NAIST fosters exchange between academia and industry, and welcomes industry collaborations. The Robotics Laboratory of the Graduate School of Information Science went out to represent NAIST at the Keihanna Business Messe in Kyoto Prefecture and the biannual Japan Robot Week in Tokyo. Read more about their experience below.
Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International (ATR) solicited help from NAIST students to conduct an experiment with tourists visiting Iga, Japan.
Iga is a city well known for its magnificent castle, authentic ninja traditions, and famous poet artists such as Basho Matsuo. During summer, ATR teamed up with NAIST to provide tourists with detailed information about Iga … Continue Reading ››
Bikes are one of the healthiest and cheapest transport options around. However, exchange students often cannot afford to buy one for a short stay, and regular students may have a bike with a flat tire that they cannot or do not have the time to repair. That's when the NAIST GSK Recycling Club comes into … Continue Reading ››
VSP met with Cédric Abiven, a French Intern at the Robotics Laboratory. It was the opportunity for him to share is impressions on his 6-month stay at NAIST and about Japan in general.
So Cédric, could you tell us about yourself and how did you end up at NAIST?
On August 9, all the undergraduate students participating in the 2016 Summer Seminar gathered together to have lunch, along with some NAIST students and professors. This was the perfect chance to share experiences, and ask questions in a more relaxed atmosphere. VSP interviewed a couple of students and asked them about the event.
Ms. Tada attended the activities at the Augmented Human Communication Laboratory. … Continue Reading ››
As the only Japanese team to proceed to the final round of the Amazon Robotics Challenge, Team NAIST-Panasonic obtained 6th place between 16 contenders from all over the world. In this post, the team tells their story.
The Amazon Robotics Challenge is an annual robot competition aimed at the automation of Amazon’s warehouses, where teams … Continue Reading ››