Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere

第176回生存圏シンポジウム
IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Workshop Series (IMWS) on Innovative Wireless Power Transmission: Technologies, Systems, and Applications (IMWS-IWPT2011)
米国電気学会マイクロ波ワークショップシリーズ
—革新的無線電力伝送・技術・システム・アプリケーション

開催日時 2011/05/12(木) - 2011/05/13(金)
開催場所 京都大学宇治キャンパスおうばくプラザ きはだホール
主催者 IEEE MTTS Kansai Chapter, 京都大学生存圏研究所
申請代表者 篠原真毅 (京都大学生存圏研究所生存圏電波応用分野)
関連ミッション ミッション 2 (太陽エネルギー変換・利用)
関連分野 宇宙太陽発電、マイクロ波送電。

目的と具体的な内容

生存圏科学のうち、宇宙太陽発電と無線電力伝送のための国際学会である。本国際学会は米国 IEEE 主催の国際学会であり、MTT-S International Microwave Workshop Series として開催されるものである。本学会は世界的な注目を浴びるようになった無線電力伝送技術を、マイクロ波送電、共鳴送電、電磁誘導結合、エネルギーハーベスティングの 4 つの技術を中心として複合的に取り扱い、要素技術からアプリケーション、標準化まで幅広い階層での議論を行うために企画されたものである。本学会は世界で始めてとなる無線送電専門の国際学会であり、世界中で開催されてきた IMWS の日本発開催となる学会でもある。オーラルセッション 11 で 47 論文、ポスターセッション 1 で 21 論文、合計 68 論文、計採択率 87 % であった。Plenary speaker も日本、韓国、米国から 1 名ずつ招聘し、幅広い講演をいただいた。

http://www.ieee-jp.org/section/kansai/chapter/mtts/iwpt2011/

生存圏科学の発展や関連コミュニティの形成への貢献

世界初の無線送電の国際学会を、日本中心に行うことにより、生存圏科学の一つである無線送電と宇宙発電の研究拠点を日本・生存圏研究所であると世界に知らしめることができた。また、現在ばらばらに活動をしている無線送電の様々な技術を一箇所で議論することで、無線送電研究者の足並みをそろえ、標準化及び実用化に向けた今後の発展を期待できる。

宇宙太陽発電所及びマイクロ波無線電力伝送は生存圏研究所のミッション 2 の中核研究である。生存圏研究所が無線送電と宇宙発電の研究拠点として、世界的な学会である IEEE (会員数約 40 万人)に認められ、今回の開催に至ったのであり、この学会の成功は、生存圏科学を広く電気技術者と無線技術者に浸透させることができた。

プログラム

Plenary Session

KIHADA Hall 9:00–12:00
Thursday, 12 May, 2011

9:00–  9:20 Opening Remarks:
Naoki Shinohara, Kyoto University, Japan
 Chair: Yohei Ishikawa, Murata Corporation, Japan
9:20–10:10 Keynote Speech 1
Wireless Power Transmission Technologies for Solar Power Satellite
Susumu Sasaki, Koji Tanaka, and Advanced Mission Research Group, JAXA, Japan
10:20–11:10 Keynote Speech 2
Resonant Magnetic Field Technology for High Power and Enhanced Efficiency Wireless Power Transfer
Joungho Kim, KAIST, Korea
11:10–12:00 Keynote Speech 3
Cytogenetic Studies in Mammalian Somatic Cells Exposed to Electromagnetic Fields: A Meta-Analysis
Vijayalaxmi and Thomas J. Prihoda, University of Texas Health Science Center, USA

 

Session 1: Rectenna

KIHADA Hall 13:00–14:20
Thursday, 12 May, 2011

Chairs: Kenji Itoh, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
Shigeji Nogi, Okayama University, Japan
  1. (Invited) Innovative Antenna Systems for Efficient Microwave Power Collection
    Giorgio Franceschetti, Andrea Massa, and Paolo Rocca, University of Trento, Italy
  2. Efficiency and harmonics generation in microwave to DC conversion circuits of half-wave and full-wave rectifier types
    Shohei Imai, Shoichi Tamaru, Kazuhiro Fujimori, Minoru Sanagi, and Shigeji Nogi, Okayama University, Japan
  3. 5.8GHz High Sensitivity Rectenna Array
    1Kazuhiro Nishida, 1Yuhei Taniguchi, 1Kenji Kawakami, 1Yukihiro Homma, 1Hiroyuki Mizutani, 1Moriyasu Miyazaki, 1Hiroshi Ikematsu, and 2Naoki Shinohara, 1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
  4. An Improved Detector Topology for a Rectenna
    Steve Eden Fila Mbombolo and Chan Wang Park, Universite du Quebec a Rimouski, Canada

