Last week we attended to the Summer School in Neurorehabilitation (SSNR2019) organized by the Cajal Institute Neurorehabilitation Group, within CSIC, together with Imperial College London.
In this edition we were able to enjoy the master classes of, among others, Levi Hargrove and Richard Lieber, of the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab, Antonio Bicchi, of the Italian Institute of Technology or Professor Mónica Pérez from the University of Miami.
Similarly, attendees could implement several of the advances in neurorehabilitation, during the workshops that took place in the afternoons. For relaxing after them, the event also featured an interesting social program.
For Technaid, the event was very productive as we were able to present to the attendees the new version of our exoskeleton, the Exo-H3, as the robotic rehabilitation prototype developed within the Diatomic H2020 project. We also had the opportunity to show live the operation of our motion capture equipment for research and engineering.
In conclusion, we are very happy with the opportunity that has given us to meet new researchers in the field, as well as the possibility of meet again old friends and clients so being able to share their experiences.