Synergy in Biomechanical Engineering for Human Joint Applications

We are the Joint Engineering group of the Delft University of Technology department Biomechanical Engineering. Through our multidisciplinary approach we develop innovative medical instruments, technology and techniques for applications related to the human joints.

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The Joint Engineering team works on a whole range of exciting projects! For instance, in the 'VibrantVision' project we are developing a novel method for imaging cartilage damage in human joints using ultrasound. Check our 'Projects' section!

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Invited lecture on wearables for ACL rehab

Gabrielle Tuijthof was invited to give a lecture on the use of available commercial wearables for the rehabilitation of ACL reconstruction ath University of Kent during the symposium ‘Translating Research into Practice’ of the Sports Therapy, Physical Activity and Health Research Group headed by lecturer Karen Hambly. Gabrielle demonstrated several wearables amongst which the Myontec Wearable […]

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Limburg Meeting – LIME

Dat er in de zorg veel gemeten wordt, is geen nieuws. Maar hoeveel is teveel? En hoe kan het dan beter? Zodat zorgverleners meer tijd krijgen om te zorgen, ondernemers de zorg kunnen innoveren met slimme meetproducten en burgers de regie krijgen over hun eigen gegevens. Daar willen de initiatiefnemers van het innovatieprogramma Limburg Meet […]

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