 

Session 2: Circuit and Device

KIHADA Hall 14:20–15:40
Thursday, 12 May, 2011

Chairs: Yasuo Ohno, Tokushima University, Japan
  1. Distributed Class-F/Inverse Class-F Circuit Considering up to Arbitrary Harmonics with Parasitics Compensation
    Ryo Ishikawa and Kazuhiko Honjo, The University of Electro?Communications, Japan
  2. Power Transmission through Insulating Plate Using Open-Ring Resonator Coupling and GaN Schottky Diode
    Kenji Harauchi1, Yuichi Iwasaki1, Mami Abe1, Jin-Ping Ao1, Naoki Shinohara2, Hiroshi Tonomura3 and Yasuo Ohno1, 1The University of Tokushima, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan, 3UD Trucks Corporation, Japan
  3. Control of Turn-on Voltage in GaN Schottky Barrier Diode Using Zr/Al/Mo/Au Metal Stack
    H. Tokuda1, F. Watanabe1, A. Syahiman1, M. Kuzuhara1, and T. Fujiwara2, 1University of Fukui, Japan, 2Sho Engineering Corp., Japan
  4. Internally-matched GaN HEMT High Efficiency Power Amplifier for SPS
    Yoshinori Tsuyama1 , Koji Yamanaka1, Koji Namura1 ,Shin Chaki1, and Naoki Shinohara2, 1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan

 

Session 3: Long Distance WPT Applications

KIHADA Hall 16:00–17:40
Thursday, 12 May, 2011

Chairs: Yoshiyuki Fujino, NICT, Japan
  1. Outline and Progress of the Japanese Microwave Energy Transmission Program for SSPS
    Yoshiharu Fuse1, Takashi Saito1, Shoichiro Mihara1, Koichi Ijichi1, Koji Namura2, Yukihiro Honma2, Takuro Sasaki2, Yuichiro Ozawa3, Eiichiro Fujiwara3, and Teruo Fujiwara3, 1Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Co., Japan, 3IHI Aerospace Co.,Ltd., Japan
  2. Wireless Power Transmission using Modulated Microwave
    Mai Ishiba, Jun Ishida, Kimiya Komurasaki, and Yoshihiro Arakawa, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  3. Novel Wireless Impulsive Power Transmission to Enhance the Conversion Efficiency for Low Input Power
    Chun-Chih Lo, Yu-Lin Yang, Chi-Lin Tsai, Chieh-Sen Lee, and Chin-Lung Yang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  4. New Phased Array and Rectenna Array Systems for Microwave Power Transmission Research
    Yukihiro Homma1, Takuro Sasaki1, Koji Namura1, Fuminori Sameshima1, Tsuyoshi Ishikawa1, Hiroki Sumino1, and Naoki Shinohara2, 1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
  5. Study on a Microwave Power Transmitting System for Mars Observation Airplane
    Akihito Nagahama1, Tomohiko Mitani1, Naoki Shinohara1, Naoki Tsuji2, Keita Fukuda2, Yoshitaka Kanari2, and Koichi Yonemoto2, 1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan

 

Session 4: Short Distance WPT Applications

KIHADA Hall 17:40–18:40
Thursday, 12 May, 2011

Chairs: Hai-Young Lee, Korea
Tomohiro Seki, NTT, Japan
  1. Wireless Power Transmission System by Tightly Coupled Microstrip Line Overlay Resonators
    Hiroyuki Arai and Naoki Yoneyama, Yokohama National University, Japan
  2. High Efficiency Midrange Wireless Power Transfer System
    Jaime Garnica1, Joaquin Cassanova2, and Jenshan Lin1, 1University of Florida, U.S.A., 2Conservation and Production Research Laboratory, USDA, U.S.A.
  3. Power Transfer for a Running Automobile
    Masahiro Hanazawa1 and Takashi Ohira2, 1Toyota Central R & D Labs., Inc., Japan, 2Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan

