Research Projects

Health in Hand - contact: Sara Eriksen

ECHORD. - contact: Johan Hagelbäck

Centra för telemedicin - contact: Bo Helgeson

Effektivare bilddiagnostik - contact: Bo Helgeson

Diagnos på distans - contact: Jenny Lundberg

Smarta hem - contact: Jenny Lundberg

WALKFaR - contact: Hans Tap

IMIS - Integrated Mobile Information System (IMIS) for Diabetic Homecare is a project financed by VINNOVA. IMIS is to integrate both healthcare providers (such as hospital care, primary care, home care, and school care) and healthcare receivers (especially chronic, diabetic, and elderly care) into a web based and mobile platform in order to increase healthcare interoperability, integrity, mobility for both sides.

Digital Fabrication, Biomimetics, Robotics and Human-Robot Interaction - Digital Fabrication is concerned with the development of technologies for modelling products, systems and artifacts in interactive 3D visualisation and simulation environments, and then using digital fabrication technologies to directly produce the modelled items in a physical form. Examples range from current additive rapid prototyping/manufacturing systems, to new and emerging digital biosynthesis technologies. Biomimetics is concerned with biologically inspired technology artifacts (including robots). Robotics and Human-Robot Interaction is concerned with the design and evaluation of robotic systems and methods for designing, implementing and evaluating the interaction between robots and human beings. This project explores and demonstrates convergences and synergies among these themes.

BTH CubeSat - is a project to develop a nanosatellite at BTH.

PsyIntEC (Psychophysiological Interaction and Empathic Cognition for Human-Robot Cooperative Work) is a feasibility demonstration project targeting advances that address safe ergonomic and empathetic adaptation by a robotic system to the needs and characteristics of a human co-worker during collaborative work in a joint human-robot work cell. Inputs to the robot control system will include psychophysiological (or biometric) data from the human co-worker, and this biometric data will provide the basis for affective and cognitive modelling of the human by the robot as a basis for behavioural adaptation.

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