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USJI Member Universities Research Report Vol.3

September 30,2011

Keio University

Topic:
Research and development of an electric bus with a full flat floor
Researcher:
Toshiki Nishiyama, Project Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance
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At the Electric Vehicle Laboratory of SFC, we are carrying out research and development of a prototype of an electric bus with a full flat floor.

Kyoto University

Topic:
Development of Bio-based Material Bonded with Natural Organic Polycarboxylic Acid
Researcher:
Kenji Umemura, Associate Professor, Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere
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New adhesion system using natural organic polycarboxylic acid such as citric acid was developed. This system does not contain substances derived from fossil resources at all. Various lignocellulosic materials having good mechanical properties …

Ritsumeikan University

Topic:
Robotics, Mechatronics, Control Engineering
Researcher:
Tsuneo Yoshikawa, Professor, Institute of Science and Engineering Collegeof Information Science and Engineering Department of Human and Computer Intelligence
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Searching for the Future of the Mental Capacity of Robots The “Jenga” Robot

The University of Tokyo

Waseda University

Topic:
What Investors Have Learned from the Major Earthquake-Psychological Changes from the Viewpoint of Stock Prices and Housing Prices-
Researcher:
Yuichiro Kawaguchi, Professor, Faculty of Commerce
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The Great East Japan Earthquake has dramatically altered the way the Japanese economy is seen. For example, the way that housing and real estate values are seen in Japan has changed since 3.11. Location value is what determines the …

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