Join us at the 5th ASU Rehabilitation Robotics Workshop on February 6–7, 2017 for three plenary talks, single-track sessions, poster sessions as well as an industry and clinical discussion panel, company demonstrations and laboratory tours on a variety of robotics topics.

The workshop provides a unique opportunity for faculty, students, industry and the general public to come together and learn about the latest advances in rehabilitation robotics.

5th ASU Rehabilitation Robotics Workshop
Monday, February 6, 2017 to Tuesday, February 7, 2017
8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Memorial Union (MU) Ventana Ballroom, Tempe campus [map]
Register to attend this free event — space is limited!

Everyone is welcome to attend the workshop. Based on the success of the previous four workshops, we expect the number of attendees to exceed 200.

You’re also invited to present a poster. Please email the title, authors list and a 200-word abstract to Panagiotis Artemiadis (panagiotis.artemiadis@asu.edu) by January 20, 2017.

The main theme of the workshop is rehabilitation robotics, however, the workshop covers a wider range of topics related to the multidisciplinary field of robotics, including human-robot interaction and human motor control.

The workshop will include an industry and clinical panel comprised of representatives from the robotics industry and clinicians who will discuss current needs and future directions of human-robot interactive and rehabilitation systems from both the clinical and industrial point of view.

Listen to speakers from top research institutions working in the areas of neuroscience (motor control), physical rehabilitation, rehabilitation robotics and robotics software, hardware and more.

Speakers confirmed so far include

  • Neville Hogan, MIT
  • Randolph Nudo, University of Kansas
  • Dario Farina, Imperial College London.

Visit the Rehabilitation Robotics website for an up-to-date speaker list, downloadable agenda and other information.

The workshop is supported by the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, the Fulton Schools, as well as industrial sponsors including ATI, Brainvision, Delsys, Bertec and others.

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