Hajime Asama


Department of Precision Mechanical Engineering, University of Tokyo
IEEE RAS AcCom member, 2007-2009
JSME Fellow, RSJ Fellow

Professional Activities:

  • NEDO Project for Development of Unmanned Systems for Disaster Response, PL (2012-)
  • Japanese Government and TEPCO: Task Force for Remote Control Technology, Chairman (2012-)
  • Japanese Government and TEPCO: Headquarter of Mid-term and Long-term Research and Development Promotion, Member (2012-)
  • Japan Atomic Energy Commission, Advisory Committee on Medium-range and Long-range Measures for Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, Member (2011-)
  • Council on Competitiveness-Japan, Project on Disaster Response Robots and Their Operation System, Project Leader (2011-)
  • METI Remote Control/Robotics Project Team, Member (2011)
  • Robotics Task Force for Anti-Disaster (ROBOTAD), Chairman (2011-)
  • NEDO Project for Strategic Development of Advanced Robotics Elemental Technologies, Sub Project Leader (2006-2010)
  • MEXT Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Scientific Research on Priority Areas, Program on Emergence of Adaptive Motor Function through Interaction among the Body, Brain and Environment (A Constructive Approach to Understanding of Mobiligence), Director (2005-2009)
  • MLIT Comprehensive Technological Development Project on Advanced Execution Technology by Remote Control Robot and Information Technology, WG2 Chair (2003-2007)
  • MEXT Project of Development of Advanced Robots and Information Systems for Disaster Response (DDT Project), Mission Unit Leader and Task Force Leader of Information Infrastructure (2002-2006)

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