Congratulations, Rachneet Kaur, for being awarded a scholarship to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) workshop to present a poster A Brain Computer Interface Approach To Examine Changes In Anxiety While Walking In A Virtually Infinite World.
Body-in-the-loop control of soft robotic exoskeletons during virtual manual labor tasks, by Manuel E. Hernandez, Richard Sowers, Nicholas Thompson, Girish Krishnan, and Elizabeth T. Hsiao-Wecksler, has been accepted to ICRA 2018.
Congratulations, Rachneet Kaur, for winning 2nd place in the Spring 2018 ISE Graduate Student Travel Award Poster presentation for her poster Visual Cliffs, Virtual Reality, and Movement Disorders (presented at the 2017 INFORMS Annual Meeting).
Congratulations, Yiyang Kong, of Virtual Reality, Visual Cliff, and Movement Disorders IGL project; Yiyang will be pursing graduate studies at Carnegie Mellon University
Virtual Reality, Visual Cliffs, and Movement Disorders, by Rachneet Kaur, Xun Lin, Alexander Layton, Manuel Hernandez, and Richard Sowers, has been accepted to the 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society.
Congratulations, Rachneet Kaur, on being named a William A. Chittenden II Fellow for 2018-2019.
Congratulations, IGL-ers: The 2017 IGL project “Virtual Reality, Visual Cliffs, and Movement Disorders” has been selected as the winner of the 2018 IGL Research Award.
The pilot proposal Feasibility of virtual reality and brain-computer interface technology for neurorehabilitation of fall-related anxiety in frail older adults, by M. Hernandez (lead), S. LaValle, R. Sowers, and G. Yershova, has been funded by the Collaborations in Healthy Aging Research and Technology program at UIUC.