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Zendai Kashino

I am a Project Assistant Professor at the Information Somatics Lab at the University of Tokyo.

For my Ph.D., I conducted research in the Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab and Autonomous Systems and Biomechatronics Lab in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto under the co-supervision of Prof. Beno Benhabib and Prof. Goldie Nejat. My Ph.D. thesis focused on search planning in wilderness search and rescue missions.

My research interests include but are not limited to: optimization, operations research, probabilistic reasoning, search and rescue robotics, path planning, multi-robot systems, sensor networks, computer vision, augmented/virtual reality, human augmentation, machine learning, human-robot/human-computer interaction/integration.