Office: Academic Office One, Room 2519 - Anschutz Medical Campus
Neural Engineering, Biomechatronics, and Rehabilitation
My research covers all aspects of the mechatronic design and control of artificial hand/arm replacements ranging from mechatronic design and development, novel actuator technologies, development of neural control human-machine interfaces and clinical deployment of these systems. Current projects include a number of artificial hand design projects. For control of these devices we are developing a multichannel/multifunction prosthetic hand/arm controller systems based on implantable myoelectric sensors (IMES).
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