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Open Research Positions

Corticospinal Models of Post-stroke Control Behavior

Master's Thesis Opening
Description: We are developing the first corticospinal computational models that can emulate control dysfunction in post-stroke rehabilitation. The model will be used to track, plan, and optimize neurorehabilitation outcomes in post-stroke care

Skills: Matlab, Signal Processing

Development of an IoT Based Device PCB for Telerehabilitation

Master's Project Opening

Description: Previous version of a telemedical rehabilitation system have shown promise in improve patient-therapist interaction in post-stroke care. A new prototype will be driven by a custom PCB developed for clinical application and at-home care

Skills: Electronic layouts, PCB design

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