Session Code Session Title Organizer Session Theme and Objective
OS003 Concept, results and future topics of the research project on rehabilitation robot for walking function

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Taisuke Sakaki (Kyushu Sangyo University) The Human Robotics Research Center at Kyushu Sangyo University was established in 2013 as a practical center for the study of robots designed for rehabilitation and care-support. The HRRC seeks to implement robots intended for the medical and care fields to address problems in those fields. We have focused on the development of rehabilitation robots for spinal cord injury patients. Here, we present three different robots we have developed for standing-motion training, primary-walking-pattern training, and practical-walking training.
OS004 Translational Rehabilitation Robots

Session Type :
Mini-symposium
Won-Kyung Song (National Rehabilitation Center) Robots are expected to play an important role in rehabilitation as rehabilitation robots can provide frequent and repetitive doses during treatment or provide seamless support in daily living activities. However, the research and development results of rehabilitation robots indicate that they are not suitable for clinical applications because of several requirements such as safety, effectiveness, long-term investment, and other barriers between bench and bedside. This mini-symposium reviews the current trends in rehabilitation robots and then shares the experience of a translational research for rehabilitation robots in the National Rehabilitation Center (NRC) of Korea and its collaborators. This research will contribute visible results such as boosting the rehabilitation robot industry and improving the quality of life of people with disabilities and senior citizens.
OS005 Recent advances in control theory and industrial applications

Session Type :
Mini-symposium
Young-Hun Lim (Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology) This session covers recent research results in control theory and industrial applications. The covered topics include recent advances of distributed control theories in multi-agent system. Also, control applications for a wide range of industries are presented and discussed.
OS006 Recent Advances of Nonlinear Control and Its Applications

Session Type :
Mini-symposium
Hyungbo Shim (Seoul National University) / Soohee Han (POSTECH) This mini-symposium presents 6 talks of 30 minutes, related to various aspect of nonlinear system and control with some possible applications. Prof. Luca Zaccarian from CNRS, France, who is IEEE Fellow, gives a talk with five korean professors as well. The symposium is prepaired by Technical Committee of Control Theory.
OS007 Image Processing and Medical Imaging I

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Hyoungseop Kim (Kyushu Institute of Technology) We are pleased to invite you to submit a paper in ISIS 2011 for the medical imaging. As you know, medical imaging is evolving to meet new demands in medical and medicine to provide computer aided diagnosis. The objective of this session is to provide an open and the informal atmosphere for discussion in information processing. In this session, researchers will exchange together their information in medical imaging to discuss the current state and future of medical imaging. The medical imaging session focus in research and development for computer information in medical fields, including (but not limited);
/Image processing and visualization
/Segmentation
/Image registration
/Image reconstruction
/Image guided surgery
/Computer aided diagnosis
/Medical imaging such as CT, MR imaging, PET, US …
OS008 Image Processing and Medical Imaging II

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Hyoungseop Kim (Kyushu Institute of Technology) We are pleased to invite you to submit a paper in ISIS 2011 for the medical imaging. As you know, medical imaging is evolving to meet new demands in medical and medicine to provide computer aided diagnosis. The objective of this session is to provide an open and the informal atmosphere for discussion in information processing. In this session, researchers will exchange together their information in medical imaging to discuss the current state and future of medical imaging. The medical imaging session focus in research and development for computer information in medical fields, including (but not limited);
/Image processing and visualization
/Segmentation
/Image registration
/Image reconstruction
/Image guided surgery
/Computer aided diagnosis
/Medical imaging such as CT, MR imaging, PET, US …
OS009 Machine Vision Applications

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Sungho Kim (Yeungnam University) / YoungSu Moon (Samsung Electronics) / Wangheon Lee (Hansei University) The scope of this session includes theories and applications related with machine vision. Recent state-of-the-art technologies are presented and discussed. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Industrial machine inspection
- Deep learning theroies and machine vision applications
- Multi-sensor fusion
- Object detection, recognition, and tracking
- Unmmaned ground/aerial vehicle applications
- 3D reconstruction and applications
OS010 Medical Robots and Simulation

