Digital Human Symposium 2010
As science and digital technolgy advances, a large-scale and detailed simulation about cells, organs, bodies, and societies of human is becoming possible. Since the establishment of our first laboratory, our Digital Human Research Center has achieved many outcomes about developing computer modeling of human and its applications. During next period, one of our mission is to integrate our various resolution models.
We will hold 10th Digital Human Symposium. The theme of this year 2010 is "Multi-scale digital human." We will report our latest works, and invite 4 pioneer researchers in the field. They will also present their latest and precious works.
After the symposium, we will open our laboratory where we exhibit all of our products and results. Please visit our "Open House." We look forward to discussing with you about our researches very actively.
- (Feb. 5th, 2010)
- Homepage(English) opens.
- Theme: Multi-scale Digital Human
- Date: March, 3rd, 2010 (Wed.)
- Symposium: National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (7th floor MIRAI CAN Hall)
- Open house: AIST Waterfront (Access Map)
- Participation fee: free
- Sponsor: National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Digital Human Research Center) li>Co-Sponsor: JST CREST
This schedule is tentative and subject to change.
|09:50～10:40||Invited Speech 1
"UT Heart, multi-scale, multi-physics heart simulator for tailor-made medicine"
Prof. Seiryo Sugiura (Tokyo Univ.)
|10:40～11:05||DHRC Research Topic 1
"Subject-Specific Finger Model from Principal Feature Database"
Mitsunori Tada (DHRC)
|11:05～11:55||Invited Speech 2
"Multi-scale Human Simulation on the Next Generation Supercomputer"
Prof. Ryutaro Himeno (RIKEN)
|12:55～13:45||DHRC Research Topic 2
"DHAIBA - Digital Human Modeling for Human Centered Design"
Masaaki Mochimaru (DHRC)
|13:45～14:35||Invited Speech 3
"OpenSim Software for Human Movement Simulation"
Prof. Scott Delp (Stanford University)
|15:05～15:55||DHRC Research Topic 3
"Digital Human Model for Everyday Life Computing"
Yoshifumi Nishida (DHRC,CREST)
|15:55～16:20||Invited Speech 4
"SIGVerse: SocioIntelliGenesis Simulator Integration system between physical behavior/perception and social communication"
A.Prof. Tetsunari Inamura (National Institute of Informatics)
Takeo Kanade (DHRC)
Prof. Seiryo Sugiura
Prof. Ryutaro Himeno
Prof. Scott Delp
A. Prof. Testunari Inamura
National Institute of Informatics
Please register if you would like to have our symposium.
Pre-registration page: https://www.dh.aist.go.jp/Workshop/2010/registration.php
If you have any troubles about Pre-registration, please contact Toshio
Hori (t.hori atmark aist.go.jp) atmark = @
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