The Biomechatronics Research Unit has gathered expertise medical devices, biomechanics and bioelectronics.

The group is active in designing and developing medical devices for therapeutic endoscopy, more specifically :

  • Force feedback systems for endoscopic applications
  • Using Cold Plasma for mini-invasive therapies
  • New techniques for the decontamination of endoscopes
  • New concepts for single use endoscopes

Regarding biomechanics, the group is active in:

  • Musculoskeletal & Orthopaedic biomechanics
  • Experimental and Numerical analysis of human & animal joints
  • Orthopaedic implants design and analysis
  • Mechanical characterization of soft tissues
  • Patient specific & finite element modelling
  • Knee Biomechanics

In bioelectronics, the group is active in:

  • Neuromodulation and neurostimulation
  • Implant design and manufacturing – implantable optoelectronics
  • Gastric micro-invasive implantable stimulator
  • Neuromodelling
  • EEG and auditory nerve modeling and analysis
Updated on March 14, 2022