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Informatics for "Empowering People"

"Extension" externalizes the latent creative functions of people.
Media Vehicle
(Research Result by Prof. Hiroo IWATA, Program Leader)

Informatics for "Empowering People"

"Harmony" integrates engineering systems into people's everyday life.
Driving Simulator (Research Result by Prof. Toshiyuki INAGAKI)

Informatics for "Empowering People"

"Supplementation" improves the reduced physical and sensory functions of disabled or senior people.
HAL® (Research Result by Prof. Yoshiyuki SANKAI)

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Informatics for 'Empowering People''Extension' externalizes the latent creative functions of people. Media Vehicle (Research Result by Prof. Hiroo IWATA, Program Leader)
Informatics for 'Empowering People''Harmony' integrates engineering systems into people's everyday life.Driving Simulator (Research Result by Prof. Toshiyuki INAGAKI)
Informatics for 'Empowering People''Supplementation' improves the reduced physical and sensory functions of disabled or senior people.HAL® (Hybrid Assistive Limb) (Research Result by Prof. Yoshiyuki SANKAI)

About Empowerment Informatics

Future societies are expected to demand engineering systems capable of improving quality of life in terms of safety, convenience, a sense of fulfillment, etc. To this end, this program establishes “Empowerment Informatics” as a new branch of informatics that supplements and extends human functions and enables technology to work in harmony with people.

About EMP Curriculum

The educational goals of the Ph.D. Program in Empowerment Informatics are to develop students’ abilities necessary to create systems capable of “empowering people” in the following three areas: Interdisciplinary ability, Presentation ability, and Frontline ability.

Research Environment

We offer a unique environment for human resource development, as demonstrated by our “Empowerment Studio”, where students are able to work together whenever they want to brush-up systems through permanent exhibitions. And our “Empowerment Dormitory”, which not only provides room and board, but is a venue for collaborations.

Industry and International Collaborations

This program creates an organizational multidisciplinary research guidance system that provides each student with consistent mentorship from a multidisciplinary team consist of domestic and foreign industrial, governmental, and academic leaders.

What’s New

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2017/11/10
“Machine learning enabled to predict human movements from fMRI signals: contribution of the posterior parietal cortex for kinematic transformation.”
2017/11/07
Notice of public presentation on Final Assessments of Student Achievement for the Ph.D. Program in Empowerment Informatics
2017/10/18
Report on Waseda-Tsukuba-Tsinghua Leading Summer School 2017
2017/10/06
‘Information for Examiness’ for General Admission(Oct 2017) is available now.
2017/08/24
Flies in the Sky at LargeSpace 25th August 2017(Fri.) 16:00-18:00
2017/08/22
Notice of public presentation on Second Assessments of Student Achievement for the Ph.D. Program in Empowerment Informatics
2017/07/21
2017 The 11th Meeting of EMP Colloquium Series by Mr. Jake Fountain, The University of Newcastle will be held. : 4th August, 2017 (Fri.) 14:00-16:00 : Empowerment Studio
2017/07/21
2017 The 3rd Meeting of EMP Seminar Series by Dr. Takayuki Ito, Gipsa-lab, CNRS will be held. : 4th August, 2017 (Fri.) 10:30-12:30 : 3B231 (Presentation Room)