Deuxième Appel à Projets : Equipes Gagnantes

Nous avons le plaisir d’annoncer les gagnants !  En réponse à notre Appel à Projets du 15 septembre 2022, 14 propositions éligibles ont été soumises et 5 candidatures ont reçu un financement (taux d’acceptation de 36%). Nous remercions toutes les équipes pour le temps et les efforts consacrés à leurs candidatures.

 

Flexible Pick and Place for Transparent Micro-devices

         

Nom du partenaire de recherche:

HuCE cpvrLab – Bern University of Applied Sciences (BFH). Our research aims at bringing human flexibility into automation efficiency. We leverage technologies such as 6D-tracked tools and augmented reality to develop context-aware systems that aim at simplifying human-machine interaction without reducing performance.

IDSIA Robotics Lab – SUPSI. Our research applies state-of-the-art AI and Deep Learning techniques to enable novel applications of mobile and industrial robotics. In particular, we focus on challenging tasks related to robot perception, and human-robot interaction.

Partenaire d’application:

FemtoPrint  FEMTOPRINT® is the sole 3D microfabrication platform capable of material structuring using arbitrary patterns to produce challenging, monolithic 3D shapes in glass with high precision, sub-micron resolution, and with an additional polishing step, optical surface quality.

No-Touch Robotics No-Touch Robotics is a pioneer in the area of robotic micro handling. We provide gripping solutions for the damage-free handling of small and fragile components by using acoustic forces.

Description du projet:

In this project, a robotic solution for picking and placing glass micro-devices that is generic enough to be rapidly adapted to new products by the company itself will be developed.

 

Investigating robot-assisted thermal ablation of complex liver malignancies in a perfused ex-vivo model

Nom du partenaire de recherche:

ARTORG Center for Biomedical Engineering Research

Multidisciplinary research team bridging the gap between university, clinical and industry knowledge

Partenaire d’application:

CASCINATION AG

Medical device development expert and pioneer in stereotactic image-guidance and robotic surgery

Description du projet:

Current clinical challenges of thermal ablation treatment can be surpassed through synchronous robot-assisted probe retraction and energy modulation. Various ablation volume shapes will be tested in a lifelike environment using perfused ex-vivo livers.

 

EMG-controlled hand exoskeleton for assistance and rehabilitation in motor-impaired patients