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Sampei Mitsuji

サンペイ ミツジ | Sampei Mitsuji
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (2): Control and systems engineering ,  Control and systems engineering
Research keywords  (2): System and control engineering in general ,  System and control theory
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Control of Non-Holonomic Systems
  • Nonlinear H∞ Control Theory and its Application
  • Nonlinear Control Theory and its Application
MISC (52):
  • Yoshihiro Sayanagi, Shigeki Nakaura, Mitsuji Sampei. Design of Free Parameters of State-Dependent Coefficient Form Based on the Relation between State-Dependent Riccati Inequality and Hamilton Jacobi Inequality. SICE Journal of Control, Measurement, and System Integration. 2009. 2. 3. 131-138
  • Y Sugahara, A Kazato, R Koganei, M Sampei, S Nakaura. Suppression of vertical bending and rigid-body-mode vibration in railway vehicle car body by primary and secondary suspension control: results of simulations and running tests using Shinkansen vehicle. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part F: Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit. 2009. 223. 6. 517-531
  • Yoshiki Sugahara, Tadao Takigami, Akihito Kazato, Reiko Koganei, Mitsuji Sampei. Vertical Vibration Suppression of Railway Vehicle by Damping Force Control of Primary Suspension Using an LQG Controller. Journal of System Design and Dynamics. 2008. 2. 1. 251-262
  • Tsuyoshi Sagami, Norikazu Ito, Shigeki Nakaura, Mitsuji Sampei. Discontinuous Control of the Chained System Using Time Scale Transformation -Control under Constrained Input and an Application to the SOA Analysis-. Transactions of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers. 2008. 44. 9. 743-750
  • Mitsuji Sampei. Academic Roadmap in the Fields of Systems, Management and Control. Journal of Transdisciplinary Federation of Science and Technology. 2008. 2. 2. 70-76
Books (1):
  • Nonlinear System Theory
    Society of Instrument and Control Engineers Japan 1993
Lectures and oral presentations  (137):
  • Linear Approximation via Series Expression based on Relative Degree Structure
  • Exact linearization by time scale transformation based on relative degree structure of single-input nonlinear systems
  • Control of Bipedal Running by the Angular-Momentum-Based Synchronization Structure
    (2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2010)
  • Throwing Motion Control of the Pedubot via Unstable Zero Dynamics
  • Linearization based on Relative Degree Structure
    (SICE Annual Conference 2010 2010)
Works (1):
  • A Research of Control Theory on Balance Control of Humanoid Robot
    2000 - 2002
Education (3):
  • - 1987 Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School, Division of Science and Engineering Department of Control Engineering
  • - 1983 Tokyo Institute of Technology Faculty of Engineering Department of Control Engineering
  • - 1983 Tokyo Institute of Technology School of Engineering
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Engineering (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Work history (4):
  • 2000/04 - Tokyo Institute of Technology Professor
  • 1993/05 - 2000/03 Tokyo Institute of Technology Associate Professor
  • 1991/04 - 1993/04 Chiba University Associate Professor
  • 1987/04 - 1991/03 Chiba University Research Associate
Awards (4):
  • 2009 - JSME Medal for Outstanding Paper
  • 2009 - JSME JSME Medal for Outstanding Paper
  • 2006 - 45th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control Best Interactive Paper Award
  • 1994 - IFAC 3rd Symposium on Advances in Control Education, Video Competition Award
Association Membership(s) (7):
IEEE (THe Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) ,  The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan ,  The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers ,  The Robotics Society of Japan ,  Control and Information Engineers ,  The Institute of Systems ,  The Society of Instrument and Control Engineer
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