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Chair of Neuromechanical Engineering

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Take a look at this innovative robotic hand exoskeleton that supports the weakened hand function controlled by a smart watch, a great contribution of Claudia Haarman @UTwente @HankampRehab

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Ali Ataei @radboudumc shows how deep learning algorithms can detect osteolytic and osteoblastic bone metastasis within the femur

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Also Rosanne presents our study about the use of an #exoskeleton in #spinalcordinjury. @maartenskliniek @movingresearch @radboudumc @ICMSconsortium

Another great research presented by Rosanne van Dijsseldonk @movingresearch @maartenskliniek @onwdempowered on the feasibility of exoskeleton training for home and community use and the actual use at home in people with complete spinal cord injury

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Chair of Neuromechanical Engineering

19/11/2021

The Chair of Neuromechanical Engineering was established in July 2021 at the University of Twente (Faculty of Engineering Technology, Department of Biomechanical Engineering) and is headed by Prof. Massimo Sartori. The new Chair will establish a unique roadmap for understanding how human movement emerges from the interplay between the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system, both in healthy and impaired individuals. “The overarching goal is to translate such knowledge towards the development of novel human-robot interfaces for restoring movement at levels not achieved before.”