Welcome to "Intelligent Systems Laboratory" (NAGAI Lab) ! (Japanese page is here)
We belong to Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Intelligent Systems, Graduate School
of Informatics and Engineering, The University of Electro-Communications.
We are interested in various intelligent systems including humanoid robots
Our group is working on the development of intelligent systems that can recognize their surrounding environments, communicate with people naturally, learn (adapt) and think. We believe that these systems help and enrich our everyday life.More (go to about us)
Team Kara@ge++ （RoboCup@Home project）
In our group, a project team called "team Kara@ge++" is formed to participate in the RoboCup @Home league. The team develops a humanoid robot platform "DiGORO". The team is also involved in many activites like demonstrations of the robot at exhibitions.More (go to Kara@ge++/DiGORO's page in Japanese)
ChiCaRo (Child Care Robot Project)
ChiCaRo, developed by the Intelligent Systems Laboratory at the University of Electronic Communications in Tokyo, uses a video chat interface to allow a faraway relative or family friend to play with a child while parents are busy.More (ChiCaRo's page in Japanese)
We have organized the Organized Session (symbol emergence in robotics) in JSAI2015.
JSAI OS symbol emergence in robotics
Prof. Nagai comments on the article "Service robots for Olympics" in the Yomiuri Shimbun.
The Yomiuri Shimbun posted an article of our lab. The robot "ChiCaRo" has also been reported in the article.
The article of the Yomiuri Shimbun
Kara@ge++ won Mobile robot class 1st place, Intelligent Robotics class 2nd place, and Overall title in Intelligent Home Robotics Challenge 2014. iHR Challenge HP, Certificate 1, Certificate 2, Certificate 3
ChiCaRo has been featured in TV Tokyo WBS "Trend Tamago".
TV Tokyo WBS HP
ChiCaRo was featured in Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun.
Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun HP
DiGORO has been published as "concept and language learning robot" in the History of Robotics Research and Development of Japan edited by the RSJ.
History of Robotics Research and Development of Japan