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Assistive Robots

Episode 71 – Virginia Ruiz Garate

Claire Asher 2nd February, 2024

Assistive robotics, mobility, and bio-inspired control
  • fast_forward 00:00:30 – Intro – Welcome
  • fast_forward 00:01:31 – Virginia Ruiz Garate – Mobility and bio-inspired control
  • fast_forward 00:21:09 – Virginia Ruiz Garate – The future of assistive robotics
  • fast_forward 00:26:40 – Outro – Thanks for listening

Claire chatted to Virginia Ruiz Garate from Mondragon University all about assistive robotics, mobility, and bio-inspired control.

Virginia Ruiz Garate obtained her PhD in 2016 in bio-inspired control for leg exoskeletons at the Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve in Belgium. Later, she worked on new bio-inspired grasping methods for robotic hands at the Italian Institute of Technology. She then became Associate Professor in assistive robots at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory. Currently, she is a Lecturer and Researcher in Robotics at Mondragon University. Her research interests include robotic grasping and manipulation, bio-inspired control, assistive robotics and human-robot interfaces.

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