Rehabilitation Robotics Workshop 2011 is focusing on implementation of robotic technology in rehabilitation and therapy of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Carebral Palsy, will be held in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, UiTM, Shah Alam on 7th of June 2011. We are wellcome everyone to participate in this workshop. The final program of the workshop is as following:

Workshop Program:

8:30-9:00         Registration

9:00-9:15         Opening Speech by the FKM Dean

9:15-9:45         Speech by HuRoBs Rehabilitation Robotic Project Leader – Dr. Hanafiah Yussof

9:45-10:15       Coffee Break

10:15-11:15    Presentation by  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eizwan Hamdie Yusoff “Autistic Spectrum Disorders: A Brief Overview  from Medical/Clinical  Perspective” (Faculty of Medicine, UiTM)

11:15-12:15    Presentation by Pn. Rusmawati bt. Abdullah (Principle, NASOM)

12:15-12:45    Review & Demo of Humanoid Robot  NAO – Mr. Luthffi Idzhar Ismail (HuRoBs, UiTM)

12:45-13:45    Lunch

13:45-14:45    Presentation by Dr. Mazlifah Omar &  Ms. Hanizah Bt. M. Ali Piah “Overview of Cerebral Palsy” (Faculty of Medicine, UiTM)

14:45-15:45     Presentation by Datuk Dr. M. Mohinder Singh (Honorary Director, SCASFT)  

15:45- 16:30    Rehabilitation Robotics Research Master Plan – Dr. Hanafiah Yussof (HuRoBs, UiTM)

16:30-17:00     Coffee Break

17:00-17:45     Interactive Session and Open Discussion

17:45-18:00     Workshop Outcome Compilation

18:00-18:15     Closing

Workshop fee: RM80/person.

Download final call for participants: Call for Participants Rehabilitation Robotics Workshop 2011 Final

Registration form is avalable in previous entry.

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