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Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
Deep Learning, Wearable Robotics, Computer Vision, Rehabilitation Robotics
Dr. Brokoslaw Laschowski is a research scientist with the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Rehabilitation Team at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and an assistant professor (status) in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto. He also works as an instructor in the Department of Computer Science and as an affiliate faculty member in the Robotics Institute. He specializes in the field of biomechatronics (i.e., the integration of humans with machines), with an emphasis on the design and control of wearable robotic systems for human-robot interaction and legged locomotion. Applications of his research include neural engineering, rehabilitation robotics, and assistive technology (e.g., bionic prosthetics and exoskeletons) for older adults and/or persons with physical disabilities. Other applications include the design and integration of sensory feedback systems (e.g., smart glasses and haptics) for persons with visual impairments. Overall, he develops technologies that interface with humans in order to improve health and performance.