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LCSR Seminar: Overview of the human subjects research IRB review and approval process at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Homewood 12:00 pm
LCSR Seminar: Overview of the human subjects research IRB review and approval process at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Homewood @ https://wse.zoom.us/s/94623801186
Feb 3 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Link for Live Seminar Link for Recorded seminars – 2020/2021 school year   Presenter: Laura M. Evans – Senior Policy Associate, Director, Homewood IRB Ken Borst – Associate Director, IRB Operations, SOM Admin Clinical Invest[...]
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LCSR Seminar: Shan Lin “Exploring Robust Real-time Instrument Segmentation for Endoscopic Sinus Surgery” 12:00 pm
LCSR Seminar: Shan Lin “Exploring Robust Real-time Instrument Segmentation for Endoscopic Sinus Surgery” @ https://wse.zoom.us/s/94623801186
Feb 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Link for Live Seminar Link for Recorded seminars – 2020/2021 school year   Abstract: Vision-based surgical instrument segmentation, which aims to detect instrument regions in surgery images, is often a critical component for the computer[...]
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LCSR Seminar: James Bellingham “Ocean Observing in the Age of Robots” 12:00 pm
LCSR Seminar: James Bellingham “Ocean Observing in the Age of Robots” @ https://wse.zoom.us/s/94623801186
Feb 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Link for Live Seminar Link for Recorded seminars – 2020/2021 school year   Abstract: Progress in the ocean sciences has been fundamentally limited by the high cost of observing the ocean interior, which in turn[...]
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LCSR Seminar: Hao Su “High-Performance Soft Wearable Robots for Human Augmentation and Rehabilitation” 12:00 pm
LCSR Seminar: Hao Su “High-Performance Soft Wearable Robots for Human Augmentation and Rehabilitation” @ https://wse.zoom.us/s/94623801186
Feb 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Link for Live Seminar Link for Recorded seminars – 2020/2021 school year   Abstract: Wearable robots for physical augmentation of humans are the new frontier of robotics, but they are typically rigid, bulky, and limited[...]
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Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering

3400 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218-2608

Laboratory for Computational Sensing + Robotics