Hiroaki Wagatsuma

Hiroaki Wagatsuma is an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Life Science and Systems Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology. He is also a visiting scientist at RIKEN Center for Brain Science and a Cross-Appointment Fellow, Artificial Intelligence Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. His areas of specialization are Nonlinear Dynamics, Emergent Intelligence, Episodic Memory and Emotion, Societal Robot, Computational Neuroscience, Neuroinformatics, Sport Biomechanics, Rehabilitation Support. His current research areas are Bio-medical Signal Processing and Sparse Coding, Sport Dynamics and Synergy analysis, Computational Neuroscience and Brain-Inspired Robotics, Neuroinformatics. In addition to being actively involved in interdisciplinary research to develop assistive devices to physically challenged people, he has authored books on Neuromorphic and Brain-Based Robots, and a chapter of the Information Extraction from the Internet.


Cyber-Physical Systems for Social Applications
Maya Dimitrova, Hiroaki Wagatsuma. © 2019. 440 pages.
Present day sophisticated, adaptive, and autonomous (to a certain degree) robotic technology is a radically new stimulus for the cognitive system of the human learner from the...
Learner Attitudes Towards Humanoid Robot Tutoring Systems: Measuring of Cognitive and Social Motivation Influences
Maya Dimitrova, Hiroaki Wagatsuma, Gyanendra Nath Tripathi, Guangyi Ai. © 2019. 24 pages.
A novel framework for investigation of the learner attitude towards a humanoid robot tutoring system is proposed in the chapter. The theoretical approach attempts to understand...