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Medical Robotics: Design Considerations and Research Tools by Shuangyi Wang
Structure of the tutorial
- Research Progress (History, Examples, Current Stage, Challenges)
- Robot configurations (Classical serial arm, Non-classical serial arm, Parallel arm, Passive/active arm, Continuum robot, Soft robot, Hybrid system)
- Robot Design (Actuator, Mechanical transmission, Microcontroller, 3D printing, Example Tools: CAD software, Misumi Platform, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and etc.)
- Force Sensing (Principles, Examples, Applications)
- Control (Kinematics, Human-robot interactions, Force & position control, Active & Passive compliance, Example Tools: CoppeliaSim, ROS, Matlab toolbox)
- Pre-planning and Navigation (Segmentation, Registration, Pre-planning, Tracking, Calibration, Example Tools: ITK-SNAP, 3D Slicer, VTK, PLUS, and etc.)
- Safety (Industrial v.s. Medical, Human factor, Clinical constrain, Rules: European & China, Strategies, Example Tools: Hazard traceability & risk evaluation matrix, FMECA/P-FMECA)
Speaker: Dr. Shuangyi Wang received his PhD from King's College London (KCL) on developing the world's first robotic trans-esophageal ultrasound system. He continuously worked as a Post-doctoral researcher in KCL on developing advanced intelligent fetal diagnostic robots. In 2019, he was appointed as the Associate Professor at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Automation (CASIA) and supported by the CAS Talents grants. He has been working on the projects funded by the EPSRC, Wellcome Trust, HTC, NSFC across UK and China and took the leading role in developing several robotic systems used in different medical scenario. Meanwhile, he has been actively involved in scientific research and published research papers on medical robotics in top journals and conferences, e.g. IEEE RA Magazine, IEEE TBME, Micromachines, MICCAI, IROS, TAROS. His current research interests include medical robotics, robotic ultrasound, computer-assisted interventions, and robotic-assisted diagnosis.

Oct 17, 2020 08:00 AM in Zurich

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