Hannes Bleuler mainly investigates Magnetic bearing, Control engineering, Mechanical engineering, Control theory and Engraving. His Magnetic bearing study which covers Magnetic levitation that intersects with Bearing and Electromagnetic coil. His study in the fields of Control theory under the domain of Control engineering overlaps with other disciplines such as Scheme.
His Engraving study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electrochemical machining, Gravity feed and Machining. His Brake research includes themes of Actuator and Haptic technology. His Actuator research incorporates themes from Control system and Robot, Human–robot interaction.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Simulation, Haptic technology, Artificial intelligence, Robot and Actuator. His studies deal with areas such as Kinematics, Mechanism, Control engineering, Torque and Workspace as well as Simulation. His work is dedicated to discovering how Haptic technology, Virtual reality are connected with Perception and Illusion and other disciplines.
Hannes Bleuler is interested in Robotics, which is a field of Artificial intelligence. Hannes Bleuler combines topics linked to Climbing with his work on Robot. His research on Actuator concerns the broader Control theory.
Hannes Bleuler mostly deals with Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Exoskeleton, Simulation, Haptic technology and Artificial intelligence. His Exoskeleton research incorporates elements of Gait and Stairs. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Gait, Control engineering is strongly linked to Torque.
His Simulation research integrates issues from Workspace, Laparoscopic surgery and Robotic arm. Hannes Bleuler has researched Haptic technology in several fields, including Mechatronics, Teleoperation and Virtual reality, Human–computer interaction. His work deals with themes such as Computer vision and Body perception, which intersect with Artificial intelligence.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Simulation, Galaxy, Baryon acoustic oscillations and Dark energy. His research on Physical medicine and rehabilitation also deals with topics like
Hannes Bleuler interconnects Gait, Exoskeleton Device and Torque in the investigation of issues within Artificial intelligence. His study in Quasar and Redshift survey is done as part of Galaxy. His work on Redshift, Redshift-space distortions and Dark matter as part of general Astrophysics research is often related to High density, thus linking different fields of science.
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Active tactile exploration using a brain–machine–brain interface
Joseph E. O’Doherty;Mikhail A. Lebedev;Peter J. Ifft;Katie Z. Zhuang.
The DESI Experiment Part I: Science,Targeting, and Survey Design
Amir Aghamousa;Jessica Aguilar;Steve Ahlen.
arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (2016)
Control strategies for active lower extremity prosthetics and orthotics: a review
Michael R Tucker;Jeremy Olivier;Anna Pagel;Hannes Bleuler.
Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation (2015)
Long-Term Training with a Brain-Machine Interface-Based Gait Protocol Induces Partial Neurological Recovery in Paraplegic Patients
Ana R. C. Donati;Solaiman Shokur;Edgard Morya;Debora S. F. Campos.
Scientific Reports (2016)
MRI/fMRI-compatible robotic system with force feedback for interaction with human motion
R. Gassert;R. Moser;E. Burdet;H. Bleuler.
IEEE-ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2006)
The marXbot, a miniature mobile robot opening new perspectives for the collective-robotic research
Michael Bonani;Valentin Longchamp;Stephane Magnenat;Philippe Retornaz.
intelligent robots and systems (2010)
Self-sensing active magnetic levitation
D. Vischer;H. Bleuler.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (1993)
Active magnetic bearings : basics, properties and applications of active magnetc bearings
G. Schweitzer;Hannes Bleuler;Alfons Traxler.
Device for measuring tibio-femoral force amplitudes and force locations in total knee arthroplasty
Denis Crottet;Ion Petros Pappas;Thomas Maeder;Caroline Jacq.
Spark Assisted Chemical Engraving in the light of electrochemistry
Valia Fascio;Rolf Wüthrich;Hannes Bleuler.
Electrochimica Acta (2004)
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