STELLA MARIS

In collaboration with the Institute of BioRobotics of the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies:

ROBOTIC AND BIOMECHATRONIC TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE PROMOTION OF DEVELOPMENT OF MIND AND BRAIN IN EVOLUTIVE AGE

The exhibition space intends to present the most transla- tional research projects that have been developed or are still underway at the IRCCS Foundation Stella Maris, in collaboration with the other Partners.

The main common goal of these projects is the development of new methods of robotic and biomechatronic instruments designed to study the neurobiological mechanisms underlying the early development of the mind and the human brain as well as the motor, perceptive, relational and cognitive functions since the early days of life.

These technological approaches range from the study of the development of functions in children with a typical development, to early diagnosis with the precision offered by new technologies, but also to the promotion and enhancement of functions by developing and experimenting with new models of rehabilitation (for example: rehabilitation on line, robotics and education …) in children with neuroscience disorders (movement, vision, language, social intelligence …).