher
Robotics, Laboratoire des Sciences du Numérique de Nantes (LS2N)
Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France
Website: https://ls2n.fr/

 

 

Dr. Stéphane Caro is the head of RoMas (Robot and Machines for Manufacturing, Society and Service) research group in the Laboratoire des Sciences du Numérique de Nantes (LS2N), France and full time researcher of the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), France. Furthermore, he also work at IRT Jules Verne (The French Technological Research Institute – Jules Verne).

After completing his post-doctoral degree in the Centre for Intelligent Machines, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, he was awarded the accreditation to supervise research. He took significant roles in the analysis and synthesis of parallel manipulators, and in relatively new robot type, named Cable-driven parallel robots. Dr. Stéphane Caro and his students carry out researches related to conceptual design of parallel robots, robust design, kinematic analysis and synthesis, singularity analysis, tolerance analysis, and design optimization.

Keynote Speaker 2

Nobumasa Sekishita
Associate Professor of Department of Mechanical Engineering
Kanoshita Laboratory, Wind Tunnel Laboratoty
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Website:
http://www.tut.ac.jp/english/schools/faculty/me/16.html

 

Dr Eng Nobumasa Sekishita currently is associate professor of Dept. Mechanical Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan. His research interests span from fluid engineering, wind engineering, to fluid measurement. He is working in the laboratory of Wind Tunnel or Kanoshita Laboratory.

Kanoshita laboratory investigates a buoyancy jet, a plane jet and a sphere wake by using wind tunnels. Turbulent structures in these flow fields are measured by a hotwire anemometer and visualized by the smokewire method. Base on the results, the effects of turbulent motion on heat-mass transfer, entraining ambient fluid and turbulent transition are clarified experimentally. These researches contribute to mixing efficiency, drag reduction, etc. Wind tunnel simulations in high Reynolds number turbulence fields are also conducted to evaluate wind environments around a high-rise building, substances diffused from a chimney by the turbulent shear flow generator developed by Prof. Makita.

Keynote Speaker 3

Speech:

I Made London Batan
Professor of Department of Mechanical Engineering
Product Design and Development Laboratory
ITS Surabaya Indonesia
Website: http://www.me.its.ac.id

Prof. I Made Londen Batan currently is the head of the laboratory of Product Design and Development, Dept. Mechanical Engineering, ITS, Surabaya, Indonesia. He received a master degree from Sophia University, Japan and PhD degree from Padeborn University, Germany. He joined the Dept. Mechanical Engineering ITS Surabaya where he is teaching mainly product design and develoment. Prof. I Made Londen Batan conducts research in the field of development of bike and wheelchair for stroke patient, design of health products, design and Development healt equipments, study on human conventional transportation. Up to now, he owns seven patents for his innovative designs.

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