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Current Research Projects

Robotics

MobIPaR

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing Sami Haddadin

Duration:

3 years

Funded by:

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

Brief description:

The aim of the project is to refine an existing verticalizable nursing- and rehabilitation bed, that is linked with a robotic-supported gait-therapy, in such a way that it becomes auto-adaptive. This way, even non-trained personnel may operate the device in an intuitive way.

 

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ILIAD: Intra-Logistics with Integrated Automatic Deployment

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sami Haddadin

Duration:

4 years

Funded by:

EU, H2020

Brief description:

Today, intralogistic services have to respond quickly to changing market needs, unforeseeable trends and shorter product life cycles. These drivers pose new demands on intralogistic systems to be highly flexible, rock-solid reliable, self-optimising, quickly deployable and safe yet efficient in environments shared with humans. ILIAD will enable the transition to automation of intralogistic services with key stakeholders from the food distribution sector, where these challenges are particularly pressing. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732737

 

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Robot Factory

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Duration:

2016-2020

Funded by:

Region Hannover

Brief description:

The "Robot Factory" ("Roboterfabrik") is project funded by the Region Hannover, which is aiming for a leading role of Hannover in the education in robotics and in the schooling of the new generation of "Robotic Natives" within the areas of engineering and computer sciences. Therefore, the "Robot Factory" is the first and central element for Hannover towards a leading robotic site.

 

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SoftPro: Synergy-based Open-source Foundations and Technologies for Prosthetics and RehabilitatiOn

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sami Haddadin

Duration:

4 years

Funded by:

EU, H2020

Brief description:

SoftPro project will study and design soft synergy-based robotics technologies to develop new prostheses, exoskeletons, and assistive devices for upper limb rehabilitation, which will greatly enhance the efficacy and accessibility to a greater number of users. Building on solid methodological bases, SoftPro will produce a significant social impact, promoting advanced robot prosthetic and assistive technology “from bench to bedside”; but it will also introduce disruptively new, admittedly risky but potentially high-impact ideas and paradigms. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 688857

 

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Automatic Control

MobIPaR

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing Sami Haddadin

Duration:

3 years

Funded by:

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

Brief description:

The aim of the project is to refine an existing verticalizable nursing- and rehabilitation bed, that is linked with a robotic-supported gait-therapy, in such a way that it becomes auto-adaptive. This way, even non-trained personnel may operate the device in an intuitive way.

 

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Human Motor Control

SoftPro: Synergy-based Open-source Foundations and Technologies for Prosthetics and RehabilitatiOn

Bild zum Projekt SoftPro: Synergy-based Open-source Foundations and Technologies for Prosthetics and RehabilitatiOn

Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sami Haddadin

Duration:

4 years

Funded by:

EU, H2020

Brief description:

SoftPro project will study and design soft synergy-based robotics technologies to develop new prostheses, exoskeletons, and assistive devices for upper limb rehabilitation, which will greatly enhance the efficacy and accessibility to a greater number of users. Building on solid methodological bases, SoftPro will produce a significant social impact, promoting advanced robot prosthetic and assistive technology “from bench to bedside”; but it will also introduce disruptively new, admittedly risky but potentially high-impact ideas and paradigms. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 688857

 

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Machine Learning

MobIPaR

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Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing Sami Haddadin

Duration:

3 years

Funded by:

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

Brief description:

The aim of the project is to refine an existing verticalizable nursing- and rehabilitation bed, that is linked with a robotic-supported gait-therapy, in such a way that it becomes auto-adaptive. This way, even non-trained personnel may operate the device in an intuitive way.

 

| details |

 

SoftPro: Synergy-based Open-source Foundations and Technologies for Prosthetics and RehabilitatiOn

Bild zum Projekt SoftPro: Synergy-based Open-source Foundations and Technologies for Prosthetics and RehabilitatiOn

Supervisor:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sami Haddadin

Duration:

4 years

Funded by:

EU, H2020

Brief description:

SoftPro project will study and design soft synergy-based robotics technologies to develop new prostheses, exoskeletons, and assistive devices for upper limb rehabilitation, which will greatly enhance the efficacy and accessibility to a greater number of users. Building on solid methodological bases, SoftPro will produce a significant social impact, promoting advanced robot prosthetic and assistive technology “from bench to bedside”; but it will also introduce disruptively new, admittedly risky but potentially high-impact ideas and paradigms. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 688857

 

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