Members

Prof. Hirohisa KOJIMA


Dr. Kojima is a professor at the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Tokyo Metropolitan University(TMU). He earned his B.E, M.E and Ph.D degrees from the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the University of Tokyo. His current research interests are dynamics and control of space robots, optimization, and chaos control. He is a Member of JSASS, a Member of JSME, a Member of SICE, a Senior Member of IEEE, a Senior Member of AIAA, and a Member of RSJ. He was an Associate Editor of Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, and an Associate Editor of The Open Aerospace Engineering Journal. He is an Editorial Board of International Journal of Space Science and Engineering.

hkojima AT tmu.ac.jp


Assistant Prof. Sajjad KESHTKAR


Dr. Keshtkar is an assistant professor at the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Tokyo Metropolitan University(TMU). He earned his B.E, and M.E degrees from Kharkov Aviation Institute, Ukraine, and Ph.D degree from Department of Automatic Control at Center for Research and Advanced Studies of IPN, Mexico. He was a Professor at School of Engineering and Science, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico from August 2018 to July 2021. His current research interests are Aerospace Mechanisms Design, Attitude Determination and Control, Tethered satellites, and Control Moment Gyroscopes.

s.keshtkar AT tmu.ac.jp


Graduate Students

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Padie

Graduate Students

M2

Kato

Ejection System of Tethered Net for Capturing Space Debris

Kosuge

Measurement system of tether-net system

Graduate Students

M1

Kawamoto

Inverse-kinematic steering control for DGSPCMG

Inoue

Line and Ellipse based lunar lander self-position detection

Suzuki

Dynamics and control of tethered satellite system equipped with tether-net system for space debris capture

Undergraduate Students

Nagashima

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Iwata

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Zenba

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Okuda

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