Engineering, social studies, human physiology, artificial intelligence, ageing studies,...each of our 8 research groups have a unique point of view on Human Robotics. Discover who they are, what they do and some of their most exciting projects in these tabs.
We believe cooperation and knowledge sharing through partnerships with both industry and the academic world will boost progress in the field of Human Robotics. Therefore we always welcome new partnerships and research opportunities. With our 8 research groups from different disciplines and a strong portfolio of succesful European and national research projects, BruBotics can indeed form an inspiring partner.
Social & Physical Human-Robot Interaction and safe & energy efficient compliant actuation, with applications in health and manufacturing.
Crossing boundaries with visionary electronics & ICT in e-Health and other domains.
How can robots increase quality of life of older people?
Nature inspired Machine Learning for complex problem solving.
Exercise and the brain in health and disease: the added-value of Human Robotics.
Mechatronic research on intelligent robots in non-traditional robot environments.
Helping society and industry deal with new technologies such as human robot collaboration, from a social and economical point of view.
The effectiveness of robotic assistance for neurological rehabilitation and rehabilitation psychology
The EU H2020 Spexor project: Preventing low-back pain with a novel and effective spinal exoskeleton
The ERC Starting Grant of prof. Bram Vanderborght
Flanders Make project Operator Info: turn operators in knowledge workers
The EU FP7 Dream project aims to deliver the next generation of Robot-Enhanced Therapy (RET) for children with autism.
iMinds ICON Project ClaXon: Towards a Smoother Human-Robot Collaboration in the Manufacturing Industry
iMinds ICON project WONDER: Interactive, Automated Support for Personalized Care Services using humanoid robots
Self-Healing Actuators Make Breaking Your Robot No Big Deal
ALTACRO rehabiliation exoskeleton: Automated Locomotion Training using an Actuated Compliant Robotic Orthosis
The EU FP7 project H2R aims to demonstrate human-like gait and posture in a controlled compliant biped robot
EU FP7 project SCANERGY: A Smart Grid using A.I.
EU FP7 project Cyberlegs: Cybernetic Lower-Limb cognitive Ortho-Prosthesis. Image: (c) Massimo Brega
IWT SBO MIRAD: an integrated Methodology to bring Intelligent Robotic Assistive Devices to the user, with a lower-limb exoskeleton as demonstrator.