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  • Brief Bio


    Chiba Institute of Technology

    未来ロボティクス学科 Dept. Advanced Robotics

    Apr 2020 - Present

    Laboratory : Yoneda Laboratory

    Engineering Intern

    Mar 2020 - Present


    Chuo University

    精密機械工学科 Dept. Precision Mechanics

    Apr 2019 – Jan 2020


    ROBOTIS Japan

    アシスタント Assistant

    April 2019 - Feb 2020


    Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology

    電気電子工学コース Dept. Electrical and Electronics

    Apr 2014 - Mar 2019

    Best Graduation Research Poster Award (2019)

    Academic Award (2019)

    Club : RoboCup Research Club (2014-2018), Robot Research Club (2014-2017)

    Laboratory : Motion Control Lab (Cao Lab)

  • Developments

    Yunit8 - HaptHexa

    Graduation Research at TMCIT Dept. Electrical Engineering

    HaptHexa is a hexapod robot consisted of 18 servo motors and six 3-axes force sensors equipped on each limb. The research aims to achieve a mobility robot that has high capability to walk on uneven terrain only with low-cost ground reaction force sensors.

    This project received a best presentation poster award among the TMCIT Dept. Electrical and Electronics, 2018.

    HaptHexa project is an open-source project, all technical resources are available on GitHub and GrabCAD.

    Yunit7 - Team TUPAC 2018

    RoboCup Rescue Rapidly Manufactured Robot Challenge

    Yunit7 is a 30cm-sized rescue robot that has four rotatable sub crawler and 6DoF manipulator, two fisheye cameras, thermal camera, and two-way audio function. I was a developer of the robot and president of the team. The team placed 1st in the RoboCup 2018 world tournament held in Montreal Canada.

    This development is under the open-source project, its technical resources are available on the team website.

    Yunit6 - Team TUPAC 2017

    RoboCup Rescue Rapidly Manufactured Robot Challenge

    Yunit6 designed for team TUPAC, a newly organized team participating in 2017 RoboCup Rescue RMRC competition. The team resulted in 3rd in RoboCup 2017 world tournament held in Nagoya Japan.


    Yunit5 - Team Mavericks 2017

    RoboCupJunior Soccer Open League

    Team Mavericks is a merged team launched with team M Robots in 2017. Through designing of Yunit5, I tested various new functions including dual kicking mechanism and omnidirectional camera. Our team resulted in 10th place and best presentation award in RCJ Japan Open 2017. The robot also awarded in "Aircord Award" in ものづくり文化展 ORIGINALMIND.inc, click here for more.

    Yunit3.2 & Yunit4 - Team Yunit 2016

    RoboCupJunior Soccer Open League

    After 2015 competition, some members left from my team and I decided to launch new team and continue to participate in the next year's competition.

    Yunit3.2(left) is remodeled robot that uses Yunit3 as a base model, and Yunit4(right) is a brand new design with four omniwheels, high power dribbler. Team Yunit placed 7th in Japan Open 2016 in Nagoya.

    Yunit3 - Team Gcraud Nano

    RoboCupJunior Soccer Lightweight League

    After we won in Japan Open 2015, our team started to design and build a new robot for RoboCupJunior world tournament. Then, I was in charge of team captain and hardware design of robots.

    Our team got 5th place in the world tournament. Please click here to see disassembling report of this robot.

    Yunit1 & 2 - Team Gcraud Nano

    RoboCupJunior Soccer Lightweight League

    These two robots were made as I joined RRC (RoboCup Research Club) as a member of team "Gcraud". We got 2nd place in Japan domestic tournaments with those two robots. At time, I was in charge of hardware design of both, and software of attacker robot (right in pic).

  • Other Activities

    Collaborator of QUIKS

    Simple and inexpensive human motion tracking system

    QUIKS is a kinetic sensors consisted of 10+ IMUs that measures each angles of human parts. These devices are attached to each part of human body, and each devices are connected by wire. Each motion sensor transfers its motion data to the computer via RS-485 network.

    This system realizes human motion tracking with low cost compare to existing motion tracking system that uses computer vision or so on. Also, this system has high scalability and extendability that allows user to add or subtract sensor.

    Team TUPAC Video Portfolio

    In 2018

    After we won the 2018 world tournament, I made this video portfolio to familiarize our team's activities. This video was adopted as promotion video, now you can see this video from link below, or visit TMCIT Official Twitter Account.

    IR-Gun Shooting Robot

    TMCIT EEC Festival 2017

    Realizing first-person-shooting game experience in real world using IR-Gun shooter robot, contributed as an electrical and mechanical designer.

    Workshop on Educational Robotics (WEROB)

    RoboCup 2017 in Nagoya Japan

  • Skills & Familiarity

    Mechanical Design

    Mechanical Design using 3D cad for 1k~ parts and cm-scale sized machine. Mechanical Drawing for individual part and assembly under JIS or ISO standards.

    Electrical Design

    Electrical design of power devices for less than 20A. Experience of designing electrical system under the vibration and movement environment such as mobile robot or robotic arm.

    Embedded Programming

    for Rapid Prototype

    Developing simple testing software for testing-phased sensors, actuators, and communication devices using C, C++ and Arduino, mbed, Kinetis microcontrollers.

    CNC Manufactureing

    Hands-on experiences of operating 3-Axes CNC and 3D CAM software(Autodesk Inventor CAM). Basic experience of designing turning and 5-axis machining parts.

    Video Editing

    Making video portfolio or description using AviUtl, Adobe Premiere, iMovie.


    • Japanese (Native)
    • English (TOEIC 830)
  • Publication

    Non-Peer Reviewed

    1. "Organizing a team between distant places and making Omni-view camera for passive ball rule" Yusuke TADA, Keitaro MASAOKA
      July 31st 2017, Workshop on Educational Robotics, Aichi Japan
    2. "RoboCupJuniorを通したチーム運営および全方位センサの共同開発"
      多田 有佑, 政岡 慧太朗, 永野 秀明
      計算工学 Vol.23 No.1 2018 一般社団法人 日本計算工学会
    3. 高い不整地走行性能を持つ小型軽量レスキューロボットの開発 "Development of a Small and Lightweight Rescue Robot with High Mobility on Rough Terrain" Yusuke TADA, Meifen CAO
      August 28th 2018, IEE-Japan Industry Applications Society Conference(日本電気学会産業応用部門大会)Young Engineer Poster Competition (PYC) at Yokohama National University Japan
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