Walk This Way: Legged Robots and Human Rehabilitation

Many of the same challenges people experience in recovering their ability to walk after a stroke or spinal cord injury are also found in designing legged robots. This non-technical talk by Dr. Jim Schmiedeler ’96, professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, includes interactive technology demos and covers how complementary research in robotics and rehabilitation at Notre Dame is advancing the state of the art in both domains.

December 9, 2016

Health and SocietyScience and TechnologyAerospace and Mechanical EngineeringCollege of EngineeringJames SchmiedelerRobotics

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