Research in the Biomedical Signal Processing Laboratory is motivated by the potential of prosthetics to restore function to individuals with sensorimotor deficit, by transforming thought into action and sensation into perception.
We aim to deliver key algorithms and technologies that will enable significant advances towards this vision. Specifically, our aims are:
2015-2018 Enabling technologies for sensory feedback in next-generation assistive devices (www.SenseBack.com)
2015-2016 Simultaneous control of multiple degrees of freedom in myoelectric hand prostheses (SimCon)