|Main Expertise||Role in project|
||System and software engineering and methodology.
Virtual Reality, Dynamic systems simulation, Robotics, haptics task planning and scheduling.
System engineering and methodology. System specification and Architecture Design. Virtual Reality Environment Subsystem Development, support to exoskeleton control stability and supervision.
||The Laboratory of Neurophysiology and Movement Biomechanics (LNMB) has strong expertise in the field of EEG/Evoked potentials and human movement analysis, neuronal network approach for identifying EMG to kinematics, neuronal network approach for identifying EEG to EMG relationship, DRNNs.||Research and development of EEG and EMG processing and DRNN components for the MINDWALKER BCI.|
||SLF has extensive experience in the analysis of locomotion EMG signals and has developed novel methods for characterizing the spatiotemporal organization of the motor output. Moreover, SLF develops and validates clinical evaluation protocols and scales for spinal cord lesions and cerebellar disorders.||Test and clinical validation of system on spinal cord injured patients, participation to the development and validation of BCI and EMG based control approach.|
||The main research area of the group is robotics, with the focus on biomedical applications, autonomous intelligent systems and robotic devices for human rehabilitation, including exoskeleton and orthosis control algorithms.||Develop control algorithms for handling the orthosis‟ actuation. Support to mechatronics design.|
||The main research area of the group is robotics, with the focus on biomechanics and human motion control, as well as design abilities to transform this knowledge into lightweight, energy efficient and easily controllable technical systems.||Design and implementation of the mechatronics exoskeleton. Support to control of the exoskeleton.
||The main research area of the company deals with EEG acquisition interfaces. The developed technology offers a broad range of applications in cognitive neuroscience, neurology and psychiatry.||Design and implementation of a novel dry-EEG concept cap for everyday life use.
||Design and production of prosthetic liners, sockets and locking systems.
||Exploitation leader of the project. Support for manufacturing of specific exoskeleton sub parts.|
European Commission Project Officer: Marion Le-Louarn, DG INFSO, ICT For Inclusion, Unit H3