… develops and clinically evaluates innovative technologies to better understand and relieve sensorimotor impairments.
Research at RELab focuses on the development and clinical application of technologies to investigate and reduce impairments in individuals with neuromuscular deficits.
The RELab contributes to undergraduate and graduate education in the Health Sciences and Technology and Mechanical Engineering curricula.
Towards targeted neurotherapy: improved precision grip force control with neural self-modulation: Blefari, Sulzer et al. Front Behav Neurosci 2015
The RELab project "Understanding joint impedance with a knee exoskeleton" was featured on Robohub.
The RELab was featured in Newsletter of the International Society for Virtual Rehabilitation.
On January 4, 2016, the Rehabilitation Engineering Lab will move to the Balgrist Campus.
Prof. Rosalind W. Picard (Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA) // Thursday, April 21, 2016, 18:15 – 19:15 // ETH Zurich Central Campus, Room HG E7, 8092 Zurich
The professorship in Rehabilitation Engineering is supported by the ETH Zurich Foundation in collaboration with Hocoma AG.