William Harwin is the professor of interactive and human robotics at the University of Reading. His research interest are in robotics (in particular rehabilitation robotics), haptics and understanding human movement.
Research includes medical and rehabilitation robots, and neuro-muscular modelling, robots for stroke rehabilitation, haptic interfaces with multi touch and with large range of movements at high speeds, robot dynamics, control and cognition. Currently pursuing research in
[Teaching] [Digital Notes] [Sphere: measuring and classification health related activities] [Haptic interactions for 3D Learning] [ Gentle/s robot mediated stroke rehabilitation] [Publications] [ Publications on Centaur]
Room SSE 160
Tel: +44(0)118 378 6792
Biomedical Engineering, University of Reading,
Pepper lane entrance, PO Box 225, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AX
|Haptics research in education|
Haptel BBC programme
The SPHERE concept from SPHERE Bristol on Vimeo.
Last updated May 2018