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Mar 25, 2017

A real-time Event Camera Simulator

Event cameras such as the Dynamic Vision Sensor (DVS) are recent sensors with large potential for high-speed and high dynamic range robotic applications. The goal of this project is to extend and improve an existing event camera simulator developed in our lab.

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Feb 10, 2017

M3 Rowing Simulator: Concurrent Feedback vs. Conventional Instruction Methods on the Initial Skill Improvement across Baseline Test

Investigate the initial skill improvement by means of concurrent and augmented feedback strategies when they are used to familiarize and instruct the subjects.

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Feb 10, 2017

M3 Rowing Simulator: Adaptive Haptic Feedbacks and Variable Task Conditions for Multiphase Learning of Motor Skills

Investigating the effect of variable task dynamics & kinematics and adaptive haptic feedback strategies on the skill learning on a complex rowing task.

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Feb 9, 2017

Line Descriptors for Place Recognition

The goal of this project is to implement the current state-of-the-art line descriptors and evaluate their performance on some of the publicly available datasets for place recognition.

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Jan 29, 2017

Analysis of leg muscle activity during undisturbed and disturbed walking

A device called the ETH Knee Perturbator has been developed at the RELab. It can induce knee joint perturbations during walking. Measurements of muscle activity while wearing the device and during perturbations offers useful insight in muscle recruitment when gait is disturbed.

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Jan 29, 2017

Event Camera Characterization

Event cameras such as the Dynamic and Active Pixel Vision Sensor (DAVIS) are recent sensors with large potential for high-speed and high dynamic range robotic applications.

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Jan 25, 2017

Multiple projects in mobile health systems available

Develop personalized and efficient methods, devices and systems that can be used by anyone at the point-of-care to increase our ability to diagnose, monitor and treat major global health issues.

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Jan 18, 2017

Software development for assessments of sensorimotor function in neurological patients

Software and graphical user interface will be developed for a robotic assessment of sensorimotor function in neurological patients.

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Jan 16, 2017

Bubble-powered soft acoustomagnetic microrobots

The newly designed microrobot consists of a cavity at the center of its body and superparamagnetic particles within the polymer matrix. The microcavity supports an air-bubble trap, which enables propulsion in an acoustic field, and the magnetic particles allow controlled motion in a magnetic fi ...

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Jan 16, 2017

The acoustic nanoswimmer

We develop a new class of nanoswimmer, which propels through aqueous solution by small-amplitude undulation of flexible tail in a predominant travelling acoustic waves.

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Jan 4, 2017

Internship Opportunity in the VariLeg exoskeleton project

VariLeg is an exoskeleton designed to enable paraplegics to walk over natural terrain and everyday obstacles. After training intensively for multiple months, the VariLeg team and one of their two paraplegic pilots successfully participated in the Cybathlon 2016.

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Jan 4, 2017

Somnomat: an Actuated Bed to Improve Sleep

A good night’s sleep is one of the most important factors influencing health and wellbeing. Within the SOMNOMAT project we are developing actuated beds that improve the sleep Quality of their us.

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Jan 3, 2017

Novel tool to assess and train tactile localization in neurological patients

Tactile localization can be affected after stroke. The ReHaptic Glove was developed for the assessment and therapy of tactile localization deficits on the hand. The objective of this project is to create normative models of healthy performance, which can be used to quantify deficts in patients. ...

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Dec 14, 2016

Magnetic manipulation via ROS

Microrobots controlled via an induced magnetic field is a promosing field in robotics. This project aims at integrating the control of this magnetic field, as wel as feedback from camera and user interface via the Robot Operating System (ROS).

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Dec 14, 2016

Building an adaptive UV imaging system for protein crystal detection.

Protein crystals fluoresce under UV light due to tryptophan and tyrosine present in their structure. In this project we aim to build an adaptive imaging system that can capture the fluorescence in protein crystals for detection in images.

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Dec 14, 2016

Automated protein crystal detection on visible images through classification

Automated detection of protein crystals is a difficult task even for human experts. In this project we aim to build a robust method for performing automated detection on visible images through classification.

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Dec 14, 2016

Reinforcement learning for particle manipulation with the RodBot

Manipulation of fragile particles at a micron scale is a challenging task. In this project we want to investigate the performance of a reinforcement learning based method in particle manipulation with a microrobot.

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Dec 6, 2016

Studies with multiplayer games using rehabilitation robots

We developed multiplayer games on the ARMin arm rehabilitation device. We hypothesize that multiplayer games boost motivation in patients and increase therapy outcome. We would like to test this with healthy and patients to see the effect of multiplayer games.

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Dec 6, 2016

Difficulty adaptation in robot-aided multiplayer games for neuro-rehabilitation

We have shown that viscous force fields, applied through the haptics of our 7-DOF robot, can adapt the difficulty of training. As an additional project, we would like to integrate a viscous force field approach on non-haptic devices (e.g. Microsoft Kinect).

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Nov 15, 2016

3D-printed Magnetic Microfluidics for single cell study

Single-cell analysis gives important insights into heterogeneity among cells and will be beneficial to cancer research, regenerative medicine and pharmaceutical development. The fabrication of microvalves, with sub-micrometric resolution, will open new possibilities of managing single cells.

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Nov 15, 2016

Micro stent for fetal urinary tract obstruction

In this project students will be working on fabricating micro stent for fetal urinary obstruction. The project will be carried out in tight collaboration with the Bellinzona Hospital.

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