International Conference

    ICMMA 2016
    'Origami-Based
     Modeling and Analysis'

     

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    International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Applications 2016
    'Origami-Based Modeling and Analysis' : Information
    Organizer Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences (MIMS),
    Center for Mathematical Modeling and Applications(CMMA) Meiji University
    Date November 9th(Wed.)–12th(Sat.), 2016
     (poster presentations on November 11th)
    Place Nakano Campus, Meiji University
    Schedule Conference Timetable
    Program Structure The conference consists of oral presentations, Poster presentations and Origami exhibition. The oral presentations will be composed of invited talks. The Poster presentations and Origami exhibition will be composed of submitted papers and works.
    ※Registration is required. closed


      
    Registration Deadline
     For the Poster presentation and the Origami exhibition: October 31st (Monday), 2016.
     For attending the conference: November 2nd (Wed), 2016
    *Registration:
    closed
     
     
    Registration fee: free
    Please register in advance for the sake of convenience of our preparation.
    Banquet will be held on November 11th (Friday) :
         4,000 Japanese-yen for general attendants
         2,000 Japanese-yen for students
    Please pay the banquet fee by Japanese-yen at the registration desk in the conference site.
     
     
     
    Organizing Committee of ICMMA2016:

    Erik Demaine (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
    Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji University, Japan, Chair)
    Sachiko Ishida (Meiji University, Japan)
    Chie Nara (Meiji University, Japan)
    Kazuya Saitoh (University of Tokyo, Japan)
    Tomohiro Tachi (University of Tokyo, Japan)
    Zhong You (Oxford University, UK)

     

     

    Invited Speakers

      Yan Chen (Tianjin University, China)

      Erik Demaine (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)

      Hiroshi Furuya (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

      Tomoko Fuse (Independent, Japan)

      Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji University, Japan)

      Takashi Horiyama (Saitama University, Japan)

      Haruo Hosoya (Ochanomizu University, Japan)

      Sachiko Ishida (Meiji University, Japan)

      Jin-ichi Itoh (Kumamoto University, Japan)

      Naoko Kishimoto (Setsunan University, Japan)

      Hiroko Kitaoka (JSol Corporation, Japan)

      Anna Lubiw (University of Waterloo, Canada)

      Jun Maekawa (Origami Artist, Japan)

      Jun Mitani (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

      Yoshinobu Miyamoto (Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan)

      Koji Miyazaki (Kyoto University, Japan)

      Shuichi Moritsugu (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

      Chie Nara (Meiji University, Japan)

      Kazuya Saitoh (University of Tokyo, Japan)

      Kaori Kuribayashi Shigetomi (Hokkaido University, Japan)

      Arzu Sorguc (Middle East Technical University, Turkey)

      Tomohiro Tachi (University of Tokyo, Japan)

      Kosuke Terada (National Institute of Technology, Fukushima College, Japan)

      Ryuhei Uehara (JAIST, Japan)

      Naohiko Watanabe (National Institute of Technology, Gifu College, Japan)

      Yoshikazu Yamagishi (Ryukoku University, Japan)

      Zhong You (Oxford University, UK)

 

 

    Program

    Date : November 9 (Wed.) – 12 (Sat.), 2016
    Place: Nakano Campus, Meiji University
       
    Wednesday, November 9/
    9:45–9:55

    Opening

    Masayasu Mimura (Meiji University, Japan)
    Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji University, Japan)
    10:00–10:50
     Special talk
    Yan Chen (Tianjin University, China)

    "Superimposition of Rigid Origami Patterns"

     Chair: Ichiro Hagiwara

    11:00–11:30
    Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji University, Japan)

    "A Consideration on Industrialization of Origami Structure"

     Chair: Chie Nara

    11:30–12:00
    Kazuya Saitoh (University of Tokyo, Japan)

    "Crease Patterns and Mechanisms in Insect Wing Folding"

     Chair: Chie Nara

    12:00–12:30
    Kousuke Terada (National Institute of Technology, Fukushima College, Japan)

    "Characteristics of deformations on assembled structures by origami forming"

     Chair: Chie Nara

    12:30–12:50
    Group Photo
    14:00–14:50
     Special talk
    Zhong You (Oxford University, UK)

    "The Waterbomb Origami Tube"

     Chair: Kaori Kuribayashi Shigetomi

    15:10–15:40
    Chie Nara (Meiji University, Japan)

    "Continuous Flattening of Boxes with Thickness"

     Chair: Takashi Horiyama

    15:40–16:10
    Ryuhei Uehara (JAIST, Japan)

    "A survey on computational complexity of finding good folded state with few crease width"

     Chair: Takashi Horiyama

    16:20–16:50
    Sachiko Ishida (Meiji University, Japan)

    "Principle and experimental evaluation of origami-inspired vibration isolators"

     Chair: Takashi Horiyama


     
    Thursday, November 10/
    9:30–10:20
     Special talk
    Erik Demaine (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)

    "Folding Paper: Visual Art Meets Mathematics"

     Chair: Tomohiro Tachi

    10:40–11:10
    Hiroko Kitaoka (JSOL Corporation, Japan)

    "4D-origami model of the alveolar structure in the human lung"

     Chair: Kazuya Saitoh

    11:10–11:40
    Kaori Kuribayashi-Shigetomi (Hokkaido University, Japan)

