2nd Japan-EU WS on Neurorobotics



April 29th, 2016 @ University of Tokyo




9:50-10:00 Welcome
10:00-12:00 Session 1

Satoshi Oota, RIKEN
Analysis on the mouse gait patterns by using a neuro-musculoskeletal model of the laboratory mouse

Yosuke Ikegami, UTokyo
Musculoskeletal model of mice and the experimental system for their motion analysis

Yuko Okamura-Oho, Jissen Women’s University / RIKEN
Integrated analysis of anatomical and topological maps of gene expression in the mouse brain

Alois Knoll, TUM
Recent Developments in the Human Brain Project

12:00-13:00 (Lunch Time)

13:00-15:00 Session 2

Florian Röhrbein, TUM
A Landscape of Neurorobotics: From Simulation towards Physical Robots

Florian Walter, TUM
Towards Neuromusculoskeletal Experiments for the HBP Neurorobotics Platform

Hirokazu Takahashi, UTokyo
Neuronal intelligence emerging from the Darwinian principle

Rüdiger Dillmann, FZI
Modeling cortical sensor-motor control functionalities with a spiking neural-robot control network

15:00-15:30 (Coffee Break)

15:30-17:30 Session 3

Jacques Kaiser, FZI
Functional Model of the Visual Cortex’ Dorsal Pathway in Neurorobotics

Shu Takagi, UTokyo
On the modeling of neuro-musculoskeletal coupling for simulating Parkinson disease

Jun Igarashi, RIKEN
A large-scale neural network model of basal ganglia-thalamocortical circuits run on K supercomputer for understanding Parkinson’s disease resting tremor

Yoshihiko Nakamura, UTokyo
Supercomputing of interaction between the spinal neuron pools and FEM musculoskeletal system

17:30-17:40 Summary