Pediatric Knee Exoskeleton

The primary aim of the project is to help assist the children with limited mobility mainly caused by the knee joint in walking with the help of powered assistance. The specific targeted groups are the children who present hyper-extended or excessively flexed knee during walking. He is hoping that the understanding of the interaction between an exoskeleton device and the targeted users through this research help exoskeleton technology become and promote an effective robotic rehabilitation for children in their growth in the future.

Graduate Student Lab Members:

  • Dawit Lee
  • Inseung Kang

Collaborators:

  • Dr. Geza Kogler
  • Dr. Benjamin Rogozinski
  • Dr. Erin Eggebrecht

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