We welcome Prof. Theodore Milner from McGill University, who will carry out his sabbatical at RELab
Video abstract of article "Full body illusion is associated with widespread skin temperature reduction" using stroking robot.
TV interview with Roger Gasert on seeing white cane in “Gesundheit Heute” (from 11’55’’).
ETH Pattus featured on cover page of IEEE TNSRE September issue.
Dr. James Sulzer appointed as Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Silvio Ionta awarded a SNSF Ambizione Grant
RELab obtains Japanese-Swiss Research Cooperation Grant to develop a brain-triggered robotic hand orthosis.
We welcome Mike Rinderknecht who joined us for a PhD after a resarch stay at the CHARM lab at Stanford University.
SNSF Horizonte article on real-time fMRI neurofeedback: Achtsamkeit auf Ingenieursart (p. 28).
Workshop on Hand Rehabilitation at ICORR 2013.
4 papers accepted for ICORR 2013!
Welcome to the website of the Rehabilitation Engineering Lab (RELab), which is part of the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems (IRIS).
On January 1st, 2012, our lab joined the newly established Department of Health Sciences and Technology. We are excited to be a part of this new department, and also remain strongly committed to teaching, education and our collaborations within the Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering.
Our research focuses on the development and clinical evaluation of diagnostic, therapeutic and assistive tools
in order to promote recovery, independence and social integration of the physically disabled. We are
especially interested in hand function, and how haptic feedback can benefit motor learning, rehabilitation therapy,
and human-machine interaction.
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