Session Type :
Mini-symposium
Sungwan Kim (Seoul National University) / Jaesoon Choi (Asan Medical Center / University of Ulsan College of Medicine) Medical robots of which surgery/intervention assist robots and rehabilitation therapy assist robots are representative have seen great advances in technology and clinical application. Domestic research in these fields also have seen rapid growth in recent years and early commercial products are now entering into market. Continued research and development of medical simulation systems also are getting closer to actual clinical application in various areas. This mini-symposium invites leading researchers of Korean medical robot and simulation and provides discussion and exchange opportunities with overview of current status of the art and future perspective.
OS011 Intelligent Robot Technology: SICE-ICROS joint session

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Shiro Masuda (Tokyo Metropolitan University) / Dongjun Lee (Seoul National University) The session reports recent research results on robotics and control in the Society of Instrument of Control Engineers (SICE), Japan and the Institute of Control, Robotics, and Systems(ICROS). The session focuses on topics of intelligent robot technology, such asaster-slave mechanism, robot manipulator, multi-robot SLAM, platoon of wheel mobile robot, and robot operations. From the session, we discuss future directions of reseaches of robotics.

The submitted papers are as follows.

P00041 Estimation Force of Master-Slave for the End Effector of
Hydraulic Servo System Using SMCSPO
Min Cheol Lee, Karam Dad Kallu

P00124 Multi-robot SLAM via Distributed Extended Kalman Filters
Toshiki Sasaoka, Yosuke Kishimoto, Kiyotsugu Takaba

P00191 Distributed Control Design and for a Platoon of
Wheeled Mobile Robots: Application to Teleoperation
with Predictive Display
Changsu Ha, Jaemin Yoon, Changu Kim, Yonghan Lee, Dongjun Lee

P00321 Haptic Guidance Steering System of a Quadruped Robot
for Robotic Disaster Relief Operations
Yoojin Oh, Suhun Jung, Jae Hwan Bong, Shinsuk Park

P00372 Velocity-Field Control of Robotic Excavator with Main
Control Valve
Kwangmin Kim, Minji Kim, Changsu Ha, Dongmok Kim, Dongjun Lee

P00383 A Study of Eye Contact for Tabletop Robot
Yusuke Nozaki, Takashi Yoshimi, Kiyoaki Takeuchi
OS012 Inference, Data Mining, Control and Measurement

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Yohei Saika (Natl.Inst.Tech.GC) This session describes recent development of a topic on "Inference, Data Mining, Control and Measurement" both from theoretical and experimental points of view. Especially, in the present session, we overview information technology related to Bayesian inference for environmental engineering, sparse computing for remote sensing, data mining for motion capturing and information technology for control and measurement, image processing and security.
OS013 Advances in intelligent mechatronics

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Hyun Myung (KAIST) Daejeon-Chungchong Section organizes an organized session for Advances in intelligent mechatronics and robotics. It includes papers regarding 3D SLAM, machine learning, etc. applied to diverse mechanical devices.
OS014 Control of Soft/compliant Actuators

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Sehoon Oh (DGIST) Soft/compliant actuators, such as series elastic actuators and variable
impedance actuators have attracted many researchers' attention recently. In
spite of their advantages in high performance force control, several issues
are considered obstacles for them to be applied more widely. In this mini
symposium, various approaches to tackle those issues are presented,
particularly from the viewpoint of control algorithms. The following topics
are included in this mini symposium.
1. High performance force control of soft/compliant actuators
2. High precision position control of soft/compliant actuators
3. Modeling and analysis of soft/compliant actuator behaviors
4. Applications of soft/compliant actuators
5. States observation of soft/compliant actuators
OS015 Robotics and Its Applications

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Jang Myung Lee (Pusan National University) ICROS Technical Society (Robotics and Applications) Session
OS016 [Closed] Vehicle Active Safety and Automated Driving

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
KangWon LEE (Korea Polytechnic University) / Kyongsu Yi (Seoul National University) / Sungjin Yim (Seoul National University of Science and Technology) This session aims to discuss recent research topics of automotive active safety and/or automated driving systems including but not limited to driver support, sensing, perception, decision making, actuation, mapping, localization, V2X, and infrasturcuture.
OS017 Field Application of Robot Technologies

