Welcome to Brain-Robot Rehabilitation Technology Lab. Our lab aims at using robots, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, and other technical methods to develop an accurate, real-time closed-loop, life task-oriented neural rehabilitation system.
Our lab is led by Prof. Mingming Zhang, who is a PI, Associate Researcher and doctoral supervisor of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, SUSTech. Now, there are 2 doctors, 6 doctoral students, 8 master students, and 2 research assistants in our lab.
At present, our team has carried out research in the fields of (1) physical human-robot interaction, (2) brain-computer interfaces for neural rehabilitation, and (3) wearable robotics for rehabilitation and enhancement.
Physical Human-Robot Interaction
Brain-Computer Interfaces for Neural Rehabilitation
Wearable Robotics for Rehabilitation and Enhancement
Prof. Bin Fang will Give an Online Lecture about Tactile Perception And Interactive Learning For Robotic Dexterity
清华大学计算机系助理教授，中国人工智能学会认知系统与信息处理专委会秘书长方斌，将于2022年9月16日下午14点30分-115点30分在腾讯会议（会议号：930 723 619），为我们带来线上报告，题目为：机器人灵巧操作的触觉感知与交互学习。 个人简介：
Research Progress in A New Compound-limbs Paradigm: Integrating upper-limb swing improves lower-limb stepping intention decoding from EEG was Reported by IEEE TNSRE
Our master student ,RuiMa, and postdoctoral fellow,Yifeng Chen, proposed a study about A New Compound-limbs Paradigm: Integrating upper-limb swing improves lower-limb stepping intention decoding from EEG inIEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering(jcr-2,IF: 4.9)
Research Progress in Close-Range Human Following Control on a Cane-Type Robot With Multi-Camera Fusion was Reported by IEEE RAL
Our masters student ,Haowen Liu and Fengxian Wu, proposed a study about Close-Range Human Following Control on a Cane-Type Robot With Multi-Camera Fusion in IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L) (IF = 4.321).