[robotics-worldwide] ICRA2011 Workshop on Mechanisms for Surgical Robotics

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[robotics-worldwide] ICRA2011 Workshop on Mechanisms for Surgical Robotics

Dai, Jian
Dear Colleagues,

ICRA2011 Full-Day Workshop on Mechanisms for Surgical Robotics
Monday 9th May 2011, Shanghai, China

Workshop Website:
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/nms/depts/engineering/research/Robotics/Conferences/icra2011.aspx

We would like to draw your attention to the IEEE ICRA 2011 Workshop on Mechanisms for Surgical Robotics to be held at Shanghai, China on 9 May 2011. This full-day workshop is to bring top researchers in the world on surgical robotics to present the cutting edge work on mechanisms for surgical robotics. Aimed at engineers, scientists and surgeons, the ICRA 2011 workshop will provide a state-of-the-art update on the current status of mechanisms and structure development of surgical robots in the world with keynote speeches from leading international experts from Europe (Italy, Spain and Germany), UK, USA, Canada, China, and Japan in this field and present the cutting edge work on mechanisms for surgical robotics. The workshop will provide a gathering ground for researchers with common interests in mechanisms for surgical robotics to share the most recent progresses and to discuss the future direction and leading edge.

The substantial debate will be given on obstacles and challenges and the future direction of robotic surgery and a platform will be provided for wider discussions and multidisciplinary collaboration between engineers and surgeons.

The following topics will be explored:

- Current status of surgical robot development in Europe and the world
- Surgeon augmented capability
- Mechanisms development and surgical instrument development
- Kinematics and dynamics of surgical robots
- Sensors and dexterous manipulation
- Various surgical robots
- Future direction of development in surgical robots

The workshop will have presentations of a list of international renowned experts, who are working at the cutting edge of surgical robotics:

Medical Robots: Extending Human Capabilities in an Especially Challenging Environment   by Prof. Russell H Taylor, The Johns Hopkins University, USA,
Single Access Robots for Surgery   by Prof. Paolo Dario, CRIM Lab, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy,
Hands-on Robotic Systems for Surgery   by Prof. Brian L Davies, Imperial College, UK,
A Feedback Optimistic Algorithm For Real-Time Robot Drilling   by Prof. Tianmiao Wang, Beihang University, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China,
Biomedical Micro/Nano Robot with 3D Motion, 3D vision & 3D force sensation  by Prof. Koji Ikuta, Biomedical Micromechatronics Laboratory, Department of Micro-Nano Systems Engineering, Nagoya University Furo-cho, Japan,
MRI-guided Robot-Assisted Prostate Surgery   by Prof. Andrew Goldenberg, Mechatronics Laboratory, University of Toronto, Canada,
Magnetic Mechanisms for Endoluminal Interventions   by Prof. Arianna Menciassi, CRIM Lab, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy,
The DLR MicroSurge: New Concepts for Robotic Surgery   by Dr.-Ing. Rainer Konietschke, Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Wessling, Germany,
Robotically Steering Flexible Endoscopes for NOTES   by Prof. Sarthak Misra, MIRA – Institute for Biomedical Technology and Technical Medicine, University of Twente, The Netherlands,
Design of Mechanical Structures for a Minimally Invasive Surgery Robot   by Prof. Shuxin Wang, School of Mechanical Engineering, Tianjin University, China,
Robot-Assisted Percutaneous Cochlear Implantation  by Prof. Robert J. Webster III, University Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nashville, USA,
ROBOCAST and ACTIVE: Advanced Robotics for Neurosurgery  by Prof. Elena De Momi, Bioengineering Department, NEARLab Medical Robotics, Milan, Italy,
Navigation System for Newborns Surgery  by Prof. Alicia Casals, Centre of Research in Biomedical Engineering, Barcelona, Spain,
How Clinical Demand Can Drive Innovation in Medical Robotics  by Dr. Sebastian Schostek, novineon Healthcare Technology Partners GmbH, Tuebingen, Germany.

The workshop will also have a live-transmission of Da Vinci robot operation at Guy's Hospital, King's College London, University of London operated by the renowned surgeon Professor Prokar Daspugta.

Professor Jian S Dai                                                                         Dr Nikolaos Tsagarakis
Chair of Mechanisms and Robotics                                           Senior Researcher
Chair of ASME UK & Ireland Section                                        Head of Humanoids Laboratory
School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences                     Dept of Advanced Robotics (AR)
King's College London                                                                    Istituto Italiano di Technology
University of London                                                                     Morego, Genoa, Italy
Strand, London WC2R 2LS, UK                                                   [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
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