Daigoro Isobe, American engineering educator, consultant. Grantee, Hitachi Limited company, 1995—2000, Maeda Memorable Engineering Foundation, 1998, Bando Chemical Industries, Ltd., 2000. Member of International Association Computational Mechanics, Robotics Society Japan, Architectural Institute Japan, Japan Society Computational Engineering and Science, Japan Society Mechanical Engineers.
- Research associate University Tokyo, 1994—1995. Assistant professor University Tsukuba, 1995—2002, associate professor, since 2002. Consultant Nabe International Company, Tsukuba-shi, Japan, 2000—2001, Sanyou Manufacturing Company, Hitachi-Ohta-shi, 2002—2004.
Achievements include patents for control scheme for manipulators using finite element method. Development of nonlinear finite element scheme for collapse problems of framed structures. Development of motion planning scheme for robotic architecture with structural safety as priority.
Development of pseudo-collapse experimental system using magnetic devices. Research in impact prediction scheme for robotic architecture.
1994 - 1995