2013

Graduation thesis
(B4)

Name Title
Ryota Imamura Study of in- liquid small heat engine for in-liquid micro robot
Noriyuki Mouri Experimental formulation of capillary force between an adhesional wetting surface and an immersional wetting end of rod

(M2)
Name Title
Takashi Sato Study of wide-range navigation of holonomic and omnidirectional mobile robots with formation control

2012

Graduation thesis
(B4)

Name Title
Hiroyuki Aono Development of high-viscosity-liquid dispenser and capillary-force-based chip-parts assembling
Arato Ogawa Development of an integrated 3DoF inner position sensor by 4 optical linear encoders with 0.5 μm resolution
Akio Oi Development of an inchworm mobile mechanism moved on non-magnetic surface by switching of vertical inner force between two Y-shaped legs by electromagnetic solenoid actuators

(M2)
Name Title
Manabu Yatsurugi Study of 3-axial FF/FB control for holonomic and omnidirectional mobile mechanism with four chip encoders
Kazuya Kumagai Development of high-viscosity-liquid dispenser and capillary-force-based chip-parts assembling

2011

Graduation thesis
(B4)

Name Title
Takashi Sato Transient response analysis of precise inchworm mobile mechanism and development of precise positioning control within one step motion with 0.05μm accuracy

(M2)
Name Title
Kazushi Arafuka Development of the 3DOF precise positioning mechanism actuated by four piezoelectric linear motors
Suguru Omura Study on the compensation method in consideration of the individual specificity for precise miniature robot with 3 DOF
Tsubasa Yamagiwa Development of Compensation for Mobile Precise Mechanism using Microscopic Image of tool end

2010

Graduation thesis
(B4)

Name Title
Manabu Yatsurugi Development of a 3 DOF mobile positioning mechanism with 6 contact points
Kazuya Kumagai Study of needle based micro-dispensor for high visucous liquid and micromanipulation used by liquid bridge force

2009

Graduation thesis
(B4)

Name Title
Kazushi Arafuka Development of a precise miniature robot with a 3 DOF -Improvement of straight motions uniformity and maximum speed-
Suguru Omura Development of an FF/FB control device for a precise miniature positioning mechanism with 3 DOF for a chip-mounting positioning task
Tsubasa Yamagiwa Development of automatic collecting and feeding of egg-cells supported by miniature precise robots

2008

Graduation thesis
(B4)

Name Title
Tatsuya Ichikawa Egg-cell processing organized by versatile miniature robots under microscopy