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Human Robotics Lab - 124
The Human Robotics Lab at the University of Delaware develops robotic devices for physical interaction with humans and pursues their application in motion augmentation, rehabilitation and as advanced tools to study movement neuromechanics. Room 124 is used for experiments on human robot interaction. Two exoskeletal robots are currently used: the ALEX-II, a treadmill based leg exoskeleton for gait training, and the MR-SoftWrist, an MR-compatible wrist robot for experiments on the control of wrist movements during functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
BioEng Movement Biomechanics Lab - 122
The BioEng Movement Biomechanics Lab researches neuromusculoskeletal modeling, analyzing how people are walking to understand what is happening after injuries and surgeries. The lab looks at muscle control strategies and how that can change due to injury or surgery.
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