ABOUT OUR LABORATORY
This lab is now called Fujimoto- Shimizu- Fujita Laboratory where you have the opportunities to do the research about various topics . Whomever you are assigned to, you will have the chance to talk with all of the professors in this lab. Most professors will be in the same room with you and there are tons of chances for you to have a casual chat or a serious research talk.
The fields of research we are handling are as follows: control theory and its practical use, digital control, motion control, robotics, electric vehicles, wireless power transfer, power electronics, and electric airplanes. Control theory is being applied in robots, motors, and actuators, NC machine tools, magnetic and photonic disc drives, motion controls of vehicles and aircrafts, rolling mills, plants, etc., as an essential tool for broad applications. It is now a common practice to pre-load control algorithms into computers or controllers, but developments of more high function and complex algorithms are still in serious need. Fujimoto-Shimizu-Fujita Laboratory is actively developing new control theories for different applications.
Undoubtedly, the laboratory is for the student members. We always aim to make this place a laboratory which students are active and in great motivation. We will support the students with high motivations by letting them experience not only difficulties but also the fun aspect of the research at the same time. Visits of prospective students are greatly encouraged, and we recommend you to attend the laboratory tours held in May and October, where you can see and discuss in depth about our laboratory. Laboratory tour information will be updated in "what's new" section in the top page.
You will be joining study sessions few times a week during the first semester. At the same time you will have discussions regarding your topic of interest in individual meetings, laboratory meetings, and team meetings. When you get results, you can present it in domestic and international conferences. We have relationships with several electronic manufacturers, automobile manufacturers and academic institutes. It may even be possible to visit or stay at different institutes for a few weeks to conduct experiments as a part of cooperative research projects.
There are 5 doctoral course students, 13 master's course students, and 3 senior-year undergraduates (April,2022). Many students come from other universities and technical colleges.
Department of Advanced Energy, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Department of Electrical Engineering & Information Systems, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, The University of Tokyo