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In the frame of an international exchange programme generously supported by the University of Jember and the Indonesian Government, Claudio is spending two weeks in lovely Jember, East Java, Indonesia, at the local university. He will be teaching, contributing to workshops and consulting for the ...

Mr. Francesco Vichi, currently a M.Sc. student at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Pisa (Italy) will be spending one month at AIROB, on a scientific cooperation with the Neurorobotic Touch Laboratory headed by Prof. Calogero Oddo. We will be exploring interesting applications of tactile sensing base...

AIROB team starts designing hybrid solutions combining tendon-driven exosuits and Functional Electrical Stimulation for the rehabilitation of paretic patients.

At last, here is a somewhat detailed video interview appearing on the website of MEDICA, possibly the largest and most interesting trade fair for medical technology. In the interview, introduced by Dr. Matthias Ponfick of the Hospital for Spinal Cord Injuries in Rummelsberg and Claudio Castellini...

An interview on the basics of myoelectric prostheses and the EU-funded project IntelliMan has now been published in the magazine Klinik Management Aktuell (KMA). In this interview featuring Prof. Claudio Castellini and Fabio Egle, the basic principles of myoelectric prostheses, current comfort and a...

A new Ph.D. position is now open at the AIROB Lab! The position is directly funded by the Free State of Bavaria and it's an open topic position, meaning that the Ph.D. topic has not yet been precisely defined. Broadly speaking, however, your Ph.D. will revolve around merging intent detection and exo...

About a project we are still finishing at the DLR, Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, phantom pain, prosthetic control, and much more going on in Rehabilitation and Assistive Robotics. An instructional clip filmed at Claudio's second affiliation, including Mr. Markus Nowak, Ms. Mathilde Conn...

Lifting a glass, clenching a fist, typing a phone number with the index finger - state-of-the-art robotic hands can already do amazing things with the help of biomedical technology. However, things that work in the laboratory often encounter stumbling blocks when put to practice in daily life. Our t...