    "Formation of 3D co-culture microstructures using MEMS and Origami folding techniques using MEMS and Origami folding techniques"

     Chair: Kazuya Saitoh

    11:40–12:10
    Luis Diago (Meiji University, Japan (Cuba))

    "Development of a Paper-based Rapid Prototyping System for Orthopaedic Surgical Planning"

     Chair: Kazuya Saitoh

    14:00–14:30
    Jun Maekawa (Origami Artist, Japan)

    "Cube Division – Old and New Artistic Exercise"

     Chair: Zhong You

    14:30–15:00
    Yoshinobu Miyamoto (Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan)

    "Tilt-up concrete dome skeleton construction by Rotational Erection System (RES)"

     Chair: Zhong You

    15:00–15:30
    Maria Savchenko (Meiji University, Japan (Russia))

    "An iterative simulation-based design of the origami-performing robot"

     Chair: Zhong You

    15:40–16:10
    Haruo Hosoya (Ochanomizu University, Japan)

    "Some observations of regular polygons in origami paper"

     Chair: Ryuhei Uehara

    16:10–16:40
    Koji Miyazaki (Kyoto University, Japan)

    "Paper Models of Projection of 4-dimensional Regular Polytopes"

     Chair: Ryuhei Uehara

    16:50–17:20
    Shuichi Moritsugu (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

    "Computing Area, Circumradius, and their Integrated Formulae for Cyclic Polygons"

     Chair: Ryuhei Uehara

    17:20–17:50
    Takashi Horiyama (Saitama University, Japan)

    "On the Enumeration and Counting of Developments of Polyhedra"

     Chair: Ryuhei Uehara


     
    Friday, November 11/
    9:30–10:10
     Special talk
    Tomoko Fuse (Independent, Japan)

    "Modeling by the infinite fold"

     Chair: Ryuhei Uehara

    10:20–10:50
    Hiroshi Furuya (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

    "Folding of Deployable Membrane Space Structures"

     Chair: Tomohiro Tachi

    10:50–11:20
    Jun Mitani (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

    "Enumeration of formal crease patterns in the square/diagonal grid and verification of their flat-foldability"

     Chair: Tomohiro Tachi

    11:30–12:00
    Naoko Kishimoto (Setsunan University, Japan)

    "Folding Patterns and Deployment Processes in Morphological Changes of Insects"

     Chair: Tomohiro Tachi

    12:00–12:30
    Arzu Sorguc (Middle East Technical University, Turkey)

    "Origami Based Responsive System Proposal for a Building Surface"

     Chair: Tomohiro Tachi

    14:00–17:00
    Poster Session
    18:00–20:00
    Banquet
     

      (4,000 Japanese-yen for general attendants/
       2,000 Japanese-yen for students)


     
    Saturday, November 12/
    9:30–10:20
     Special talk
    Anna Lubiw (University of Waterloo, Canada)

    "Optimizing Unfoldings of Convex Polyhedra"

     Chair: Chie Nara

    10:30–11:00
    Jin-ichi Itoh (Kumamoto University, Japan)

    "Applications of cut locus and Intuitive geometry --continuous flattening of polyhedra"

     Chair: Sachiko Ishida

    11:00–11:30
    Tomohiro Tachi (University of Tokyo, Japan)

    "Rigid Foldability and Self Foldability"

     Chair: Sachiko Ishida

    11:40–12:10
    Naohiko Watanabe (National Institute of Technology, Gifu College, Japan)

    "Quaternion expression of the condition for rigid origami"

     Chair: Sachiko Ishida

    12:10–12:40
    Yoshikazu Yamagishi (Ryukoku University, Japan)

    "Bifurcation diagram of disk packings on logarithmic spiral"

     Chair: Sachiko Ishida

    12:45–12:50
    Chie Nara (Meiji University, Japan)

    Closing

    Transportation to
    Meiji University, Nakano campus

    4-21-1 Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo, Japan 164-8525
    From Nakano Station to Meiji University

    nakano map

     
     The nearest JR station to Meiji University, Nakano campus is Nakano. It takes 8minutes on foot from JR Chuo/Sobu, and Subway Tozai Line, Nakano Station. Please go out from North Exit of Nakano Station.

     
    From Haneda Airport to Nakano Station
    • Haneda Airport (羽田空港) -- Monorail --> Hamamatsucho (浜松町)
    • Hamamatsucho (浜松町) -- JR line --> Kanda (神田)
    • Kanda (神田)-- JR line --> Nakano (中野)
    Line : Tokyo -Monorail : approx. 20min. 470 yen
    Haneda Airport International Terminal (Monorail) --> Hamamatsucho
    Line : JR Keihintohoku : approx. 10 min. 290 yen
    Hamamatsucho --> Kanda
    Line : JR Chuo Line : approx. 16 min. for Rapid Train
    Kanda --> Nakano

     
    From Narita Airport to Nakano Station
    • Narita Airport (成田空港) -- JR Narita-Express --> Shinjuku (新宿)
    • Shinjuku (新宿) -- JR line --> Nakano (中野)
    Line : JR Narita-Express : approx. 90 min. 3310 yen
    Narita Airport --> Shinjuku
    Line: JR Chuo Line: approx. 5 min. for Rapid, 10 min. for Local
    Shinjuku --> Nakano
     
    Route map

    Line map

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