 

Session 5-1: Radio Management and Regulations

KIHADA Hall 8:50–9:50
Friday, 13 May, 2011

Chairs: Toshio Nojima, Hokkaido University, Japan
Junji Miyakoshi, Kyoto University, Japan
  1. Frequency Allocations of Solar Power Satellite and International Activities
    Kozo Hashimoto1, 2, 1The Paleological Association of Japan, Inc.,Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
  2. Issues and Initiatives for Practical Use of Wireless Power Transmission Technologies in Japan
    Hiroki Shoki, Toshiba Corporation
  3. Activities of Energy Harvesting Consortium in Japan
    Keiji Takeuchi, NTT Data Institute of Management Consulting, Inc., Japan

 

Session 5-2: Biological Effects and EMC Control

KIHADA Hall 9:50–11:10
Friday, 13 May, 2011

Chairs: Toshio Nojima, Hokkaido University, Japan
Junji Miyakoshi, Kyoto University, Japan
  1. (Invited) Possible EMC Regulations for Wireless Power Transmission Equipment
    Yukio Yamanaka and Akira Sugiura, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
  2. (Invited) Practical method to evaluate electromagnetic interference in active implantable medical devices
    Takeshi Toyoshima, Medtronic Japan Co., Ltd., Japan
  3. Microarray Analysis of Human-derived Glial Cells Exposed to 2.45 GHz Microwave
    Tomonori Sakurai1, Eijiro Narita1, Yukihisa Suzuki2, Masao Taki2, and Junji Miyakoshi1, 1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
  4. Active Implantable Medical Device EMI Assessments for Electromagnetic EmittersOperating at various RF Bands
    Takashi Hikage1, Yoshifumi Kawamura1, Toshio Nojima1, Ben Koike2, Hiroshi Fujimoto3, and Takeshi Toyoshima3, 1Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Japan Automatic Identification Systems Association, Japan, 3Medtronic Japan Co., Ltd., Japan

 

Session 6: Coupling

KIHADA Hall 11:30–13:10
Friday, 13 May, 2011

Chairs: Jenshan Lin, University of Florida, USA
Ikuo Awai, Ryukoku University, Japan
  1. (Invited) Classification and Characterization of Wireless Power Transfer Systems of Resonance Method Based on Equivalent Circuit Derived from Even and Odd Mode Reactance Functions
    Naoki Inagaki1 and Satoshi Hori2, 1Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Kojima Press Industry Co., Ltd., Japan
  2. Broadband and Strong Coupling Metamaterial-Based Cavity Resonator Using Artificial Magnetic Surfaces
    Chong-Yi Liou, Chi-Jung Kuo, Jen-Chun Yeh, Yu-Zhi Chueh and Shau-Gang Mao, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  3. Design and Experiment of Multi-stage Resonator-coupled WPT System
    Ikuo Awai, Takuya Komori and Toshio Ishizaki, Ryukoku University, Japan
  4. Efficiency of magnetic resonance WPT with two off-axis self-resonators
    Jin-Wook Kim, Hyeon-Chang Son, Do-Hyeon Kim, Kwan-Ho Kim, and Young-Jin Park, University of Science & Technology (UST), Korea, Korea Electotechnology Research Institute (KERI), Korea
  5. Wireless Power Transfer System with a Simple Receiver Coil
    Takashi Miyamoto, Shinji Komiyama, Hiroyuki Mita and Kenichi Fujimaki, Sony Corporation, Japan

 

Session 7: Improved Antenna Design Considerations for New Applications

KIHADA Hall 14:20 15:20
Friday, 13 May, 2011

Chairs: Koichi Ogawa, The University of Toyama, Japan
  1. (Invited)Electromagnetic Field Focusing for Short-Range Wireless Power Transmission
    Ada S. Y. Poon, Stanford University, USA
  2. A Feasibility Study of Wireless Power Transmission System by using Two Independent Coupled Electric Fields
    Koichi Tsunekawa, Chubu University, Japan
  3. Design of Receiving Antenna for Microwave Power Transmission to Capsular Endoscope
    Toshihiro Kumagai, Kazuyuki Saito, Masaharu Takahashi, and Koichi Ito, Chiba University, Japan

