The First Challenge in the world, What HAYABUSA Spacecraft with AI gave us.
Takashi Kubota Professor, JAXA Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
This seminar presents the purpose of the HAYABUSA mission and the obtained results by Japanese Explorer, HAYABUSA which performed the first asteroid sample return in the world. Especially this seminar introduces the functions of HAYABUSA with AI and the outline of HAYABUSA mission in detail. This seminar also presents all the contents on how some troubles were overcome and how to return to the earth clearly. Finally this seminar introduces the outline of HAYABUSA2 mission in operation and future deep space exploration mission plans.
Morpho’s challenged to IoV(Internet of vision) world
Masaki Hilaga President,Morpho, Inc.
Graduated from University of Tokyo, Department of Information Science, in 1997. Completed doctoral course in University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Science, Department of Information Science (D. Sc), in 2002.Joined in technological development for image processing and video filming in school days. Founded Morpho, Inc. in May 2004 which was listed by the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers market, in July 2011. Since its first shipment of PhotoSolid, a still image stabilization technology, in June 2006, we are offering its technologies and products to major smartphone manufactures over a global market.
Frontier of computer simulation using particle methods
Seiichi Koshizuka Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Algorithms, surface tension models, multi-phase flow models, and fast calculation techniques for the MPS method are reviewed. In addition, Recent studies of particle methods presented in related conferences (JSME CMD Conference and JSCES Conference) are introduced.