10-12 September 2014 



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Bio-Mechatronics - Medical Devices & Technologies


Objectives: The symposium provides a cross-disciplinary platform for presenting the latest developments in biomechatronics and robot assistive technologies for medical and bio-applications. It relates to the design of systems, devices and products for use as assistive tools when interacting with humans and biosystems. Particular topics of interest include, but are not limited to:


• Biomechatronics Design, Biomedical Robotics, Robotics for Medical Surgery
• Rehabilitation Robotics, Robotics for Stroke Patients and Wearable Medical Devices, Assistive Technology for Injured, Elderly and Disabled
• Microelectronics, Health Monitoring Devices, Embedded Signal Processing, Low-power Design
• Bioelectromagnetism, Electrical Bioimpedance, Implantable Electronics
• Biorobotics, Biomaterials, Biosensors & MEMS, Biomechanical Devices
• New Materials, New Sensing and Actuation Technology for Biomechatronic Systems
• Medical Imaging and Visualization, Simulation and Navigation, Virtual Reality, Intuitive Command and Control Systems, Haptics and Sensor Technologies
• Biomechatronic System Modeling, Simulation of Bio-Systems, System Identification
• Biomechanics Study and Modeling
• Interaction between Devices and Humans, Adaptive Control Methods


Organizer’s Contact Information:

Prof. Shane Xie

Department of Mechanical Engineering

University of Auckland, New Zealand

The 10th IEEE/ASME International Conference on Mechatronic and Embedded Systems and Applications
Sponsor: IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society
Technical Co-Sponsors: ASME Division of Design Engineering
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