Fifth Bio-inspired Manufacturing Symposium

 

Date: October 6, 2017

 

Place: Multipurpose room, Building number 13, Kyoto Institute of Technology

 

 

 

Organized by: Organizing committee of 5th BiMS (M. Ota, Y. Karuno, Y. Sawada, A. Nakayama, A. Masuda, Y. Hagiwara)

 

Co-organized by: Kyoto Institute of Technology

 

Supported by: Japan Society for Mechanical Engineers, Kansai Branch,

 

             Society of Aero Aqua Bio-mechanisms, Osaka Science and Technology Center

 

 

 

Admission: free, USB memory: 2000 Yen, Get-together party: 3000 Yen

 

               

 

Program

 

10:00-10:05 Opening

 

10:05-10:55 Invited lecture

 

L1 Bioinspired slippery coatings to stop ice formation          P. Wilson (Univ. Tasmania, Australia)

 

10:55-11:35 General presentations

 

G1 The influence of cellulose nanofibers derived from plants on ice growth  

                          ○T. Tawa (DKS Co. Ltd.), M. Hashimoto, T. Iso (Kyoto Institute of Technology), T. Miyamoto, Y. Hagiwara

 

G2 Numerical simulation on turbulent friction drag and heat transfer for slippery wavy surfaces inspired from desquamation and skin fold of dolphins                                                   ○M. Matsumoto (Kyoto Institute of Technology), Y. Hagiwara

 

11:35-12:40 Lunch

 

12:40-13:30 Invited lecture

 

L2 Flexible wing structures of flying animals and biomimetic artificial wings         H. Tanaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

 

13:30-14:30 General presentations

 

G3 An evaluation of aerodynamic force of a flapping dragonfly: focusing on the forewing-hindwing phase differences

                                        ○T. Yamanaka (Kobelco Research Institute), T. Fukui (Kyoto Institute of Technology), K. Morinishi

 

G4 Three-dimensional study on the effect of vortices generated by flapping motion on the lift coefficient in hovering flights

                                                                                              M. Kubo (Kyoto Institute of Technology), T. Fukui, K. Morinishi

 

G5 Numerical simulation of the effect of vortices generated by swimming motion of the fish on propulsive force

                                                                                                K. Mori (Kyoto Institute of Technology), T. Fukui, K. Morinishi

 

14:30-15:00 Photo + Coffee break

 

15:00-15:50 Invited lecture

 

L3 Morphogenesis of nanopores in the apical extracellular matrix of Drosophila olfactory sensilla.    S. Hayashi (RIKEN)

 

15:50-16:10 General presentation

 

G6 Freezing of water droplets on glass plates coated with antifreeze polypeptide

                                                                                              K. Arai (Kyoto Institute of Technology), ○K. Koshio, Y. Hagiwara

 

16:10-16:15 Break

 

16:15-17:05 Invited lecture

 

L4 Technologies learning from living creatures: Dry-preservation and High-density heat and mass exchange

                                                                                                                                    R. Shirakashi (The University of Tokyo)

 

17:05-17:10 Closing

 

 

 

17:20-19:00 Get-together party at Plaza KIT

 

  

                          Contact to: Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

 

                       TEL:075-724-7324, FAX:075-724-7300, Email:yoshi@kit.ac.jp

Fourth Bio-inspired Manufacturing Symposium

Date: January 8, 2016

Place: Multipurpose room, Building number 13, Kyoto Institute of Technology

 

Organized by: Organizing committee of 4th BiMS (M. Ota, Y. Karuno, Y. Sawada, A. Nakayama,

                                                                                                                           A. Masuda,  Y. Hagiwara)

Co-organized by: Kyoto Institute of Technology

Supported by: Japan Society for Mechanical Engineers, Kansai Branch, 

             Society of Aero Aqua Bio-mechanisms, Osaka Science and Technology Center

  

Admission: free, USB memory: 2000 Yen, Get-together party: 3000 Yen

          

Program

10:00-10:05 Opening

10:05-10:30 General presentation

G1 Recent progress in studies on bio-inspired manufacturing 

A. Masuda, Y. Sawada, Y. Karuno, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology) 

10:30-11:40 Invited lecture 

L1 Drag reduction by using agar gel walls                              S. Ogata (Tokyo Metropolitan University) 

11:40-13:20 Lunch 

13:20-14:20 Invited lecture 

L2 Basic study on a high-efficiency heat exchanger derived from the gill shape of the fish 

