ICCAS 2015

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  • Outstanding Paper Award Winners
    (By the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy)

    A Generalized Framework for Robust Stability Analysis of Discrete-Time Disturbance Observer for Sampled-Data Systems: A Fast Sampling Approach
    Gyunghoon Park, Hyungbo Shim (Seoul National University)

    Sliding Window based Landmark Extraction for Indoor 2D SLAM Using Forward-Looking Monocular Camera
    Heewon Chae, Chansoo Park, Jae-Bok Song (Korea University)

    Acoustic Classification and Tracking of Multiple targets using Wireless Sensor Networks
    Joonghyun Lee, H. Jin Kim (Seoul National University)

    Mathematical Modeling of a Variable Displacement Vane Pump for Engine Lubrication
    Bui Ngoc Minh Truong, Dinh Quang Truong, Nguyen Thanh Trung, Kyoung Kwan Ahn, Hyung Gyu Park (University of Ulsan)

    Model Predictive Control for the Power Control of Three-Phase AC/DC Converters using a Disturbance Observer
    Seok-Kyoon Kim (Living & Energy R&D Center LG Electronics), Young Il Lee (SeoulTech)

    (By General Chair of ICCAS 2015)

    A Psychological Framework to Objectively Evaluate Socially Capable Robots for Interactive Tutoring Systems
    Barnabas Takacs, Klara Csizinszky (Semmelweis Medical University), Daniele Mazzei (University of Pisa), Lajos Simon (Semmelweis Medical University)

    Pilot’s Cognitive State Recognition using Wavelet Singular Entropy and Gaussian Process Classification via Full Flight Simulation
    Zhengxiang Cai, Qi Wu, Shan Fu, Dan Huang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

    Automation of slewing motions for forestry cranes
    Szabolcs Fodor, Carlos V´azquez, Leonid Freidovich (Ume°a University)

    Stability analysis of genetic regulatory networks with time-varying delay via new convex combination technique
    Feisheng Yang (Northwestern Polytechnical University, Northeastern University), Dejun Mu, Jing He, Dongxu Huang (Northwestern Polytechnical University)

    Small Compact Electric Vehicle for Practical Use and its Repeated Start-Stop Tests
    Takeharu Hayashi (Tokyo College), Yoshihiko Takahashi (Kanagawa Institute of Technology)

    Student Best Paper Award Winners
    (By General Chair of ICCAS 2015)

    An Intelligent Docking Station Manager for Multiple Mobile Service Robots
    Abhijeet Ravankar (Hokkaido University, Japan)

    Proposing a GPU Based Modified Fuzzy Nearest Neighbor Rule for Traffic Sign Detection
    Peyman Hosseinzadeh (Yonsei University, Korea)

    A study on deterioration in proprioception related to low back pain and falls and postural sway response to local vibratory stimulation
    Ayaka Yamada (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)

    Highly Accurate Stereo-based Measuring and Tracking System for Vessel Control
    Tadashi Ogura (Soka University, Japan)

    A Novel Flag-Language Remote Control Design for a Laparoscopic Camera Holder Using Image Processing
    Kateryna Zinchenko (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)

    Student Best Paper Award Finalists
    (By General Chair of ICCAS 2015)

    Dissipative Filter Design for Takagi-Sugeno Fuzzy Neural Networks
    Kyu Chul Lee (Korea University. Korea)

    An Experimental Study on the Relationship between the Components and Movement of the Human Knee Using an Android Model - Measurement of Internal-External Rotation and Anterior-Posterior Tibial Translation
    Daichi Yamauchi (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)

    Position Determination of a Popup Menu on Operation screens of a Teleoperation System using a Low Cost Head Tracker
    Ryosuke Sugai (Tokyo Denki University, Japan)

    Development of Image Viewer for Analyzing of Temporal Subtraction from Chest CT Images
    Masashi Kondo (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)

    Automatic Segmentation of Phalanges Regions on MR Images Based on MSGVF Snakes
    Koji Shigeyoshi (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)

    Best Presentation Award for Interactive Poster Sessions
    (By Organizing Chair of ICCAS 2015)

