|course code||cycle os studies||academic semester||credits ECTS||teaching language|
Design of control architectures for robotic-assisted minimally invasive surgery. Design of control architectures for robotic-assisted tele-medicine. Evaluation of medical robots.
Chapter 1 : Introduction to medical robotics. Assistive technologies, rehabilitation robotics, surgical robotics and robotics for diagnosis. Historical perspective.
Chapter 2: Design of Surgical Manipulators. Security issues. Manipulators with serial and parallel configurations. European directives. Minimally invasive surgery. Passive and active joints. Remote rotation center. Master-slave mechatronic systems. Da Vinci system.
Chapter 3: Motion control and force control in medical robotics. Motion Control: Joint space control and task space control. Force Control: Indirect force control (compliant control, impedance control) and direct force control (hybrid position/force control, external force control). 3) Kalman Active Observers. Design of null space / task space controllers for minimally invasive surgery.
Chapter 4: Haptic Telemanipulation. Haptic control architectures. Telepresence, stability and robustness analysis. Contact parameter estimation.
|total of teaching hours||76|
|Laboratory or field work||33 %|
|Research work||33 %|
|Assessment Tests||33 %|
• Khalil, W, Dombre E. (2002), Modeling, Identification and Control of Robots, HPS.
• Sciavicco and Siciliano (2000), Modeling and Control of Robot Manipulators, Springer.
• Cortesão, R. (2012), Medical Robotics Course, DEEC-FCTUC.
Theoretical classes with detailed presentation, using audiovisual means, of the concepts, principles and fundamental theories and solving basic practical exercises to illustrate the practical interest of discussed topics.
Laboratory classes are for implementing a mini-project addressing robot control for medical applications.