22 years in biomedical signal processing and control focusing on HCI/BMI using EEG, EMG, ECG, EOG and ECoG

Duk Shin received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in engineering in 1996 and 1998 from Chosun University in Korea. He received Ph.D. degree in engineering in 2005 from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan. He is the professor of the Mechanical Engineering Course at Tokyo Polytechnic University. His research interests include wearable robot, human centered system, human-computer interface, brain-machine interface, and biological-signal engineering. He is a member of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (SICE), the Japan Neuroscience Society (JNS) and Japanese Neural Network Society (JNNS).

野球選手がボールを受け取る,音楽家がバイオリンを弾く時など,日常生活の様々な作業において,このような環境との相互作用は脳が腕の粘弾性を巧みに制御するから可能になります. ウェアラブルロボット研究室では脳波や筋電信号など様々な生体信号を処理し,ロボットを制御する手法を研究しています.最近の映画アイアンマンのように人間のパワーを上げるスーツや電動義手などを作りたいです.


2001–2005  Ph.D.,   Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

‘Arm Stiffness Estimation using Mathematical Model of Musculo-skeletal System’

1996–1998  M.S.,   Chosun University, Korea.

‘ Design of a Force-reflecting Haptic Interface using Ultrasonic Motors’

1992–1996 B.S., Chosun University, Korea.


2020–present Professor Mechanical Engineering Course Tokyo Polytechnic University.

2015–2020 Associate Professor Dept. of Electronics and Mechatronics Tokyo Polytechnic University.

2011–2015 Research Associate Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology.

2010–2011 Research Assistant Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology.

2007–2010 Visiting researcher, Toyota Central R & D Laboratory, Inc.

2006–2007 Assistant Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology.

2005–2006 Researcher, Tokyo Institute of Technology.

・機械コース: https://www.t-kougei.ac.jp/gakubu/engineering/mc/