Webinar: Università di Padova, Ulster University, Harvard Medical School, University college Dublin
When: Dec 2nd, 2021 – 3:00 pm CET (9:00 am ET)
Where: Zoom Meeting (please enroll to receive the link)
Abstract: Rehabilitative and assistive robots are a rapidly emerging field. However, their efficacy is still hampered by the lack of adaptive interaction with the end user, disregarding ongoing changes in brain and muscle reactivity.
The collaborative, international research projects SOFTAct and PRO-GAIT are setting the foundation to revolutionize wearable robots: artificial intelligence techniques will provide the framework to use cerebro-muscular biosignals to control robots. This will allow wearable robots to become a natural extension of the human body in the near future.