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Roger Gassert

  • PhD
  • Associate Professor
  • Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Department of Health Sciences and Technology
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Research interests

MRI-compatible roboticshapticsneural control of movementassistive devicesrehabilitation roboticsphysical human-robot interaction

About

The Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory applies robotics, wearable sensor technologies and non-invasive neuroimaging to the exploration, assessment and restoration of sensorimotor function. Our goal is to gain a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying sensorimotor impairment and recovery, in order to promote the latter following neurological injury. A further focus is on the development of assistive technologies for the compensation of remaining deficits, both motor and sensory. For further information see http://www.relab.ethz.ch

Co-authors (289)

Publications (5)

  • A method to qualitatively assess arm use in stroke survivors in the home environment

    • Leuenberger K
    • Gonzenbach R
    • Wachter S
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  • Development of a cognitive robotic system for simple surgical tasks

    • Muradore R
    • Fiorini P
    • Akgun G
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    7Citations
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  • Real-time fMRI neurofeedback: Progress and challenges

    • Sulzer J
    • Haller S
    • Scharnowski F
    • et al.
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    147Citations
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  • Sensing glove for brain studies: Design and assessment of its compatibility for fMRI with a robust test

    • Vanello N
    • Hartwig V
    • Tesconi M
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    25Citations
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  • A haptic knob for rehabilitation of stroke patients

    • Dovat L
    • Lambercy O
    • Ruffieux Y
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    33Citations
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Professional experience

Associate Professor

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Department of Health Sciences and Technology

October 2014 - Present

Assistant Professor

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Department of Health Sciences and Technology

December 2008 - September 2014(6 years)