Loy Rovers

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– One of the major shortcomings of state-of-the-art robotic systems for minimal invasive surgery, is the lack of haptic feedback for the surgeon. In order to provide haptic information, sensors and actuators have to be added to the master and slave device. A control system should process the data and make a coupling between slave and master. Despite the(More)
Profile: Educated in mechatronics (theory and application), finishing PhD in Industrial Design*, Postdoc in a multidisciplinary setting. Expertise in control engineering, haptic interaction, body/brain-computer interfaces. Interested in developing applications where either a real user or a practical application plays a central role. Description: Orion(More)
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