CAMIN research is dedicated to the design and development of realistic neuroprosthetic solutions in the context of sensory-motor deficiencies in interaction with clinical partners. Our efforts are focused on the objective of having a clinical impact: improvement of patient functional evaluation or/and quality of life.
Movement is at the core of our investigation activity. Exploration and understanding of movement origin and control is one of our two main research axes. Indeed, in order to improve neuro-prosthetic solutions we need to increase the knowledge on the roles of central and peripheral nervous systems in motion control.
The second research axis is movement assistance and/or restoration. Based on the results of our first axe, neuro-prosthetic approaches are deployed. CAMIN intends to have both theoretical and technical contributions. CAMIN team succeeds former DEMAR team. We are located in Montpellier, France.

Images: INRIA –

Comments are closed.