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speakers [2016/10/05 02:00]
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 <WRAP centeralign left 80px>{{:photo_simona.png?80|}}\\ </WRAP> <fc #7A97BB>**Dr. Simona CREA**</fc>\\ <wrap  <WRAP centeralign left 80px>{{:photo_simona.png?80|}}\\ </WRAP> <fc #7A97BB>**Dr. Simona CREA**</fc>\\ <wrap 
 lo>BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy</wrap>\\ lo>BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy</wrap>\\
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 <wrap lo>**Abstract:** Wearable robots for movement assistance and rehabilitation must be able to establish a cooperative interaction with the users in order to be effective. At this aim, in the last years several researchers invested a huge amount of resources on the development of novel designs of series-elastic actuators, as a solution to address high-density, low-output parasitic impedance torque generators. This presentation will introduce the investigations carried out at The BioRobotics Institute of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna to develop upper-, lower-limb and hand exoskeletal machines endowed with a novel design of series-elastic actuation based the use of scalable design of the elastic element. <wrap lo>**Abstract:** Wearable robots for movement assistance and rehabilitation must be able to establish a cooperative interaction with the users in order to be effective. At this aim, in the last years several researchers invested a huge amount of resources on the development of novel designs of series-elastic actuators, as a solution to address high-density, low-output parasitic impedance torque generators. This presentation will introduce the investigations carried out at The BioRobotics Institute of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna to develop upper-, lower-limb and hand exoskeletal machines endowed with a novel design of series-elastic actuation based the use of scalable design of the elastic element.
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