The International Symposium on Assistive and Recuperative Technologies for Injured,ill, Pregnant, Elderly and people with Disabilities ARTIPEDwww.artiped.info/artiped09.htmlto be held in Iasi, Romania, July 23-25, 2009focus: technologies benefiting from the revolution in robotics and prosthetic devices..
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A special focus of the 2009 ARTIPED is on technologies benefiting from therevolution in robotics and prosthetic devices. Thus, special sessions will beorganized on the following topics: * Therapeutic and surgery robots for minimally invasive and remote operationprocedures; * Assistive and caregiving robotics and systems; * Endoprosthetic devices, technologies and procedures for restoring functionality * Exoprosthetic devices, technologies and procedures, exoskeletons and othersystems for restoring mobility; * Prosthetic technologies for systems for coping with perception, control andcommunication impairments (hearing, speech, and vision assistive systems,brain-machine interfaces and control, neuro-robotics), * Robotics and automation in genetic/stem cell/tissue engineering, intelligentinformation processing in new devices and robots, Broader areas of interest in which submissions are also sought are the developmentand use of * new materials and structures, procedures, robotics and prosthetic devices,information technologies supporting diagnostic and intervention, computerizeddiagnostic, monitoring and therapy, organ/tissue/blood/marrow preservation/banks; * biotechnologies, managed healthcare, neuro-robotics, biofeedback devices,bioinformatics, human genetic engineering, genetic technologies for therapy andenhancement; * new techniques and technologies in neurosurgery, brain implants,neuro/brain-machine interfaces and control, stem cells engineering, tissueengineering, artificial and bio-artificial organs, novel medical devices andsystems, etc.
Special sessions as of February 22:
Tissue engineering si stem cells
Contact: Session Chair- Luminita Simion, firstname.lastname@example.org
Robotics/prosthetics in neurosurgery
Contact: Session Chair- Ion Poeata, email@example.com
Autor: Samuel Franco Domínguez