The challenges of putting rescue robotics research into practice
Technische Universität Darmstadt & German Rescue Robotics Center
Prof. Oskar von Stryk is Full Professor at the Department of Computer Science of the Technical University Darmstadt. He is a founding board member and acting Deputy Chairman of the German Rescue Robotics Center. He also has been founding trustee of the Association for the Understanding of Artificial Intelligence as well as a long-standing trustee and vice-president of the International RoboCup Federation. He has published more than 200 international peer-reviewed publications and co-founded the robotics startups Bionic Robotics, Energy Robotics and Freemotion Systems. He was the key driving force in establishing the innovative interdisciplinary study programs on Autonomous Systems and Robotics as well as Computational Engineering at TU Darmstadt. Prof. von Stryk is an expert reviewer for national and international research projects.
His research on cooperating autonomous mobile robots, biologically inspired robots and numerical optimization and control methods has been funded in more than 30 projects by national, European and US research agencies and companies. The research results have received several awards, e.g., a first prize of the European Robotics Technology Transfer Award, the Hessian Cooperation Award, the Louis Vuitton Best Humanoid Award and numerous international competitions for autonomous mobile robots (e.g., ARGOS Challenge, ENRICH, RoboCup, World Robot Summit). His Rescue Robotics Team Hector is well known for its performance, research and open source contributions. Academic Influence ranks him among the 25 most influential computer scientists worldwide in 2010 to 2020.
Current Status and Challenges of R&D for Decommissioning of
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station
Senior Manager of Planning and Administration Department at the
International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning(IRID)
International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning (IRID)
June 1956 Born in Tokyo
Mar.1979 Graduated from Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, the University of Tokyo
Apr.1979 Join Toshiba Corporation
1979-2000 Toshiba Nuclear Energy DivisionSystem Engineer for BWR Nuclear System
New BWR Planning for Japan, China, Vietnam etc,.
(1990.12-1992.1) Liaison Manager in GE Nuclear Energy at San Jose CA U.S.A.)
2000-2016 Toshiba Head Quarter
General Manager of Technology Management Division
General Manager of Innovation Promotion Division
General Manager of Corporate Communications Division
June2016 Retire Toshiba Corporation
July2016- Join International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning (IRID)
Senior Manager Planning and Administration Department