K. Fumoto (Hirosaki University) 

14:20-15:20 Invited lecture 

L3 Development of bio-inspired robot and its application                      T. Nakamura (Chuo University) 

(15:20-15:40 Coffee break) 

15:40-16:55 Invited lecture 

L4 Utilization of the ability of insect reconstruction of a nose from genes and brain from neurons

                                                                                                      R. Kanzaki (The University of Tokyo) 

16:55-17:00 Closing 

 

17:10-19:00 Get-together party at Plaza KIT 

 

                          Contact to: Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology) 

                       TEL:075-724-7324, FAX:075-724-7300, Email:yoshi@kit.ac.jp

 

Third Bio-inspired Manufacturing Symposium


Date: December 19, 2014

Place: University Laboratories for Innovation Research Projects, Kyoto Institute of Technology

 

Organized by: Organizing committee of 3rd BiMS (M. Ota, Y. Karuno, Y. Sawada,

 A. Nakayama, Y. Higashi, A. Masuda, Y. Hagiwara)

Co-organized by: Kyoto Institute of Technology

Supported by: Japan Society for Mechanical Engineers, Kansai Branch,

             Society of Aero Aqua Bio-mechanisms, Osaka Science and Technology Center

 

Admission: free, USB memory: 2000 Yen, Get-together party: 3000 Yen

               

Program

10:00-10:05 Opening

10:05-10:50 General presentation

G1 Infant-airplane is fling in the sky by his flapping wings Y. Muguruma (Infant-airplane Project)

G2 Restraint of ice particle cohesion by the association of antifreeze protein and sodium chloride, ○K. Taira, T. Miyamoto, N. Nishi, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

10:50-10:55 Break

10:55-11:40 Invited lecture

L1 Innovative liquid-repellent coatings inspired by the surface of living things, C. Urata (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

11:40-13:20 Lunch

13:20-14:00 Invited lecture

L2 Development of super water repellent packaging material ‘TOYAL LOTUS’, H. Nishikawa (Toyo Aluminium K. K.)

14:00-14:05 Break

14:05-14:50 Invited lecture

L3 Tribological properties of sandfish skink’s scale under micro loads, H. Kinoshita (Okayama University)

14:50-14:55 Break

14:55-16:30 Short presentation + Poster presentation

S1 Preparation of polymer thin films having hierarchically ordered surface structure by utilizing both nanoimprinting technology and controlled polymerization, ○T. Uemura, J. Motoyanagi, M. Minoda (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S2 Analysis of ice growth inhibitory effect by winter flounder antifreeze protein absorbed to an ice crystal surface and ions near the ice-water interface, ○T. Yasui, K. Terai, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S3 Interface temperature depression in the mixed solution of polypeptide, inspired by antifreeze protein, and sodium chloride, ○T. Kaijima, N. Nishi, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S4 Forces acting on wavy plates with three different silicone rubbers, mimicking dolphins’ skins, by turbulent flow, ○R. Yamada, K. Maeda, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S5 Effect of non-rubber components on mechanical properties of natural rubber latex films, T. Phakkeeree, A. Tohsan, Y. Ikeda (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S6 Construction of luminescent Escherichia coli systems for sensing of toxic substances, ○Y. Ihara, D. Okamoto, H. Karatani (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

(15:45-16:30 Coffee break)

16:30-16:35 Break

16:35-17:20 Invited lecture

L4 Functions of vibration signals in insects and their application to pest control, T. Takanashi (Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute)

17:20-17:25 Closing

17:30-19:30 Get-together party at Plaza KIT

 

                          Contact to: Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

                       TEL:075-724-7324, FAX:075-724-7300, Email:yoshi@kit.ac.jp


Second Bio-inspired Manufacturing Symposium

Date: December 19, 2013

Place: Center Hall, Kyoto Institute of Technology

Organized by: Organizing committee of 2nd BiMS

Co-organized by: Kyoto Institute of Technology

Supported by: Japan Society for Mechanical Engineers, Kansai Branch, Society of 

                       Aero Aqua Bio-mechanisms, Osaka Science and Technology Center

Admission: free, USB memory: 2000 Yen

 

10:00-10:05 Opening

10:05-10:50 Invited lecture

Invited lecture L1 Facial expression recognition system exploiting skin radiation characteristics of infrared rays, Y. Yoshitomi (Kyoto Prefectural University)

10:50-10:55 Break

10:55-11:45 General presentation

G1 The ice growth inhibition effect of dilute solution of antifreeze protein or several ions, ○H. Aomatsu, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

