WeRob 2020 / WearRAcon Europe 20
October 13 @ 8:30 am - October 16 @ 6:30 pm CEST100€
WeRob and WearRAcon Europe are joining forces together to create a four-day virtual conference on exoskeletons, wearable robotics, rehabilitation devices, orthotics, and neuro-rehabilitation to be held in parallel with the 2020 International Conference on Neurorehabilitation. Keynote speakers include Matt Marino from HeroWear, Prof. Arun Jayaraman hailing from the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, and Prof. Roger Gassert, ETH Zurich:
The International Symposium on Wearable Robotics (WeRob2020) and WearRAcon Europe
WeRob 2020 and WearRACon Europe 2020 are proud to collaborate this year to create a premier European conference on wearable robotics for both the medical and industrial sectors.
Growing from the first edition of the event in Europe last year, the WearRAcon team will chair a session on exoskeletons for military applications, while supporting the WeRob team in the organization of the other sessions
Researchers and innovators from all around the world will discuss novel approaches, challenges and potential solutions in technologies for wearable robots. The symposium will enclose presentations and discussions in various fields such as: supporting solutions for healthy ageing, advanced therapeutic treatments of neurological diseases, space applications or assistive technologies in the industry. Demonstrations and exhibitions of reference technologies in the field will also take place.
International speakers from academia, government, industry, medical centres and end users are encouraged to participate in this biannual event. WeRob provides an international forum for researchers and practitioners to report the latest innovations, discuss state-of-the-art techniques, and exchange ideas and advances in all aspects of wearable robotics.
Moreover, this event will be held in parallel with the 2020 International Conference on Neurorehabilitation (ICNR2020), which will bring together researchers and students from the fields of Clinical Rehabilitation, Applied Neurophysiology, and Biomedical Engineering to promote, feed and encourage this therapeutic global shift.