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Intelligent Therapy and Rehabilitation Engineering

Applying advanced technologies such as human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence technologies to develop therapeutic and rehabilitation technologies and related products. Our researches mainly focus on: intelligent therapeutic ventilator based on feedback control; intelligent surgical navigation technology and robot systems; soft robot based on functional liquid metal and its application in drug transportation; advanced lower extremity exoskeleton; optimization of spine and ankle orthosis for cerebral palsy children; upper limb rehabilitation equipment for stroke patients; new technology in gait analysis and human motion detection; cognitive and behavioral function assessment of the elderly; protection technology and intelligent footwear for diabetic foot ulcer;; AI rehabilitation technology and equipment based on multimodality human-computer perception and natural interaction; application of virtual reality technology in rehabilitation; nervous system regeneration and rehabilitation; intelligent nursing system for disabled people.


  1. A new hand-eye calibration approach for fracture reduction robot 
  2. A novel passive/active hybrid robot for orthopaedic trauma surgery 
  3. Clinical factors affecting the accuracy of a CT-based active infrared navigation system 
  4. Conservative treatment for equinus deformity in children with cerebral palsy using an adjustable splint-assisted ankle-foot orthosis 
  5. Correcting Congenital Talipes Equinovarus in Children Using Three Different Corrective Methods A Consort Study 
  6. Deformation of Prosthetic Foot: A Contributing Factor to Leg Length Discrepancy in Unilateral Amputees 
  7. Feedback System Based on Plantar Pressure for Monitoring Toe-Walking Strides in Children with Cerebral Palsy 
  8. Influence of the quality of intraoperative fluoroscopic images on the spatial positioning accuracy of a CAOS system 
  9. Investigation of key factors affecting the balance function of older adults
  10. Percutaneous Sacroiliac Screw Placement: A Prospective Randomized Comparison of Robot-assisted Navigation Procedures with a Conventional Technique 
  11. The development and error analysis of a kinematic parameters based spatial positioning method for an orthopedic navigation robot system