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May or June, 2022
Date
March, 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline
May or June, 2022
Online Registration Deadline
May or June, 2022
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任雷

报告题目:

人体生物力学与仿生健康机器人研究 Musculoskeletal Mechanics and Mechatronics: Bionic Healthcare Engineering from Human and for Human

报告人:

任雷

所在单位:

曼彻斯特大学/吉林大学

个人简介:

任雷,英国曼彻斯特大学教授,生物力学方向学术带头人;国家特聘专家,教育部长江学者讲座教授;吉林大学唐敖庆讲座教授、工程仿生教育部重点实验室仿生健康学科带头人及仿生行走方向学术带头人;先后主持“十三五”国家重点研发计划项目、国家自然科学基金重点项目、英国国家工程和物理科学研究基金,英国国家生物技术和生物科学研究基金等项目30余项;现为国际生物医学工程学会(BMES)理事及英国区域主席、国际仿生工程学会(ISBE)副秘书长、英国国家工程和物理科学研究基金会专家委员会委员,并兼任Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology、Journal of Bionic Engineering、 Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science副主编。长期从事仿生健康工程,康复医学工程和仿生健康机器人的研究,主要采用交叉学科的方法研究人体骨骼肌肉系统和运动神经系统的基本规律和工作机理,并结合先进功能材料和先进制造技术,开发新型仿生健康机器人、仿生驱动器和传感器、仿生健康器械与装备等。发表国际期刊论文120余篇,授权和公开发明专利70余项。研究成果先后被Nature, Science News, BBC, Telegraph等报道,获国际学术奖2项,国家和省部级科技发明奖3项。


报告摘要

Bionic healthcare engineering aims to advance human health and welling using the state-of-the-art approaches inspired from biological world. This may have great potential in the development of innovative diagnostic, preventative, rehabilitative and therapeutic programs and devices. This talk presents our recent studies in bionic healthcare engineering by exploring the fundamental working principles of the human musculoskeletal system, whilst by developing biologically inspired human-centred robotics and healthcare devices based on learnt biological principles. This involves a range of studies into the biomechanics and motor control of human motions using an integrated experimental, computational and bio-robotic approaches with the long term aim to gain comprehensive understanding of the functions of musculoskeletal systems and the interactions between the musculoskeletal and neuromotor systems. This also includes a range of researches in the development of smart bionic lower limb prosthetics inspired from human musculoskeletal biomechanics, bio-inspired robotic/prosthetic hands with human-like structures, and biologically inspired soft actuation and sensing techniques for healthcare devices.