Author's details

Name: Tom Banks
Date registered: October 1, 2012


Project Coordinator for the EU MSc Advanced Rehabilitation Technologies Programme.

Latest posts

  1. Project meeting 4 – Jyvaskyla! — October 3, 2013
  2. Project Meeting 3 – Maastricht. — October 3, 2013
  3. Project Meeting 2: Bucharest! — April 4, 2013
  4. Introducing Ass. Professor Alessandra Pedrocchi! — January 8, 2013
  5. Introducing Professor Panos Markopoulos! — December 12, 2012

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Nov 29

Introducing Dr. David Simpson

Dr. David Simpson BSc, Biomedical Electronics (1978-1981), PhD, Electrical Engineering (1983-1988), Postgraduate Certificate of Academic Practice (2003-2004). After schooling in Austria, David Simpson graduated in Biomedical Electronics from the University of Salford (1981), and then worked as a mathematics and physics teacher in Nigeria. He obtained his PhD in Electrical Engineering in 1988, initiating his research …

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Nov 27

Introducing Harriet Lea-Banks!

One of the fundamental approaches to building this particular MSc programme is the involvement of Key stakeholders to help us produce an educational curriculum that is beneficial not only to the academics and industry, but to the students that will be enrolling on it.  Harriet is one of our Student representatives from the University of Southampton! Student …

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Nov 20

Introducing Dr. Christopher Freeman

Dr Christopher Freeman BEng(Hons) Electromechanical Engineering (2000), BSc(Hons) Mathematical Sciences (2006), PhD Electrical Computer Science: Control Engineering (2004). Since 2007, Dr Christopher Freeman has been a lecturer at the University of Southampton in the Faculty of Applied Science. His primary research interests are in iterative learning and repetitive control theory and their experimental application to industrial systems. Over the last five …

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Nov 07

Introducing Professor Jane Burridge

Prof. Jane Burridge PhD in Restorative Neuroscience Jane Burridge is a Professor in Restorative Neuroscience and her primary research focuses on the mechanisms of sensory-motor recovery following stroke. Prof. Burridge works collaboratively with electronics, control, design and signal processing engineers, psychologists and industrial partners, developing technologies for measurement and therapy, including: Rehabilitation robotics Functional Electrical …

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Nov 05

Introducing Dr Ann-Marie Hughes!

As we mentioned last week, the A.R.T. team are going to be introducing some of the key academic staff behind the project to give you an insight into the people involved. First off, Dr Ann-Marie Hughes from the University of Southampton.   Dr. Ann-Marie Hughes BSc Chemistry, BSc Physiotherapy, MSc Information Systems, PhD Technologies for Stroke …

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Oct 30


Welcome to the new Advanced Rehabilitation Technologies (EU MSc) project website!   Here you’ll find information about the project and the various partners involved. Click on the ‘About’ page for more information concerning the project itself and why we’re developing a masters programme for students in Advanced Rehabilitation Technologies. There is also information about the …

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