Mechanical Science and Engineering
[Master's Program] Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
[Doctoral Program] Systems Innovation Engineering
Doctorate (Engineering) Field of Degree: Aerospace Engineering
March 31, 2000: Aerospace Engineering Doctoral Program, Nagoya University Graduate School of Engineering Withdrew for teaching certification
November 2001: Doctorate (Engineering), Nagoya University
April 1, 2000 - May 31, 2005: Assistant, Information Systems Program, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Graduate School of Information Science
June 1, 2005 - March 31, 2007: Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering (department discontinued), Faculty of Engineering, Iwate University
April 1, 2007 - present: Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Iwate University
My Areas of Research
Systems control theory and its application to aerospace systems
Today, automatic control has become a necessity in a variety of situations from manufacturing sites to individual products. Along with elucidating the dynamic nature of controlled objects in system control theory, I am studying the methods for using this and handling it appropriately. In the Satoh laboratory we are studying control of hybrid systems, and control using numerical optimization techniques such as the LMI approach as well as working on research into aerospace systems of unmanned aircraft (UAV, drones), etc., related to external organizations such as JAXA.
My Teaching Philosophy
I want to foster students who study the ideas and mathematical methods underlying system control theory and have the skills and ability to apply them in a variety of fields. Furthermore, I consider it important to have an open mind which is receptive to diverse values and I want to create a synergistic space where students can freely exchange ideas.