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Nak Yong Ko (Chosun University) This session discusses how robot technologies are used for real application. It encompasses application of robot technologies for unmanned utilization of vehicles on sea surface, in underwater, underground, and in the air. Also included are applications of robot technologies for the home appliance control. Robot technologies such as navigation, SLAM, search, tracking, and estimation and control are discussed.
OS018 Recent Advances in Brain-Machine Interfaces

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Keum-Shik Hong (Pusan National University) This organized session is aimed to bring together researchers, academicians, scientists, engineers and practitioners from various leading research labs and organization to participate and present their latest findings, ideas, developments and applications in the field of brain engineering including brain-machine interface, brain imaging and neuro rebabilitation. Any topics in brain engineering including modeling, estimation, and any other stimulation/control technique are welcome. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Brain-machine interface
- Brain imaging
- Brain signal detection techniques (fMRI, EEG, fNIRS, etc.)
- Brain IT & neuromorphic analog chip design
- Brain simulator
- Multi-modality imaging
- Neural decoding
- Neural interfacing
- Neuro-robotics
- Optical neural engineering
- Rehabilitation
- Stimulation, modulation, and inception
- Theoretical and computational neuroscience
- rTMS, tDCS, etc.
OS019 Machine Vision and Its Applications

Session Type :
Mini-symposium
Yonghyun Kim (POSTECH) / Daijin Kim (POSTECH) This mini-symposium deals with machine vision and its applications as main topics and consists of two sessions: Machine Vision and Its Applications, and Machine Vision for Human Analysis. The latest state-of-the-art technologies related to machine vision will be presented and discussed.
OS020 Advances in Process Control and Optimization

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Jong Min Lee (Seoul National University) / Jay H Lee (KAIST) Introduction: With the development of sensors and advances in computational theories and tools, process control and optimization are considered to play a key role for the future of manufacturing, often referred to as smart manufacturing or Industry 4.0. This session covers advances in theories and applications of process control and optimization for chemical, biological, energy, and manufacturing processes. Topical areas include advanced process control, process data analytics, process design, process intensification, and planning/scheduling.

Potential speakers to this session of “Advances in Process Control and Optimization” at ICCAS 2017 include:
- Richard D. Braatz, MIT, US
- Furong Gao, Hong Kong Univ. of Sci. and Tech., Hong Kong
- Manabu Kano, Kyoto University, Japan
- Kwang Soon Lee, Sogang Univ., Korea
- Moon Yong Lee, Yeungnam Univ., Korea
- Kwang-Ki Kim, Inha University, South Korea
- ChangKyoo Yoo, Kyung Hee Univeresity, Korea
- Chang Jun Lee, Pukyong Nat’l University, Korea
- Jay H. Lee, KAIST, Korea (Organizer)
- Jong Min Lee, Seoul National Univ. (Co-Organizer)
OS021 Military Application of Intelligent Control and information System

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Yong Woon Park (ADD) This session will cover military application papers which is derived from technology development project funded in Korea. It will focused on the intelligent algorithm, control and information system including machine learning and big data processing applied to unmanned military systems like drone and autonomous vehicles.
OS022 Advances in Cable Driven Parallel Robot System and its Potential Application

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Chang-Sei Kim (Chonnam National University) / Jong-Oh Park (Chonnam National University) A Cable-Driven Parallel Robot (CDPR) has a great industrial application potentials with its wide workspaces, high dynamic responses, and high payload capabilities. However, due to unfamiliarity, uncertain cable properties, and precise control problems, the CDPR has not been widely utilized for the practical industrial robot system. In this session, the cutting edge researches for the CDPR will be presented and further industrial applications will be discussed. Topics in cable-driven robotics including winch system, cable length/tension control, CDPR kinematics, dynamics, modeling, control, simulation, experiments, and industrial application are welcomed, but are not limited to the CDPR system.
OS023 Robotics and Image Guide Technologies for Cardiovascular Intervention

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Jaesoon Choi (Asan Medical Center / University of Ulsan College of Medicine) Cardiovascular intervention has long been viewed as an attractive area of surgical robot application. Although there is yet no system that has successfully reached wide clinical application, new research and development attempts are continuously made by numerous research groups and the interest of cardiologists on robotics technologies has been recently largely increasing. This session is to provide an open forum for discussion and review about robotics and image guide technologies for cardiovascular intervention.
OS025 Technologies for the personal care robot safety

