New grant to support outcome metrics for the DARPA-HAPTIX program
Author: BLINC Lab
Great Summer in the Lab!
BLINC Lab members had a busy and productive summer. Highlights included attending and presenting at MEC 2014 in Fredericton in August, resulting in some great conversations and collaborations. Honours of “highest ranked papers” announced for Ann Edwards for her submission “Adaptive Switching in Practice: Improving Myoelectric Prosthesis Performance through Reinforcement Learning” in the signal processing stream, and Dr. Jacqueline Hebert for “Comparative Sensory Outcomes for Three Transhumeral Targeted Reinnervation Cases” in “other” stream. Looking forward to a busy and active fall as our lab renovations finish!
BLINC Lab Members to Attend MEC’14
Members of the BLINC Lab have been accepted for 6 podium presentations at MEC’14 Myoelectric Controls Symposium at the University of New Brunswick, August 18-22, 2014. The team is excited and looking forward to interacting with some of the world’s best researchers in the field at this interdisciplinary symposium.