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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
MICT, EMCJ
(Joint)
2022-03-04
16:05
Online Online A Study of Frequency Selection Criteria with Machine Learning for Heart Rate Estimation Using mm-wave Radar and Discrete Wavelet Transform
Shunsuke Sato, Yaokun Hu, Takeshi Toda (Nihon Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MICT2021-110
pp.49-52
SANE 2021-12-16
15:45
Chiba Chiba University
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A Fundamental Experiment for Detecting Avalanche Buried Person using Anthropomorphic Phantom with Millimeter-Wave Radar
Takeshi Toda, Shunsuke Sato, Yaokun Hu (Nihon Univ.) SANE2021-78
In this study, we prototyped a mm-wave bioequivalent phantom and detected the phantom, which was buried in a snow layer ... [more] SANE2021-78
pp.85-89
MI, MICT [detail] 2021-11-05
14:25
Online Online A Basic Study of Frequency-Selection Criterions at Adaptive Pre-Filter of Discrete Wavelet Transform Method for Heart Rate Estimation Using mm-Wave Radar
Shunsuke Sato, Yaokun Hu, Takeshi Toda (Nihon Univ.) MICT2021-38 MI2021-36
We so far have been investigating methods for discrete wavelet transform (DWT) for estimating heart rate frequency using... [more] MICT2021-38 MI2021-36
pp.49-54
MI, MICT [detail] 2021-11-05
14:45
Online Online A Study of Pre-Filter Design for Discrete Wavelet Transform in Heart Rate Estimation from Front and Back Side Using mm-Wave Radar
Ryosuke Koyanaka, Shunsuke Sato, Yaokun Hu, Takeshi Toda (Nihon Univ.) MICT2021-39 MI2021-37
We have been considering applying discrete wavelet transform (DWT) to heart-rate estimation using 77 GHz band FMCW radar... [more] MICT2021-39 MI2021-37
pp.55-59
WBS, RCC, SAT, MICT
(Joint) [detail]
2021-05-20
14:25
Online Online (Zoom) A Study of Decreasing Respiratory Frequency Effect Using High Pass Filter in a Pre-Processing of Discrete Wavelet transform on Heart-rate Estimation with mm-Wave FMCW Radar
Ryosuke Koyanaka, Shunsuke Sato, Yaokun Hu, Takeshi Toda (Nihon Univ.) WBS2021-9 RCC2021-9 MICT2021-6
In recent years, studies on noncontact detection of vital signs such as heartbeat and respiration using radar have progr... [more] WBS2021-9 RCC2021-9 MICT2021-6
pp.44-49(WBS), pp.44-49(RCC), pp.28-33(MICT)
EMCJ, MICT
(Joint)
2021-03-05
14:25
Online Online Heart-rate-estimation with Discrete Wavelet Transform using mm-Wave Radar -- A Study of Adaptive Filtering to Suppress Harmonics --
Shunsuke Sato, Ryosuke Koyanaka, Yaokun Hu, Takeshi Toda (Nihon Univ.) MICT2020-36
In this study, we used the millimeter-wave FMCW radar to acquire biological signals. After that, heartbeat signals were... [more] MICT2020-36
pp.15-20
EMCJ, MICT
(Joint)
2021-03-05
14:45
Online Online Contactless Vital Signs Monitoring of Indoor Moving Human Using the Adaptive Range-bin Selection Joint ICEEMDAN Method for mm-Wave FMCW Radar
Yaokun Hu, Shunsuke Sato, Hayato Shinohara, Takeshi Toda (Nihon Univ.) MICT2020-37
Due to radar technology development, the research on radar-based non-contact vital signs monitoring has become more matu... [more] MICT2020-37
pp.21-26
MICT, MI 2020-11-04
09:30
Online Online A Study of Multi-directional Heart-rate-estimation based on Improved Complete Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition with Adaptive Noise using mm-Wave FMCW Radar
Yaokun Hu, Shunsuke Sato, Takeshi Toda (Nihon Univ.) MICT2020-7 MI2020-33
Vital signs measurement with phase analysis for mm-wave FMCW radar contains various kinds of noise. Furthermore, frequen... [more] MICT2020-7 MI2020-33
pp.1-6
MICT, MI 2020-11-04
09:50
Online Online A Study of Multi-directional Heart-rate-estimation with Discrete Wavelet Transform and Band Pass Filter with mm-Wave FMCW Radar
Shunsuke Sato, Yaokun Hu, Takeshi Toda (Nihon Univ.) MICT2020-8 MI2020-34
