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ISR Visiting Scientists from Toshiba: Ko Miyauchi (L) and Tomoaki Kubo (R)
ISR Visiting Scientists from Toshiba: Ko Miyauchi (L) and Tomoaki Kubo (R)

Takehisa Seino of Toshiba Corporation’s Corporate Manufacturing Engineering Center and ISR’s Assistant Director for External Affairs Jeff Coriale co-authored a paper on “Successful Industry-University Collaborations in Manufacturing Technology.” In August, Coriale gave a presentation based on the paper at the Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology’s (PICMET) 2005 conference. The paper can be viewed here in PDF format.

ISR also welcomed two visiting scientists from Toshiba. Mr. Tomoaki Kubo is the chief research scientist for the Solution Project Group in Toshiba Corporation’s Corporate Manufacturing Engineering Center. He is engaged in research and development of inspection and quality control systems. During his stay, Mr. Kubo explored future research collaboration possibilities with Professors Steven Marcus (ECE/ISR and P.S. Krishnaprasad (ECE/ISR).

Mr. Ko Miyauchi is a researcher in the Mechatronics Development Center of Toshiba Corporation’s Corporate Manufacturing Engineering Center, where his research centers on industrial machine development. During his six-month ISR visit, Mr. Myauchi is investigating reliability engineering with Professor Mohammad Modarres in the Mechanical Engineering Department.

April 17, 2005


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