G2 Suggestion of an air vehicle controlling the attitude using motion of legs, ○R. Okada, Y. Higashi (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

11:45-13:20 Lunch

13:20-14:05 Invited lecture

Invited lecture L2 Adhesion technology learning from nature, N. Hosoda (National Institute for Materials Science)

14:05-14:10 Break

14:10-15:40 Short presentation + Poster presentation

S1 Butterfly-flight-suit was tested, Y. Muguruma (Invention College)

S2 Creation of artificial fabrication technology of organic-inorganic composite materials analogous to those produces by nature, ○S. Nakamura, K. Naka (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S3 Interaction between segments of a biological material for ice growth control and an ice, ○K. Terai, Y. Nohara, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S4 Development of ice growth inhibitor inspired an idea from a living body defense substance, ○N. Nishi, H. Aomatsu, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

(14:40-15:40 Coffee break)

15:40-16:25 Invited lecture

Invited lecture L3 Development of super fuel-saving underwater coatings inspired by marine life, M. Matsuda (Nippon Paint Marine Coatings)

16:25-16:30 Break

16:30-17:20 General presentation

G3 Numerical simulation on turbulent heat transfer for slippery wavy surfaces inspired by dolphin skin, ○A. Nishida, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

G4 Diffusion of ions in salt solution or the mixed solutions of antifreeze protein and salt, ○Y. Nohara, Y. Hagiwara(Kyoto Institute of Technology)

17:20-17:25 Closing

Contact to: Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology) TEL:075-724-7324, FAX:075-724-7300, Email:yoshi@kit.ac.jp

First Bio-inspired Manufacturing Symposium

Date: December 21, 2012

Place: University Laboratories for Innovation Research Projects, Kyoto Institute of Technology

Organized by: Organizing committee of 1st BiMS

Co-organized by: Kyoto Institute of Technology

Supported by: Japan Society for Mechanical Engineers, Kansai Branch, Society of Aero Aqua Bio-mechanisms

Admission: free, USB memory: 2000 Yen

 

1000-1010 Opening

1010-1055 Lecture

L1 Possibility of new manufacturing inspired by biological reactions, Prof. Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

1055-1140 Invited lecture

Invited lecture L2 Swimming goggles development based on the measurement results of the total drag for turbulent water flow in an open channel, Mr. M. Shintani (Yamamoto Kogaku Co., LTD.)

1140-1240 Lunch

1240-1410 Invited lectures

L3 Study of the creature flight, Prof.K. Yasuda (Nihon University)

L4 Control of nucleation and crystal growth of ice by antifreeze proteins, Dr. T. Inada (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))

1410-1420 Break

1420-1550 Short presentation + Poster presentation

S1 Drag reduction using nata de coco suspensions, J. Warashina, T. Kubo, S. Ogata (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

S2 The effect of the friction drag to act on the wavy prate whose surface is hydrophilic propertyin theopen channel, K. Maeda, R. Yamazaki, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S3 Attitude stabilization of a flapping-wing robot with clap-and-fling mechanism, H. Yoshida, Y. Higashi (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S4 Effects of flapping phase differences on flight performance with insect-inspired robot, K. Kudo, K. Suzuki, A. Nakamura, S. Ito, H. Takanobu, H. Miura (Kogakuin University)

S5 Aerodynamic specification of dragonfly mimetic robot according to the phase difference of wings, A. Nakamura, S. Ito, K. Kudo, K. Suzuki (Kogakuin University)

S6 Temperature measurement of ice slurry flow containing antifreeze protein in a mini-channel, Y. Nakagawa, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S7 Behavior analysis of cations for three aqueous solutions between ice walls, Y. Nohara, K. Kuroshima, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S8 Effects of internal electric field on the ice-water interface in unidirectional solidification, H. Aomatsu, Y. Maeda, Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S9 Natural rubber/in situ silica nanocomposite for smart devices, A. Thosan, Y. Ikeda (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

S10 New vibration mitigation controllers synchronized with external environments (Active mass damper using neural oscillators), J. Hongu, D. Iba (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

(1500-1555 Coffee break)

1555-1725 Invited lectures

L5 Actuators and sensors based on polymer materials, Prof. N. Kamamichi (Tokyo Denki University)

L6 Development of fluid machinery by bio-mimicry, Dr. M. Ohtsuka (SHARP Corporation)

1725-1730 Closing

 Contact to: Y. Hagiwara (Kyoto Institute of Technology) TEL:075-724-7324, FAX:075-724-7300, Email:yoshi@kit.ac.jp