The MIROS Project

Currently we are witnessing the emergence of minimally invasive surgeries as a more patient-friendly and cost-effective alternative to traditional open surgeries. Among the important factors for their further advancement are the incorporation of real-time image guidance, robotic manipulators and human-information/machine-interfacing, integrated via a robust and efficient computational core. Motivated by ...
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The RoboScanner Project

The aim of this project is to develop and investigate an approach for performing multimodality imaging that bridges biosensing at the molecular, near-cellular and macroscopic level. The hypothesis of this work is that combining such multi-level in situ sensing of complementary information may allow us to assess pathophysiology in situ ...
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