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SP, IPSJ-SLP, IPSJ-MUS 2021-06-19
Online Online Preliminary study on synthesizing relaxing voices -- from a perspective of recognized/evoked emotions and acoustic features --
Yuki Watanabe, Shuichi Sakamoto (Tohoku Univ.), Takayuki Hoshi, Yoshiki Nagatani, Manabu Nakano (Pixie Dust Technologies) SP2021-19
The goal of this study is to synthesize speech sound which induces relaxed emotion. As the preliminary study, we investi... [more] SP2021-19
US 2019-07-29
Hokkaido   Simulation study of ultrasonic wave convergence in human radius bone measured by 3D X-ray CT
Masaya Saeki, Leslie Bustamante (Doshisha Univ.), Yoshiki Nagatani (KCCT), Ko Chiba (Nagasaki Univ.), Isao Mano, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2019-35
 [more] US2019-35
US 2018-06-21
Kanagawa   Study on the wave convergence in bone for the effective fracture healing using ultrasound
Masaya Saeki, Leslie Bustamante, Mami Mastukawa (Doshisha Univ.), Yoshiki Nagatani (Kobe City college of thechnology) US2018-26
 [more] US2018-26
Osaka   [Poster Presentation] Control of ultrasound propagation in cortical bone using time reversal technique
Koki Takano, Masaya Saeki (Doshisha Univ.), Yoshiki Nagatani (Kobe City Coll. Tech.), Matsukawa Mami (Doshisha Univ.) US2017-86
Recently, the Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound (LIPUS) has been attracting attention for the healing of bone fractures. U... [more] US2017-86
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] Simulation study of axial ultrasonic wave transmission in the cortical bone
Koki Takano (Doshisha Univ.), Yoshiki Nagatani (Kobe City Coll. Tech.), Shunki Mori, Ryohei Ueda, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2016-81
For mass screening of bone, the Quantitative UltraSound (QUS) is more suitable than the X-ray method. In this study, to ... [more] US2016-81
US 2015-07-31
Osaka Nippon Paint Holdings Ultraosnic wave propagation in the bovine cortical bone with heteroneneity
Toshiho Hata, Yuma Nishimura, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.), Yoshiki Nagatani (Kobe City College of Tech) US2015-27
Ultrasonic diagnosis of bone is more suitable for mass screening than that of X-ray methods, because it is non-invasive,... [more] US2015-27
SP, IPSJ-MUS 2014-05-25
Tokyo   Signal processing of ultrasound for osteoporosis diagnosis -- Modeling, time domain analysis, and frequency domain analysis --
Yoshiki Nagatani (KCCT), Ryosuke O. Tachibana (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2014-40
Quantitative ultrasound is a useful tool for bone quality assessment because ultrasound reflects the elastic property of... [more] SP2014-40
US 2011-02-21
Ibaraki   Characteristic refraction of fast wave in the cancellous bone -- Imaging of propagating fast and slow waves --
Keisuke Yamashita, Katsunori Mizuno (Doshisha Univ.), Yoshiki Nagatani (Kobe City College Tech.), Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2010-118
 [more] US2010-118
US 2008-07-25
Tokyo Shibaura Inst. of Tech. Longitudinal wave propagation in cancellous bone -- Effects of soft tissue --
Takashi Saeki, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.), Yoshiki Nagatani (KCCT) US2008-23
 [more] US2008-23
US 2007-10-26
Tokyo Meiji Univ. (Akihabara) FDTD simulation for ultrasonic wave propagation in the bovine cancelous bone
Takashi Saeki, Katsunori Mizuno, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.), Yoshiki Nagatani (Nara Med.) US2007-59
Several studies have reported the two wave separation phenomenon of longitudinal wave in cancellous bone. This study sho... [more] US2007-59
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