When detecting a subject’s biological signals with mm-wave FMCW radar, some interference can be removed by the distance ... [more] MICT2020-8 MI2020-34
pp.7-12
EMD 2019-01-18
14:40
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. kV-kA class Hybrid DC Circuit Breaker using SiC-MOSFET
Shoya Kubo, Shunsuke Sato, Shungo Zen, Koichi Yasuoka (Tokyo Tech) EMD2018-50
A hybrid circuit breaker consisted of power semiconductor devices and varistor connected in parallel with an electrical ... [more] EMD2018-50
pp.11-16
IT, ISEC, WBS 2016-03-10
10:40
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications Performance Evaluation on Service Area Constitution for Position Detection Method using Two Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Hiroyasu Ishikawa, Shin Herai, Shunsuke Sato (Nihon Univ.) IT2015-105 ISEC2015-64 WBS2015-88
The Unmanned aircraft system (UAS) has been researched and developed as a temporal communication system for the emergenc... [more] IT2015-105 ISEC2015-64 WBS2015-88
pp.25-30
US 2015-10-09
13:30
Ishikawa Kanazawa Institute of Technology Visualization using FDTD method of pulse-like sound wave propagation in cell culture medium
Koji Aizawa, Shunsuke Sato, Mieko Kogi (KIT) US2015-59
The laser-induced emergent stress wave (LIESW) is generated when the pulse laser is irradiated to the structure to accum... [more] US2015-59
pp.7-12
US 2014-11-13
13:00
Ishikawa Kanazawa Institute of Technology Propagation process of laser-induced emergent stress wave used for gene transfer -- The visualization using FDTD method --
Shunsuke Sato, Takayasu Yanagisawa, Mieko Kogi, Koji Aizawa (Kanazawa Inst. of Tech.) US2014-58
The laser-induced emergent stress wave (LIESW) is generated when the pulse laser is irradiated to the structure to accum... [more] US2014-58
pp.1-5
US 2014-02-21
13:20
Tokyo Chofu Aerospace Center, Aerodrome Branch, JAXA Experimental study on propagation of laser-induced emergent stress wave -- Dynamic observation around the laser target --
Shunsuke Sato, Ryota Okamoto, Koji Aizawa, Yoshiaki Tokunaga (Kanazawa Inst. of Tech.) US2013-102
The laser-induced emergent stress wave (LIESW) is used for gene transfection into cell, which propagates in short distan... [more] US2013-102
pp.47-50
PRMU, SP 2012-02-10
14:50
Miyagi   Event detection from Video using GMM-Supervectors and SVMs
Yusuke Kamishima, Nakamasa Inoue, Koichi Shinoda (Tokyo Tech), Shunsuke Sato (Canon) PRMU2011-230 SP2011-145
In multimedia event detection, complex target events are detected from a large set of consumer domain videos taken in un... [more] PRMU2011-230 SP2011-145
pp.195-200
ED, SDM 2008-01-31
09:25
Hokkaido   Approaches to the high temperature operation of the carbon nanotube single electron transistor
Takahiro Mori (RIKEN), Shunsuke Sato, Kazuo Omura, Katsumi Uchida, Hirofumi Yajima (TUS), Koji Ishibashi (RIKEN) ED2007-245 SDM2007-256
Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) are promising candidates for the building block of the single electron transistor... [more] ED2007-245 SDM2007-256
pp.43-46
CQ, LOIS, IE, IEE-CMN, ITE-ME 2007-09-27
10:45
Tokushima The university of Tokushima A Method of Observing Behavior of People by Using Multipule Internet Cameras
Koki Nakagawa, Kenji Terada, Shunsuke Sato (Univ. of Tokushima) CQ2007-40 OIS2007-30 IE2007-37
It is very difficult to detect a position of a person, a direction, height by using monocular camera. Therefore it is ne... [more] CQ2007-40 OIS2007-30 IE2007-37
pp.19-23
MBE 2006-03-15
10:10
Tokyo   Fast solving method of the large linear system in the bidomain model
Tohru Suzuki (Okayama Univ.), Shunsuke Sato (Aino Univ.), Tohru Ohe (Okayama Univ.), Ryoji Suzuki (Kanazawa Inst. Tech.), Fumihiko Kajiya (Okayama Univ.)
To solve the large linear system of a 3-dimensional bidomain model (BM) as fast as possible, we evaluated the multi-grid... [more] MBE2005-129
pp.5-8
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