Tung D. Ta is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Information and Communication Engineering, The University of Tokyo and a researcher in ERATO Kawahara Universal Information Network project. His research interests are in the fields of digital fabrication, flexible electronic circuits, and soft-bodied robotics. He is currently interested in the computational generation of electronic patterns to be printed with conductive inkjet ink. He is trying to eliminate the difficulties for non-expert users in designing electronic circuits. Besides, he is also working on developing methods to integrate electronic circuits in 3D printed objects which help to fabricate electronically functional objects. Based on these techniques, he is aiming at making all-print soft-bodied robots. He received his M.E. in 2016 from the Department of Information and Communication Engineering, The University of Tokyo, and B.E. from the Department of Software Engineering, FPT University in 2012. He is a student member of IEICE, IPSJ, ACM, and IEEE.
T. D. Ta, F. Okuya, Y. Kawahara, “Traveling Salesman Problem Based Auto-router for Designing LEDs Applications with Conductive Inkjet Printing”, The SICE Journal of Control, Measurement, and System Integration, Special Issue on Principles and Applications of Smart Sensing, Jul. 2018
T. D. Ta, T. Umedachi, Y. Kawahara, “Design of Frictional 2D-Anisotropy Surface for Wriggle Locomotion of Printable Soft-bodied Robots”, Proc. of IEEE ICRA’18. To Appear, May 2018
H. Oh, T. D. Ta, R. Suzuki, M. D. Gross, Y. Kawahara, L. Yao, “PEP (3D Printed Electronic Papercrafts): An Integrated Approach for 3D Sculpting Paper-Based Electronic Devices”, Proc. of ACM CHI ’18, Paper No. 441. DOI: 10.1145/3173574.3174015, Apr. 2018
T. D. Ta, F. Okuya, Y. Kawahara, “LightTrace: Auto-router for Designing LED Based Applications with Conductive Inkjet Printing”, Proc. of ACM SCF ’17, Article No. 3. DOI: 10.1145/3083157.3083160, Jun. 2017.
T. D. Ta, M. Fukumoto, K. Narumi, S. Shino, Y. Kawahara, T. Asami, “Interconnection and Double Layer for Flexible Electronic Circuit with Instant Inkjet Circuits”, Proc. of ACM UbiComp 2015, pp. 181-190, Osaka, Japan, Sep. 2015.
T. D. Ta, K. Narumi, Y. Kawahara, “Assistant Tools and Techniques for Conductive Inkjet Printing Technology”, ACM UbiComp ’15, GadgetShow Plus Demo, Osaka, Japan, Sep. 2015.
T. D. Ta, F. Okuya, Y. Kawahara , “Traveling Salesman Problem Based Conductive Pattern Generation for Multiple Color LEDs Brightness Balance”, Proc. of IEICE Society Conference 2017, BS-7-24, Sep. 2017.
T. D. Ta, F. Okuya, Y. Kawahara , “Traveling Salesman Problem Based Conductive Inkjet Printed Pattern Generation for Brightness Balancing of Multiple LEDs “, Proc. of The 79th National Convention of IPSJ, 1E-03, Mar. 2017.
T. D. Ta, M. Mizoguchi, Y. Kawahara, T. Asami, “Error Reduction in Capacitive Based Water Level Sensor for Paddy Field”, Proc. of IEICE General Conference 2016, 514, 2016-03-01.
T. D. Ta, Y. Kawahara, and T. Asami, “Approach to Controlling of Smart Phone Based Virtual Reality Head-Mounted-Devices Through Touch Screen Indirectly”, 信学総大2015, BS-3-11, Mar. 2015.
T. D. Ta, Y. Kawahara, “Implementation of via hole and multi-layered circuit with Instant Inkjet Circuit”, Microsoft Research Asia Faculty Summit, Asia Faculty Summit, Beijing, China, Oct. 2014.
T. D. Ta, Wei Wei, Quan Duong Minh, Y. Kawahara, T. Asami, “Tweaking Printer Driver for Improved Conductivity in Instant Inkjet Circuits”, 情報処理学会 – 研究報告ユビキタスコンピューティングシステム, 2014-UBI-42, No.2, pp.1-4, May. 2014.
T. D. Ta, Wei Wei, Quan Duong Minh, Y. Kawahara, T. Asami, “Modified Printer Driver to Improve Conductivity of Ink-jet Printed Silver Ink Pattern by Over-Printing”, 信学総大, BS-1-46, Mar. 2014.
Please drop me an email to the following address
tung [at] akg.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp