Poster presentation on ICMMA2016

    Poster Guidelines

    Poster presentation

    1. The poster board will be 960 mm wide by 1800 mm tall.

    2. The recommended size of your poster is ISO A0 (841 mm × 1189 mm).

    3. Please be sure to identify the correct board number that will be announced.

    4. Please bring your poster with you and locate it before noon on Nov. 11th (the 3rd day).

    5. Please remove your poster after the poster presentations.

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    Poster Award of ICMMA2016

    At the poster presentation and Origami exhibition, 21 excellent posters and Origami works were presented.
    Out of posters and Origami works being reviewed by the organizers, the following posters were awarded.






    Best Poster Award
    "The simplest and smallest locally-flat-foldable but not-flat-foldable crease patterns in the square/diagonal grid"

    Yoshihisa Matsukawa (University of Tsukuba),
    Yohei Yamamoto (GIKEN, LTD.),
    Jun Mitani (University of Tsukuba)


    Poster Award
    "Local-Scale Noise Effects in Chaotic Models and Experimental Data"

    Nina Sviridova (Meiji University, MIMS)
    Kazuyuki Nakamura (Meiji University, MIMS)


    "A generation method of origami model for CG"

    Shinichi Tanaka (University of Tsukuba),
    Yuki Endo (University of Tsukuba),
    Yoshihiro Kanamori (University of Tsukuba),
    Jun Mitani (University of Tsukuba)


    Incentive Award for Poster Presentation
    "Fitting the Real World Tessellation by the Spherical Laugerre Voronoi Diagram Using Planar Photographic Images"

    Supanut Chaidee (Meiji University, MIMS),
    Kokichi Sugihara (Meiji University, MIMS)


    "Origami-Based Modeling and Analysis"

    Hikari Tachino Chiba University)


    "A Topological Study of Biological Motion"

    Tsuyoshi Yoshioka (Teikyo Heisei University),
    Tomoyuki Yamamoto (Waseda University)


    List of Posters

    Poster presentation : November 11 (Fri.), 2016 14:00- 17:00
       
    TitleAuthor(s)
    Japan Origami Academic Society Jun Maekawa
    (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
    Some observations of regular
    polygons in origami paper
    Haruo Hosoya (Ochanomizu Univ.)
    Mathematical model of flat origami's arts Kosuke Nosaka (Kyoto Univ. of Education)
    Global existence and
    asymptotic behavior
    in two-species chemotaxis systems
    Masaaki Mizukami (Tokyo Univ. of Science)
    Fitting the Real World Tessellation by
    the Spherical Laugerre Voronoi Diagram
    Using Planar Photographic Images
    Supanut Chaidee (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Kokichi Sugihara (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    The optimization of gripper design in
    Origami-performing robot
    Phuong Thao Thai (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Maria Savchenko (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Impact characteristic of compact
    origami helmet
    Yang Yang (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Chie Nara (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Design and Manufacture of Honeycomb
    Construction Based on Origami Technology
    Lijun Wang (Tokyo Univ.),
    Kazuya Saito (Tokyo Univ.),
    You Gotou (Shiroyama Industrial Co., Ltd),
    Yoji Okabe (Tokyo Univ.)
    Error estimates for nonlinear diffusion
    equations and the approximate problems
    Shunsuke Kurima (Tokyo Univ. of Science)
    Simulation of Triangle-based
    Axisymmetric Rigid Origami
    Yan Zhao (Univ. of Tsukuba),
    Yoshihiro Kanamori (Univ. of Tsukuba),
    Jun Mitani (Univ. of Tsukuba)
    Identification of factors as predictors of
    insider threat in e-learning model
    Koichi Niihara (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Kikuchi Hiroaki (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    The simplest and smallest locally-flat-
    foldable but not-flat-foldable crease
    patterns in the square/diagonal grid
    Yoshihisa Matsukawa ( Univ. of Tsukuba),
    Yohei Yamamoto (GIKEN, LTD),
    Jun Mitani (Univ. of Tsukuba)

    Nonlinear Mechanics of Non-rigid
    Origami: A Simplified Approach
    Ke Liu (Georgia Tech),
    Glaucio H. Paulino (Georgia Tech)
    Comparison of Neural Networks in
    Feedback-Error Learning Control for
    Paper Folding Robots

    Julian A. Romero (Interlocus. Inc, Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    L.A. Diago (Interlocus. Inc),
    Chie Nara (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Junichi Shinoda (Interlocus. Inc),
    Ichiro Hagiwara (Meiji Univ., MIMS)

    Continuous Flattening of Regular Dodecahedron
    and Regular Icosahedron

    Takashi Horiyama (Saitama Univ.),
    Jin-ichi Itoh (Kumamoto Univ.),
    Naoki Katoh (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.),
    Yuki Kobayashi (Tokyo Tech.),
    Chie Nara (Meiji Univ.)

    Competitor-mediated coexistence:
    One of the ecological mechanisms
    behind biodiversity
    Lorenzo Contento (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Masayasu Mimura (Meiji Univ., MIMS)

    Audio-CAPTCHA with Distinction
    between Random Phoneme Sequences
    and Words Spoken by Multi-speaker

    Michitomo Yamaguchi (Meji Univ., MIMS),
    Hiroaki Kikuchi (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    Asymmetric simple exclusion process
    with Langmuir kinetics
    with reflecting boundary
    Jun Sato (Univ. of Tokyo, RCAST),
    Katsuhiro Nishinari (Univ. of Tokyo, RCAST)
    Local-Scale Noise Effects in
    Chaotic Models and Experimental Data
    Nina Sviridova (Meiji Univ., MIMS),
    Kazuyuki Nakamura (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    A generation method of origami model for CG Shinichi Tanaka (Univ. of Tsukuba),
    Yuki Endo (Univ. of Tsukuba),
    Yoshihiro Kanamori (Univ. of Tsukuba),
    Jun Mitani (Univ. of Tsukuba)
    Accumulation of eigenvalues in
    a stability problem
    Ayuki Sekisaka (Meiji Univ., MIMS)
    A Topological Study of Biological MotionTsuyoshi Yoshioka (Teikyo Heisei Univ.),
    Tomoyuki Yamamoto (Waseda Univ.)

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