Webinar – Medical systems / August 24
Wearable exoskeletons for people with a spinal cord injury – Noël Keijsers, Senior researcher at Sint Maartenskliniek (20′)
Measuring exoskeletons performance: how to combine multiple measuring systems – Matteo Lancini, Assistant Professor in Mechanical and Thermal Measurement at the University of Brescia (20′)
The process of clinical trials in the context of bringing a product to market – Jean-Louis Constanza, Chief Business and Clinical Officer at Wandercraft (20′)
Round Table (30’)
Dr. Noël Keijsers has been working at the Research Department of Sint Maartenskliniek Research since 2005 and leads the researchers of the RevaResearch team since 2017. Within the research his focus is on the biomechanics of walking of patients from the departments of Rehabilitation and Orthopaedics.
Matteo Lancini PhD is an Assistant Professor in Mechanical and Thermal Measurement (ING-IND/12) at the University of Brescia (Italy).
He is currently the Head of the Mechanical and Thermal Measurement Lab of his department (http://mmtlab.unibs.it/), and a member of the Vision for Mechatronics Lab (http://vis4mechs.unibs.it ) of the same university. He is also a member of the International Society of Biomechanics, of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports and a member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He is also part of the EUROBENCH Consortium, as well as a participant of the COST Action CA16116 – Wearable Robots for Augmentation, Assistance or Substitution of Human Motor Functions. His current research interests include measurement systems for biomechanical analysis, robotic gait and rehabilitation, as well as the development of opto-mechanical sensors and sensor fusion for biomechanical modelling: the aim of his research is to develop innovative measurement system for the biomechanics field. He authored more than 70 indexed papers, 25 articles in scientific journals (400 citations, h-index scopus:12)”
Jean-Louis Constanza, Chief Business and Clinical Officer at Wandercraft.