(Workshop on Medical Robotics)

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13 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 10 μήνες)

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醫療機器人手術應用與產業趨勢研討會

(
Workshop on Medical Robotics
)


第一場

時間

內容

主講人

主持人

9:30~10:00

報到

10:00~10:10

貴賓致詞



10:10~11:40

專題演講

醫療機器人的手術應用

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Prof. Brian Davies


11:40~12:00

Q&A



第二場

時間

內容

主講人

主持人

12:30~13:00

報到

13:0
0~13:10

貴賓致詞



13:10~14:40

專題演講

醫療機器人產業趨勢

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Prof. Brian Davies


14:40~15:00

Q&A



日期:
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地點

台北科技大學

(
台北市忠孝東路三段一號
)


綜合科館

地下室

第二演講廳


主辦單位

台北科技大學

協辦單位
:台灣機器人學會


贊助單位:
行政院國家科學委員會

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台北科技大學





講員簡介




Professor BRIAN DAVIES

Brian Davies is Emeritus Professor of Medical Robotics in the
Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College, where
he has been since 1983, and is also employed there as a Senior
Research Investigator. He has a PhD i
n Medical Robotics and
was awarded a DSc. in 2001 for his international contribution to Robotic and
Computer Aided Surgery systems. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Academy of
Engineering in 2005 and is also a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engi
neers,
and was a recent Chair of their Medical Engineering Board. He was, until 2004,
Department Postgraduate Tutor and Head of the Computer Aided Systems
Engineering Research section in the Mechanical Engineering Department. He started
the Mechatronics in

Medicine Group in 1988 which now has an international
reputation for its work in Robotic and Computer Assisted Surgery. He has
developed a number of robotic surgery and training systems and achieved a "world
first" when his special purpose robot, "PROBOT
", was used in human clinical
prostatectomy trials in April '91. Since then he has produced a neurosurgery robot, a
robot for total knee replacement, training systems for prostate biopsy and for
arthroscopic knee replacement as well as haptic systems for
heart surgery and for MR
prostate biopsy. He has Supervised 32 PhDs and has acted as External examiner for
30 PhDs. He has produced over 200 refereed conference and journal papers and is on
the editorial Board of four International Journals: a) Int. J. Me
chatronics
(Pergammon); b) Int. J. Computer Assisted Surgery

(Springer); c) J. of Engineering in Medicine, I.Mech.E. Proceedings, part H. (PEP ltd.)
d) Int. J. of Medical Robotics and Computer Aided Surgery, (Wiley). Brian is Chair
of the Strategic Acade
mic Board of Expert Reviewers of the CO
-
ME Swiss National
Computer Aided Surgery project, a post which has been renewed annually since 2002.
He is Chair of the Program Committee for the Int. Computer Assisted Orthopaedic
Surgery Conf., Hong Kong 2008, and
a Member of the Executive of the International
Society. He also chaired the Program Committee for the Heidelberg ’07, Montreal ’06,
Helsinki, '05, Chicago, '04, Spain '03, and Santa Fe '02 Conferences. He is a
member of the IEE Professional Network Commi
ttee for Robotics and Mechatronics,
is part of the Executive Committee of the EC PASCAL Network of Excellence and is
an EC Expert Reviewer of the MISSIMU Project on Surgery Simulators, and also of
the MULTISENSE Project on Medical Simulation. He is part o
f an International
Committee attempting to set safety standards for robotic and CAS surgery. He has
been a frequent invited speaker, internationally, on Robotics and Computer Aided
Surgery and is on the International Review Board for a number of recent Co
nferences
in Advanced Robotics, Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted
Intervention, as well as Haptics and Mechatronics Conferences. He was invited to
give the IMechE prestigious Medical Engineering annual Smith and Nephew Lecture
in 2007. In June
2004, he was awarded the prestigious

Maurice Muller Prize”,
presented annually for outstanding contributions to Computer Aided Surgery and in
January 2006 he was presented with the IEE achievement medal for outstanding
contributions to Medical Robotics.
In 1999 Brian founded the Company
“ACROBOT Limited”, as a spin
-
off of his research at Imperial College. ACROBOT
specialise in the research into minimally invasive robots and Computer Aided
Systems for Orthopaedic Surgery, with an emphasis on systems that can be clinically
applied. Recent randomised clinical trials of robotic versus conventional surgery
for uni
-
condylar knee replacement have shown that there are considerable benefits
from t
he use of the robotic system, as well as planning and navigation. The
Company is now located at premises near Tower Bridge, London and is developing
Robotic and CAS systems to help accurately plan and position orthopaedic joint
replacements. Brian is a Me
mber of the Board of ACROBOT and serves as its
Technical Director.