The HuRo lab focuses on both basic research on human-interacting robotics and translational research in rehabilitation engineering. The research approach is interdisciplinary, and typically combines methods coming from the fields of robotics, machine design, biomechanics, neuroscience and rehabilitation. Below is a list of current projects. For completed projects, please check under Publications.

Advanced methods for studying motor control using fMRI


Training propulsion during walking

Multi muscle – magnetic resonance elastography (MM-MRE)

Studying adaption and co-contraction using fMRI

Neural correlates of long-latency responses

Design of assistive devices

Subject-adaptive training of propulsion mechanics

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