FES group at the RehabWeek conference
Outreach activity at the Sonning CoE Primary
The FES group attended the RehabWeek ’17 in London last week. Bellow you can access the two poster submissions presented in the conference (each picture is a link to a .pdf document). Rehabweek ’17 hosted 4 conferences in parallel (IFESS, ICORR, BSRM, INRS) and was attended by over 1000 researchers, clinicians, and industry professionals. […]
Visit and Seminar by Dr. Sylvie Coupaud of University of Strathclyde
On Friday 9th of June, we visited the Sonning CoE Primary school and showcased interactive demos to the pupils on how the electricity of our bodies work, from the brain to the activity of the muscles. Students were able to see first-hand their own brain waves and then the class discussed how technology can be […]
Great things you can do as an engineer
On the 23rd of May, Dr. Sylvie Coupaud from University of Strathclyde visited the FES group and presented a compelling seminar on “Musculoskeletal imaging and rehabilitation interventions in patients with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)”. In her talk, Dr. Coupaud covered how pQCT imaging can be used to track bone loss in individuals with paraplegia, and […]
School outreach – The big bang near me
To celebrate the International Women’s Day, our group participated in the Reading College event “Be Bold for change” for promoting the recruitment of women into STEM careers. Dr. Armengol presented a talk titled “Great things you can do as an engineer” and inspired the next generation of pupils with the great technological advances that impact our everyday […]
LSL workshop presentation
On Tuesday 7th March researchers from our group participated in an outreach activity for school kids between the ages of 8 – 12. The students, coming from a range of local schools, had the chance to see first hand a demo of the electrophysiology of the human bodies, in terms of their brain wave and the […]
In December 19, the FES Group made a presentation on the First International LSL workshop, showcasing the system that governs data synchronisation from the large range of sensors in the frame.
In-house stimulator tested
On 10th November we run a demo experiment of our study, that showcases our experimental platform. You can see the video here
Today the in-house, purposed-built stimulator was tested for compliance.
This is our first post from the project’s new website: http://fesreading.uk. Here we will blog about the research progress. For the formal minutes please visit our minutes page where you can download the minutes of each week’s meetings. The news page and videos page will be a place for formal announcements and material that we produce. […]