Session Type :
Mini-symposium
Kwan-Woong Gwak (Sejong University) As the use of personal care robots increases, social demand for the safety of the personal care robots has been increased. Following that, there has been an intensive development for the technology that guarantees and validates the minimum level of safety of the personal care robots. In this symposium, recent developments in the related field are introduced especially in the mobile servant robot, person carrier robot and wearable robots.
OS026 Wearable Robots for Assistance of Activities of Daily Living

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Kyoungchul Kong (Sogang University) Wearable robots, robots integrated with the human body, have been developed for various purposes, such as military, medical, or rehabilitation applications. This session is organized to discuss on the key technologies in the wearable robotics, covering from the mechanical design, sensor integration, control algorithm, and clinical verification. In particular, recent advances in the wearable robots for assisting people with partial impairments will be introduced and discussed intensively.
OS027 ECTI-ICROS Joint Session on Advances of Control System Design

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
David Banjerdpongchai (Chulalongkorn University) / Jung Seul (Chungnam National University) ECTI-ICROS Joint Session on Advances of Control System Design
OS028 Human Assist Robots

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Kazuo Kiguchi (Kyushu University) Recently, robots are expected to assist human motor ability and/or perception ability. This organized session is aimed to discuss recent research topics on power-assist systems, perception-assist systems, human motion assist robots, rehabilitation robots, robotic prostheses, robotic orthosis, robotic canes, wearable robots, brain machine interface.
OS029 AI Applications

Session Type :
Mini-symposium
Jihoon Yang (Sogang University) This mini-symposium is open to all kinds of AI applications in industrial, governmental, military, or any real-world domains. The state-of-the-art technologies used in the applications will be presented and discussed.
OS030 Symposium on Bio-Mimetic Robot Research (BMRR)

Session Type :
Mini-symposium
Dong-Il Dan Cho (Seoul National University) Biomimetic robot has become an active research topic. The research in the area covers the technologies related to perception and cognition, sensing and actuation, information and communication, biomimetic mechanisms and structures, as well as behavioral analysis and control related to and inspired by biomimetics. This symposium presents recent research results covering those topics in biomimetic robot technologies. There will be four sessions including sensors and actuators, design and analysis, estimation and control, and networks and power systems for biomimetic robots.
OS031 Soft Robotics

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Kyujin Cho (Seoul National University) Soft robotics Organized session will be formed of 3 invited speakers that will give a 30 minutes talk each.
Invited speakers are all world renowned researchers in the area of soft robotics.

OS032 Intelligence for Mobility

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Euntai Kim (Yonsei Univ.) Intelligence for Mobility
OS033 Control System Design: SICE-ICROS joint session

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Shiro Masuda (Tokyo Metropolitan University) / Dongjun Lee (Seoul National University) The session reports recent research results on robotics and control in the Society of Instrument of Control Engineers (SICE), Japan and the Institute of Control, Robotics, and Systems(ICROS). The session focuses on topics of control system design, such data-driven control, model predictive control, disturbance obserber, and time-delay dontrol. From the session, we discuss future directions of reseaches of control system design and technology.

The submitted papers are as follows.

P00196 Multiple Object Center Point Estimation by Fusing SIFT
Algorithm and Monte Carlo Method for Multiple Visual
Servoing System
Jang Myung Lee, Seon Ho Park

P00036 Twin-motor System Using a Data-driven Dual-rate Control
Sho Ito, Natsuki Kawaguchi, Takao Sato, Nozomu Araki,
Yasuo Konishi

P00105 Primal Formulation of Parallel Model Predictive Control
Naoyuki Hara, Keiji Konishi

P00218 Continuous-time I-PD Gain Tuning Based on VRFT Using
Closed-loop Step Response Data
Jongho Park, Shiro Masuda

P00344 Robust Control of Uncertain Robot Manipulator
with a Momentum-based Disturbance Observer
Juhoon Back, Wonseok Ha

P00405 Practicality and Performance Improvement of Time-delay
Control
Jaemin Baek, Wookyong Kwon, Soohee Han
OS034 Robotics

Session Type :
Invited(organized) session
Sung Hyun Han (Kyungnam University) Poster Session, Robotics