Henrik Gollee, University of Glasgow
The MATLAB product family enables real-time data acquisition and processing, but also gives the user flexibility in implementing their own extensions and interfaces to custom hardware. In this webinar, we show how we use the MathWorks tool chain to support our research in biomedical engineering, from data acquisition to real-time closed-loop control solutions, with examples on how different real-time requirements can be addressed and how the MATLAB APIs can be used to interface with external custom devices.
About the Presenter: Henrik Gollee has been a user of MATLAB for over 15 years. He is a lecturer in Control at the School of Engineering, University of Glasgow. His research interests are in the application of system analysis and control methods in rehabilitation engineering with a primary focus on applications in spinal cord injury. He is working closely with the Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injuries Unit and is a member of the Scottish Centre for Innovation in Spinal Cord Injury. Previously, he worked with the Advanced Development Department for Vehicle Dynamic Systems at Daimler AG, Stuttgart. He graduated from the Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University Berlin, Germany, and has a Ph.D. in systems and control from the University of Glasgow, UK.
Recorded: 30 Sep 2012
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