The 8th IEEE RAS/EMBS International Conference on

Biomedical Robotics
& Biomechatronics

Program Overview

The program is also available in PaperPlaza.
 
Sunday November 29
Time (EST)Workshop – Track 1Workshop – Track 2Workshop – Track 3CME
08:30-09:00Logistics and Conference Announcements
09:00-11:00SuAT1
Robot-aided neuromechanics: using robotics to study sensorimotor function and impairment
SuAT2
Occupational exoskeletons: advances in design, standards, evaluation, and market adoption
SuAT3
Human-centered design and evaluation of wearable arm/hand exos – promoting use and acceptance
Keynotes I
11:00-12:00Lunch
12:00-14:00SuBT1
Robot-aided neuromechanics: using robotics to study sensorimotor function and impairment
SuBT2
Occupational exoskeletons: advances in design, standards, evaluation, and market adoption
SuBT3
Human-centered design and evaluation of wearable arm/hand exos – promoting use and acceptance
SuBT4
Rehabilitation of Head-Neck Motions Using a Robotic Neck Brace
14:00-14:10Break
14:10-16:10SuCT1
Robot-aided neuromechanics: using robotics to study sensorimotor function and impairment
SuCT2
Exoskeleton for workers: towards the adoption through evaluations in operational environment
SuCT3
Soft robots for simulating and treating cardiac disease; in vitro and in vivo applications.
SuCT4
Pediatric Rehab
16:10-16:20Break
16:20-18:20SuDT1
Advancing Assistive Robotics through Intelligent Physiological Sensing (Delsys)
SuDT2
Community-Based Rehabilitation Research using Wearable Devices
SuDT3
Soft robots for simulating and treating cardiac disease; in vitro and in vivo applications.
SuDT4
Stroke/SCI Rehab

 
Monday November 30
Time (EST)Track 1Track 2 Track 3
08:30-09:00Logistics and Conference Announcements
09:00-10:00Keynotes II
10:00-10:30MoAT1
Exoskeletons and Prosthesis - control
MoAT2
Technology assessment in human subjects/outcomes - biomechanics
MoAT3
Soft Robotics
10:30-11:00MoBT1
Exoskeletons and Prosthesis - control
MoBT2
Activity recognition and health monitoring
MoBT3
Novel Mechanisms and actuation, novel sensors
11:00-12:00Group A Posters - Rooms A1-A8
12:00-13:00Lunch Panel:
Funding Opportunities
Lunch Panel:
Graduate Students in Robotics
13:00-13:30MoCT1
Exoskeletons and Prosthesis - control
MoCT2
Technology assessment in human subjects/outcomes - biomechanics
MoCT3
Novel Mechanisms and actuation, soft robots
13:30-14:20GroupB Posters - Rooms B1-B8
14:20-14:30Coffee break
14:30-15:00MoDT1
Exoskeletons and prostheses - control - lower limb
MoDT2
Activity recognition and health monitoring/Tech assess in humans
MoDT3
Soft Robotics
15:00-15:30MoET1
Exoskeletons and prostheses - lower limb
MoET2
Technology assessment in human subjects/outcomes
MoET3
Algorithms and machine learning
15:30-16:20Group C Posters - Rooms C1-C7
16:20-16:30Coffee break
16:30-17:00MoFT1
Exoskeletons and prostheses - design - lower limb
MoFT2
Pathological Assessment Diagnosis
MoFT3
Haptics
17:00-18:00Keynotes III

 
Tuesday December 1st
Time (EST)Track 1Track 2 Track 3
08:30-9:00Logistics and Conference Announcements
09:00-10:00Keynotes IV
10:00-10:30TuAT1
Biomechanics and Rehabilitation
TuAT2
Biological signal processing and identification, biologically inspired systems- control
TuAT3
Human-centered design
10:30-11:00TuBT1
Prosthetics, Biomechanics and Rehabilitation
TuBT2
Biologically inspired systems - control
TuBT3
Human-robot interaction
11:00-12:00Group A Posters - Rooms A1-A8
12:00-13:00Lunch Panel:
Women in Robotics
13:00-13:30TuCT1
Biomechanics and Rehabilitation
TuCT2
Biologically inspired systems - design
TuCT3
Human-machine interface
13:30-14:20Group B Posters - Rooms B1-B8
14:20-14:30Coffee break
14:30-15:00TuDT1
Exoskeletons and prostheses - design - upper body
TuDT2
Design of Biologically inspired systems, surgical robotics
TuDT3
Haptics
15:00-15:30TuET1
Biomechanics and Rehabilitation
TuET2
Surgical robotics - design
TuET3
Haptics
15:30-16:20Group C Posters - Rooms C1-C7
16:20-16:30Coffee break
16:30-17:00TuFT1
Biomechanics and Rehabilitation
TuFT3
Wearables
17:00-18:00Awards, Closing Session & Leaders' Panel