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  • Wiktor Sieklicki dr inż.

    Mechanical Engineer degree in Automatics and Robotics achieved in 2006 from Mechanical Faculty of Gdansk University of Technology, Mechanics and Strength of the Materials Department (thesis topic: "Micro electro-mechanical devices for laparoscopy"). Thesis written during the exchange program with Genova University, Italy. PhD in Mechatronics finished in 2010 from Mechanical Faculty of Gdansk University of Technology, Mechanics...

  • Support for Employees with ASD in the Workplace Using a Bluetooth Skin Resistance Sensor–A Preliminary Study

    The application of a Bluetooth skin resistance sensor in assisting people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), in their day-to-day work, is presented in this paper. The design and construction of the device are discussed. The authors have considered the best placement of the sensor, on the body, to gain the most accurate readings of user stress levels, under various conditions. Trial tests were performed on a group of sixteen...

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  • FEX a Fingers Extending eXoskeleton for Rehabilitation and Regaining Mobility

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    - 2018

    This paper presents the design process of an exoskeleton for executing human fingers’ extension movement for the rehabilitation procedures and as an active orthosis purposes. The Fingers Extending eXoskeleton (FEX) is a serial, under-actuated mechanism capable of executing fingers’ extension. The proposed solution is easily adaptable to any finger length or position of the joints. FEX is based on the state-of-art FingerSpine serial...

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  • Embodying Intelligence in Autonomous and Robotic Systems with the Use of Cognitive Psychology and Motivation Theories

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    The article discusses, on a certain level of abstraction and generalization, a coherent anthropological approach to the issue of controlling autonomous robots or agents. A contemporary idea can be based on appropriate modeling of the human mind using the available psychological knowledge. One of the main reasons for developing such projects is the lack of available and effective top-down approaches resulting from the known research...

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  • Automatic recognition of therapy progress among children with autism

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    - Scientific Reports - 2017

    The article presents a research study on recognizing therapy progress among children with autism spectrum disorder. The progress is recognized on the basis of behavioural data gathered via five specially designed tablet games. Over 180 distinct parameters are calculated on the basis of raw data delivered via the game flow and tablet sensors - i.e. touch screen, accelerometer and gyroscope. The results obtained confirm the possibility...

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