UoM & Fourier Robotics Laboratory
This laboratory, established between Fourier Intelligence and the University of Melbourne was established in July 2018 to carry out fundamental and translational robotics research in assistive and rehabilitation robotics. We seek to deliver our research outcomes to those who would benefit from the technologies. We are a part of the Human-Robotics Laboratory within the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Melbourne, founded through the support of and in collaboration with Fourier Intelligence.
We currently focus on technologies to assist with movement impairments, designed to help those with neurological conditions to improve or augment their own capabilities. We seek to develop novel robotics and robotic control strategies whilst placing clinical and usability requirements foremost in our considerations.
Our research is divided into three main projects.
Learn more about the people in the laboratory.
A list of publications from the laboratory.
Learn about the latest happenings within the laboratory.
See more of our work on the Human-Robotics Laboratory’s Youtube Channel