    Hoo State-Feedback Control for Continuous-Time Markovian Jump Systems with Partly Unknown Transition Probabilities
    In Seok Park (POSTECH, Korea)

    State Estimation for a Carbon Nanotube-based Sensor Array System
    Hong Jang (KAIST, Korea)

    T-S Fuzzy Control of IPMSM Using Backstepping Integral Sliding Mode
    Abner Asignacion (Changwon National University, Korea)

    Design of Roller-Cam Clutch Mechanism for Energy Efficiency and High BackDrivability of Lower Extremity Exoskeleton
    Ho Jun Kim (Hanyang University, Korea)

    Vision Based Robot for Recognizing and Grasping Fast Moving Conveyor Products
    Longtan Wang (Pusan National University, Korea)

    Simplified Assistive Devices for Upper Limbs
    Ryoichi Suzuki (Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Korea)

    Home-Legacy Device Intelligent Control Using ANFIS with Data Regeneration and Resampling
    Jun ho Chung (Korea University, Korea)

    A Binary Based HMAX Model for Object Recognition
    Tae-Koo Kang (Sangmyung University, Korea)

    EGI/IMU Integration Using Multiple IMUs and Error Damping Loop for SAR Motion Compensation
    Jin Woo Song (Seoul National University, Korea)

    Rajasekar Rangasamy (Tagore Institute of Engineering and Technology, India)

    Mechanism and system design of MAV(micro aerial vehicle)-type wall-climbing robot for inspection of wind blades and non-flat surfaces
    Sungwook Jung (KAIST, Korea)

    Ground Vehicle Localization based on Inertial Measurement Signals
    JUHUI GIM (Pusan National University, Korea)

    Separation of the Hemodynamic Responses in a Simultaneous Audio-Stimuli using ICA: An fNIRS Study
    Hendrik Santosa (Pusan National University, Korea)

    Spasticity Mathematical Modeling in compliant with Modified Ashworth Scale and Modified Tardieu Scale
    Noor Ayuni binti Che Zakaria (Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan)

    Mathematical Modeling of a Variable Displacement Vane Pump for Engine Lubrication
    Bui Ngoc Minh Truong (University of Ulsan, Korea)

    Estimating Desired Yaw Rate and Control Strategy Analysis on Developed Air ESC System for Performance Evaluation
    Seunghwan Chung (Hanyang University, Korea)

    Nonlinear Tire Inverse Model for Integrated Chassis Control System
    Boryeon Kang (Pusan National University, Korea)

    3-Dimensional Position Control Scheme for Mobile Harbor Crane
    Dongho Kim (KAIST, Korea)

    Outstanding Paper Award
    This award is to recognize the most outstanding paper based on the quality of the contribution. All award winners will be announced at the Banquet.

    Application: The author who makes the initial submission can apply for this award by uploading the application form together with the paper.
    Evaluation: Those candidate papers are forwarded to Award Committee, and reviewed once again after the regular review process.
    - Sponsored by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy and the ICCAS 2015 conference (Certificate)

    Download: ICCAS 2015 Outstanding Paper Award Application Form.doc

    Student Best Paper Award
    This award is to recognize the most outstanding paper co-authored by a student based on the quality of the technical contribution and the presentation. All award winners will be announced at the Banquet.

    Eligibility: The applicant should be a student as well as the first author. He/she also has to present the paper at the conference. Students are defined as full-time students, enrolled for degrees or diplomas with a university or another similar institution.
    Application: The author can claim for the application when the initial submission is made, by uploading the nomination form signed by the advisor.
    Evaluation: Award committee members review those papers again after the regular review process. In addition, the award committee will examine the presentation during the conference. Note that all the student best paper candidates will be assigned to the oral lecture session for presentation.
    - Sponsored by the ICCAS 2015 conference (Certificate)

    Download: ICCAS 2015 Student Best Paper Award Nomination Form.doc

    Best Presentation Award for Interactive Poster Sessions
    All award winners will be announced at the end of the each poster session.

    Eligibility: Every presenter at the interactive poster sessions.
    Evaluation: A few anonymous examiners will evaluate each poster and interaction.
    - Sponsored by the ICCAS 2015 conference (Galaxy tab or equivalent and Certificate)