 

Session 8: Phased Array

KIHADA Hall 15:20–16:40
Friday, 13 May, 2011

Chairs: Andrea Massa, University of Trento, Italy
Masanobu Yajima, JAXA, Japan
  1. (Invited)Innovative Array Designs for Wireless Power Transmission
    Paolo Rocca, Giacomo Oliveri, and Andrea Massa, University of Trento, Italy
  2. Study on Optimization of Microwave Power Beam of Phased Array Antenna for SPS
    Takaki Ishikawa and Naoki Shinohara, Kyoto University, Japan
  3. Development of Phased Array for High Accurate Microwave Power Transmission
    Tomohiro Takahashi1, Tomohiro Mizuno1, Manabu Sawa1, Takuro Sasaki1, Toru Takahashi1, and Naoki Shinohara2, 1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
  4. An FPGA Implementation of Complex Valued Independent Component Analysis for Real-Time Interference Canceler
    Hidehisa Shiomi, Shunsuke Fujio and Yasuyuki Okamura, Osaka University, Japan

 

Session 9: Other Applications

KIHADA Hall 17:00–18:00
Friday, 13 May, 2011

Chairs: Kazuo Satoh, Toyota Central R & D Laboratory, Inc., Japan
  1. HEMS with Resonant-type Wireless Power Transmission
    Takashi Yoshikawa and Ikuo Awai, Ryukoku University, Japan
  2. Development of Highly Efficient Transducer for Wireless Power Transmission System by Ultrasonic
    Yusuke Shigeta, Yuki Hori, Kazuhiro Fujimori, Kenji Tsuruta, and Shigeji Nogi, Okayama University, Japan
  3. Efficiency Improvement of the Impulsive Wireless Power Transmission through Biomedical Tissues by Varying the Duty Cycle
    Yu-Lin Yang, Chin-Lung Yang, Chi-Lin Tsai, and Chieh-Sen Lee, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, R.O.C.

 

Session 10: Microwave Rockets as a Low-Cost Interface to Space

KIHADA Hall 18:00–19:00
Friday, 13 May, 2011

Chairs: Kimiya Komurasaki, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  1. An Experimental Study on High Power Millimeter Wave Beam Transmission for Microwave Beaming Propulsion
    Yasuhisa Oda1, Toshikazu Yamaguchi2, Kimiya Komurasaki2, Ken Kajiwara1, Koji Takahashi1, and Keishi Sakamoto1, 1Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
  2. Development of Microwave Rocket as a Space Mass Transportation System
    Reiji Komatsu1, Masafumi Fukunari1, Toshikazu Yamaguchi1, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Yoshihiro Arakawa1, Yasuhisa Oda2, Keishi Sakamoto2, Ikko Funaki3, Hiroshi Katsurayama4, 1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 4Yamaguchi University, Japan
  3. Interaction between Shock Wave and Plasma Region Ionized by Millimeter Wave Beam and Its Application to Pulse Detonation System as a Microwave Rocket
    Toshikazu Yamaguchi1, Reiji Komatsu1, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Yasuhisa Oda2, Ken Kajiwara2, Koji Takahashi2, and Keishi Sakamoto2, 1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan

 

