Daisuke Kobuchi (D1), Department of Electrical Engineering, received Best Interactive Presentation Award
On 17th November 2021, Daisuke Kobuchi (D1), Department of Electrical Engineering, received Best Interactive Presentation Award.
＜Name of award and short explanation about the award＞
IEICE Cross-Field Research Association of Super-Intelligent Networking (RISING2021)
"Best Interactive Presentation Award"
＜About awarded research＞
Daisuke Kobuchi, Kentaro Matsuura, Yoshiaki Narusue, and Hiroyuki Morikawa, "Automated Coil Design for Transmitter and Receiver for Low-leakage and High-efficiency Inductive Power Transfer based on the Optimum Mesh Current Distribution," Cross-Field Research Association of Super-Intelligent Networking (RISING2021), no.70, Nov. 2021.
Achieving high-efficiency inductive power transfer with suppressing magnetic field leakage is an important issue for practical use. This study proposes an automatic design method for transmitter and receiver coils which can achieve high transfer efficiency and cancel out the magnetic field leakage at the same time.
＜Your impression & future plan＞
I am very happy to receive this honorable award. I would like to continue my research so that this automatic design method can be used as one of the solutions to the leakage magnetic field, which may become a major problem when wireless power transmission becomes widespread in the future.