The mission of the Robotic Assisted Mobility Science (RoAMS) initiative is to bring together research frontiers across multiple labs to restore mobility to individuals with a condition that limits or prevents stable locomotion. These research frontiers include mechanical design, machine learning, and formal control algorithm synthesis. This important research has the potential to offer advancements in robotic assistive devices such as prostheses, exoskeleton, exosuits, and spinal cord implants.

Exoskeletons and Exosuits

Restoring mobility by synergizing with the human.

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Powered Prostheses

Translating robotic walking to powered lower-limb prostheses to achieve stable, robust and efficient locomotion.

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Spinal Cord Stimulation

Spinal cord stimulation for restoration of function.

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