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31.08.2015

Michel Akselrod receives the NCCBI Young Researcher Award

Michel Akselrod receives the NCCBI Young Researcher Award for his presentation and poster entitled "Neural correlates of sensory-motor illusions induced by visuo-proprioceptive and visuo-motor signals ". Congratulations! Read more 

06.10.2012

Logitech Prize 2012 "Creative, Innovative and Pragmatic Master Thesis"

M. D. Rinderknecht receives the Logitech Prize 2012 "Creative, Innovative and Pragmatic Master Thesis": Combined Tendon Vibration and Virtual Reality for Hand Rehabilitation Based on Illusory Movements , Master Thesis, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), July 2012. Read more 

28.03.2012

1st Prize of the IEEE Region 8 Student Paper Contest 2012

M. D. Rinderknecht receives the 1st Prize of the IEEE Region 8 Student Paper Contest 2012 for the paper: Device for a Novel Hand and Wrist Rehabilitation Strategy for Stroke Patients Based on Illusory Movements Induced by Tendon Vibration , in Proc. 16th IEEE Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference (MELECON) , Yasmine Hammamet, Tunisia. Read more 

24.09.2011

Nomination for the Annual BCI Research Award 2011 at the 5th international BCI Conference in Graz

R. Zimmermann, L. Marchal-Crespo, O. Lambercy, M.-C. Fluet, J.-C. Metzger, J. Brand, J. Edelmann, K. Eng, R. Riener, M. Wolf, and R. Gassert have been nominated for the Annual BCI Research Award 2011 at the 5th international BCI Conference in Graz, for the Project What's your next move? Detecting movement intention for stroke rehabilitation . Read more 

01.07.2011

Best Poster Award at the 2011 International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics

M.-C. Fluet, O. Lambercy and R. Gassert receive the Best Poster Award at the 2011 International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR 2011) for the paper Upper limb assessment using a virtual peg insertion test . Read more 

 
 
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