Tentative Program

The numbers indicated in the following time table are Paper IDs.
Final Program in PDF format is available.
  Room A Room B Room C
17:00-18:00 Registration
18:00- Welcome Reception
8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-10:00 Welcome Address: Prof. Kenzo Nonami (Chiba University, Japan)
Keynote Address: Prof. Hannes Bleuler (EPFL, Switzerland)
  "20 Years ISMB : Then, Now, Future"
10:00-10:30 Break
  Magnetic Actuators I Sensors, Actuators, Controllers I Modelling and Identification I
10:30-10:50 10094 10033 10088
10:50-11:10 10098 10034 10031
11:10-11:30 10038 10052 10057
11:30-11:50 10062 10122 10059
11:50-12:10 10014 10022 10005
12:10-13:30 Lunch Break
  Self-Bearing (Bearingless) Motors I Touch Down Bearings I Magnetic SuspensionsI & Other Related New Fields
13:30-13:50 10045 10024 10107
13:50-14:10 10060 10035 10025
14:10-14:30 10002 10037 10120
14:30-14:50 10118 10055 10063
14:50-15:10 10053 10114 10097
15:10-15:40 Break
  Applications Contact-Free Bearings for Flywheels I Micro Bearings, Ultra High Speed Bearings &
Safety and Reliability Aspects
15:40-16:00 10070 10076 10075
16:00-16:20 10021 10084 10067
16:20-16:40 10001 10089 10106
16:40-17:00 10010 10008 10066
18:00- Traditional Japanese "Noh"
8:30-9:00 Registration
  Components & Control I Magnetic Suspensions II
& Low Loss Magnetic Bearings
Passive suspension
9:00-9:20 10054 10090 10039
9:20-9:40 10017 10083 10117
9:40-10:00 10036 10023 10073
10:00-10:20 10015 10018 10047
10:20-10:50 Break
  Self-Bearing (Bearingless) Motors II Industrialization I Touch Down Bearings II
& Control U
10:50-11:10 10030 10041 10068
11:10-11:30 10108 10058 10111
11:30-11:50 10016 10119 10006
11:50-12:10 10029 10011 10080
12:10-13:00 Lunch Break
13:00- Horyuji Temple Tour
18:00- Banquet
9:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-10:30 Keynote Address: Mr. Satoshi Ishimura, Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, JAPAN
  "The City of Nara: Urban Planning 1,300 Years Ago and Its Implication"
10:30-11:00 Break
  Control III Self-Bearing (Bearingless) Motors III Magnetic Suspensions III
11:00-11:20 10092 10019 10103
11:20-11:40 10082 10071 10048
11:40-12:00 10093 10009 10096
12:00-12:20 10046 10020 10072
12:20-13:20 Lunch Break
  Contact-Free Bearings for Flywheels II Industrialization II Sensors, Actuators, Controllers II &
Self-Sensing (Sensorless) Techniques I
13:20-13:40 10087 10078 10064
13:40-14:00 10027 10013 10051
14:00-14:20 10086 10049 10074
14:20-14:40   10012 10077
14:40-15:10 Break
  Magnetic Actuator II Modelling and Identification II Self-Sensing (Sensorless) Techniques II
15:10-15:30 10115 10065 10044
15:30-15:50 10081 10095 10069
15:50-16:10 10100 10104 10026
16:10-16:30 10003 10079  
17:00- Farewell Party

Keynote Address 1
9:00-10:00
(After welcame address)
Aug. 27, 2008 (WED)
Prof. Hannes Bleuler
EPFL, Switzerland)
Title:20 years ISMB : Then, Now, Future
Keynote Address 1
9:30-10:30
Aug. 29, 2008 (FRI)
Mr. Tomo Ishimura
Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties
Title: The City of Nara: Urban Planning 1,300 years ago and its implication
Abstract: The city of Nara was one of the earliest capitals in ancient Japan and positioned at the eastern terminal of the Silk Road, and it is inscribed on the list of World Heritage. Whereas some ancient temples such as Todaiji and Kofukuji remain in existence, the Royal Palace of Nara and most of the urban area at that time turned into field after its abandonment. Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties has carried out archaeological excavations for about fifty years as a national project, and obtained substantial knowledge about the capital 1,300 years ago. In this talk I present some studies on the ancient city of Nara and its implication for understanding the significance of founding this planned city in the international political situation in East Asia around the 8th century.

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