Poster Session

Hybrid Space (2nd Floor) 12:40–14:20
Friday, 13 May, 2011

  1. System Consideration of Solar Power Satellite using Functional Models
    Koji Tanaka1, Tatsuhito Fujita1, Satoshi Yamaguchi2, Shintaro Hamada3, Kengo Miyashiro3, and Susumu Sasaki1, 1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Tokyo University of Science, Japan
  2. Analysis on Transmission Efficiency of Wireless Energy Transmission Resonator Based on Magnetic Resonance
    Jaewon Choi, Jun-Kyung Cho, and Chulhun Seo, Soongsil University,, Korea
  3. One-Dimensional Proximity Power Transmission Using Ribbon-Like Waveguide and Bar-Type High-Q Resonant Receiver Coupler
    Akihito Noda and Hiroyuki Shinoda, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  4. Acoustic Lens using Sonic Crystal for Energy-Transmission Applications
    Yusuke Kanno, Yuuki Kasai, Kenji Tsuruta, Kazuhiro Fujimori, Hideki Fukano, and Shigeji Nogi, Okayama University, Japan
  5. Measurement of resonator parameters for wireless power transmission system
    Tetsuya Ishida, Ikuo Awai, and Issei Sugiyama, Ryukoku University, Japan
  6. Effects of Exposure to A High-Frequency Electromagnetic Field at 2.45 GHz on Neurite Outgrowth in PC12VG Cells
    Eijiro Narita1, Tomonori Sakurai1 Yukihisa Suzuki2, Masao Taki2, and Junji Miyakoshi1, 1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
  7. A Numerical Study of Power Loss Factors in Resonant MagneticCoupling
    Satoshi Shimokawa, Hiroyasu Kawano, Kiyoto Matsui, Akiyoshi Uchida and Masakazu Taguchi, Fujitsu Laboratories Limited, Japan
  8. Arbitrarily-shaped-beam microstrip reflectarray based on phase-retrieval method
    Kobayashi, H. Deguchi, M. Tsuji, and S. Kurihara, Doshisha University, Japan
  9. Development of High Accuracy Phase Control Method for Space Solar Power System
    Takanori Narita1, Tomohisa Kimura1, Kenichi Anma1, Nobuhiko Fukuda1, and Naoki Shinohara2, 1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
  10. Development Status of Beam Steering Control Subsystem for Microwave Power Transmission Ground Experiment
    Takehiro Miyakawa1, Masanobu Yajima1, Yasuyuki Fukumuro1, Susumu Sasaki1, Takuro Sasaki2, Yukihiro Homma2, and Koji Namura2, 1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
  11. Array Calibration Techniques for DOA Estimation with Arbitrary Array Using Root-MUSIC Algorithm
    Yoshiki Takahashi, Hiroyuki Yamada and Yoshio Yamaguchi, Niigata University, Japan
  12. Equivalent Circuit of Induction Fed Magnetic Resonant WPT System
    Hiroshi Hirayama, Yuki Okuyama, Nobuyoshi Kikuma, and Kunio Sakakibara, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
  13. A Novel Concept for 2-Dimensional Free-Access Wireless Power Transfer System Using Asymmetric Coupling Resonators with Different Sizes
    Toshio Ishizaki, Daisuke Fukada and Ikuo Awai, Ryukoku University, Japan
  14. Optimal Designs for Wireless Resonant Energy Link with Symmetrical Coil Pair
    Hisayoshi Sugiyama, Osaka City University, Japan
  15. Development of Class-F Load Rectennas
    Ken Hatano1, Naoki Shinohara1, Tomoniko Mitani1, Kenjiro Nishikawa2, Tomohiro Seki2, and Ken Hiraga2, 1Kyoto University, Japan, 2NTT Corporation, Japan
  16. Fundamentals of the Bridge RF Rectifier with an impedance transformer
    Tsunehiro Saen1, Kenji Itoh1, Shin-ichi Betsudan1, Shigeru Makino1, Tetsuo Hirota1, Keisukei Noguchi1, and Mitsuhiro Shimozawa2, 1Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
  17. Metamaterial Microwave Transmission-Line on Si-Wafer Utilizing a Semiconductor Integration Technology for WPT Modules
    Daichi Hirahara, Hirofumi Noji, Masakazu Hori, Makoto Mita and Shigeo Kawasaki, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
  18. Phase Control System of SSPS —Automatic Correction of Phase Variations Generated at Power Amplifier—
    Yuichiro Ozawa1, Takahiro Hirano1, Eiichiro Fujiwara1, Teruo Fujiwara1, and Naoki Shinohara2, 1IHI AEROSPACE Co., Ltd., Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
  19. High Power and High Efficiency GaN-HEMT for Microwave Communication Applications
    Kazutaka Inoue1, Norihiko Ui2 and Seigo Sano1, 1Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd., Japan, 2Sumitomo Electric Device Innovations, Inc., Japan
  20. Developing GaN HEMTs for High Efficiency
    Kazutaka Takagi, Keiichi Matsushita, Kazutoshi Masuda, Shinichiro Nakanishi, Tomohide Soejima, Hiroyuki Sakurai, Ken Onodera, Jeoungchill Shim, Hisao Kawasaki, Yoshiharu Takada, Mayumi Hirose and Kunio Tsuda, Toshiba Corporation, Japan

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