Augmentation & Exoskeleton Research

 

Robots can facilitate complex medical tasks and augment human capabilities, empowering people to perform previously impossible or difficult tasks. IRIM researchers are developing the next generation of medical robots and human augmentation systems, encompassing surgical robotics, rehabilitation and assistive robotics, and prosthetics that all enhance the human experience. Ongoing research includes work on robotic systems for image-guided surgical interventions, mobile robots to assist people in their homes, socially interactive robots for childhood education, micro-meso-macro scale robots for surgery, intelligent prostheses for superhuman musicianship, soft robotic systems, haptics, and robotic exoskeletons that interpret a user’s intent.

 

Augmentation Robotics Highlights

Rubicon Global Partners with Georgia Tech on Trash Collector Exoskeleton

Soft Robotics: The Road To Iron Man

Shriners Hospitals for Children and Georgia Tech announce research affiliation

Improving Quality of Life with Wearable Robotics

Exoskeleton is Exactly What Cerebral Palsy Kids Need