Smart Learning & Rehabilitation

Quicker Recovery with Digital Tools

Smart Learning & Rehabilitation

Here we aim to develop softwares which allow patients to recover more rapidly from strokes, and aid in the preventive therapy of neurodegenerative dementia and brain conditioning in for healthy ageing. This research is based on computer science and the study of the impact of interaction interfaces on cognitive competencies. A critical aspect to reach such long-term objective is to capture individual-specific behavioral patterns to optimize/personalize a learning path.

Partners

UNIVERSITY OF FRIBOURG

HAUTE ECOLE D'INGENIEURS DE FRIBOURG

EIKON

HES-SO VALAIS

UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA