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About Our Research
Teleoperation robots are rapidly becoming to be next everyday alternatives for human workers under dangerous environment. Our primary research target is to develop new control laws for teleoperation, which feedback vivid sensation of environment to an operator.
Activities of Ohnishi Lab.
Ohnishi professor retired on March 2018. Our work at Ohnishi laboratory has been finished. We are afraid that ohnishi laboratory cannot accept any more students. We appreciate for your contined supports.
Prof. Kouhei Ohnishi
Being received prestigious awards including IEEJ paper award (1985), JSPE Award (1996), IEEE fellow (2001), JSME fellow (2003), EPE-BEMC Council Award (2004) and IEEE Dr.-Ing Eugine Mittlemann Achievement Award, he concurrently serves as an IEEE IES vice president and the head of IEEJ Industry Applications Society. His major publications include “Basics of Control Engineering” (Maruzen, in Japanese) and “Recent Advancements in Motion Control” (The Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun).
His research interest lies in the field of electronics engineering, notably power electronics, motion control, robotics and haptics.
1980: Ph.D. degrees from the University of Tokyo
Present: Professor at Department of
System Design Engineering,
Faculty of Science and Technology of Keio University
The first classic paper about disturbance observer
Kiyoshi OHISHI, Kouhei OHNISHI, and Kunio MIYACHI
TORQUE - SPEED REGULATION OF DC MOTOR BASED ON LOAD TORQUE ESTIMATION METHOD
JIEE/1983 INTERNATIONAL POWER ELECTRONICS CONFERENCE, IPEC-TOKYO, TOKYO, JAPAN, 27th Mar - 31st Mar