[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] 2nd Japan-EU WS on Neurorobotocs

Y. Nakamura nakamura at ynl.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Tue Apr 19 12:07:28 PDT 2016

Dear Friends,

You are cordially invited to participate the following workshop on April
2016 at the University of Tokyo.

Best Regards,

Yoshihiko Nakamura

On-site registration
Free of Charge

The Second Japan-EU Workshop on Neurorobotics
Yayoi Auditorium, The University of Tokyo
Friday, April 29th, 2015
Prof. Yoshihiko Nakamura (UTokyo)
Dr. Satoshi Oota (RIKEN)
Prof. Alois Knoll (TUM)
Prof. Rüdiger Dillmann (FZI)

Sponsored by:
The Human Brain Project, EC
TUM-UTokyo Program, SGU, UTokyo


 9:50-10:00    Welcome
10:00-12:00    Session 1
        Satoshi Oota        RIKEN
        Analysis on the mouse gait patterns by using a neuro-
        musculoskeletal model of the laboratory mouse

        Yosuke Ikegami        UTokyo
        Musculoskeletal model of mice and the experimental system
        for their motion analysis

        Yuko Okamura-Oho     Jissen Women's University / RIKEN
        Integrated analysis of anatomical and topological maps of gene
        expression in the mouse brain

        Alois Knoll        TUM
        Recent developments in the human brain project

12:00-13:00     (Lunch Time)

13:00-15:00    Session 2
        Florian Röhrbein    TUM
        A landscape of neurorobotics: from simulation towards
        physical robots

        Florian Walter        TUM
        Towards Neuromusculoskeletal Experiments for the HBP
        Neurorobotics Platform

        Hirokazu Takahashi    UTokyo
        Neuronal intelligence emerging from the Darwinian principle

        Rüdiger Dillmann    FZI
        Modeling cortical sensor-motor control functionalities with
        a spiking neural-robot control network

15:00-15:30    (Coffee)

15:30-17:30    Session 3
        Jacques Kaiser        FZI
        Functional model of the visual cortex’ dorsal pathway in

        Shu Takagi        UTokyo
        On the modeling of neuro-musculoskeletal coupling for
        simulating Parkinson disease

        Jun Igarashi        RIKEN
        A large-scale neural network model of basal ganglia-
        thalamocortical circuits run on K supercomputer for
        understanding Parkinson’s disease resting tremor

        Yoshihiko Nakamura    UTokyo
        Supercomputing of interaction between the spinal neuron
        pools and FEM musculoskeletal system

17:30-17:40    Summary

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