Rehabilitation robots, surgery robots are types of medical robots used for the health care institution. Medical robots play a vital role in performing complex tasks that require brief attention to every detail.
ARMS lab conducts research on the design and implementation of intelligent devices and algorithms with an emphasis on rehabilitation applications.
User-Independent Intent Recognition for Lower-Limb Prostheses Using Depth Sensing.
Massalin, Y.; Abdrakhmanova, M.; and Varol, H. A.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, PP(99): 1-1. 2017.
MOSES: A Matlab-based open-source stochastic epidemic simulator.
Varol, H. A.
2016 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), pages 2636-2639, Aug 2016.
A feasibility study of depth image based intent recognition for lower limb prostheses.
Varol, H. A.; and Massalin, Y.
2016 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), pages 5055-5058, Aug 2016
Sensors for Robotic Hands: A Survey of State of the Art.
Saudabayev, A.; and Varol, H. A.
Semi-anthropomorphic 3D printed multigrasp hand for industrial and service robots.
Kappassov, Z.; Khassanov, Y.; Saudabayev, A.; Shintemirov, A.; and Varol, H. A.
2013 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation, pages 1697-1702, Aug 2013