I am an assistant professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. I am currently a member of the Harada Laboratory (formely Mitsuishi-Harada laboratory).
I have a B.Sc. (2012) in Mechatronics Engineering and M.Sc. (2014) in Electronic Systems and Automation Engineering from the University of Brasilia. I obtained a Ph.D. (2018) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tokyo.
Currently, my research deliverables are mostly in the field of teleoperated and/or (semi-)automomous robots applied to medicine. Notably
- Pediatric: ICRA19, RAL20, T-MRB21, and JMRCAS22.
- Ophtamology: T-MRB22.
- Neurosurgery: T-RO19 and IJMRCAS20.
Those implementations are based on a rigourous constrained kinematic robot control framework suitable for all sorts of robots.
- (Adaptive) constrained kinematic control: T-RO19 and T-RO22.
- Software implementation and system integration: RAM21 and IJMRCAS20.
I also have a few works in image processing (mostly for robotics) (e.g. IJCARS20, ICRA20, IROS21).