ETH Summer School on Soft Robotics
Thank you very much for joining SSSR 2012 in Zurich! Recap
1st Swiss rtfMRI Neurofeedback Conference
A big thank you to all the speakers and over 150 participants! Recap
Kaspar Leuenberger presents his PhD project at the ETH Tag.
We welcome Frieder Wittman who joins us from the Technical University Munich.
Mike Rinderknecht receives the 1st prize in the IEEE Region 8 Student Paper Contest
2012 Swiss Brain League research prize awarded to Silvio Ionta and Lukas Heydrich for work in collaboration with RELab.
RELab present at the BrainFair Zurich 2012.
RELab hosts the 1st Swiss rtfMRI Neurofeedback Conference with over 150 participants.
We welcome Auralius Manurung, who joins us from the Gyeongsang National University, South Korea.
Marie-Christine Fluet receives the Best Poster Award at the 2011 International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR 2011)
RELab featured on ETH Life
The emerging field of neuroscience robotics promises novel insights into the neural mechanisms of human sensorimotor control and their reorganization with age or after focal brain injury, and can thus be beneficial to the diagnosis, assessment and retraining of motor function.
In our Lab we use a combined approach of robotics, psychophysics and cognitive neuroscience to develop and clinically evaluate 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.
For a list of ongoing research projects follow this link.
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