Pawel Pyk

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Group Leader
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I received training in biomedical electronics and computer science, followed by a doctoral project in automatic control and robotics. My research skills are in engineering, including biomedical engineering, electronics, computer science, control engineering, system dynamics, biocybernetics, and robotics combined with medicine, biology, and psychology. My current research interest focuses on application of Virtual Reality technologies for physical and cognitive neurorehabilitation.

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2009

  • Eng, K and Pescatore, A and Chevrier, E and Pyk, P and Holper, L and Schuster, C and Heinrichs, A and Kiper, D Patient Evaluation of a Mirrored Display for Viewing of Co-located Virtual Arms, Proc. World Congress on Med. Phys. Biomed. Eng., 25/IV: 1861-1864, 2009 pdf
  • Wille, D. and Eng, K. and Holper, L. and Chevrier, E. and Hauser, Y. and Kiper, D. and Pyk, P. and Schlegel, S. and Meyer-Heim, A. Virtual reality-based paediatric interactive therapy system (PITS) for improvement of arm and hand function in children with motor impairment--a pilot study., Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 12:(1) 44-52, 2009

2008

  • Pescatore, A and Holper, L and Pyk, P and Kiper, D and Eng, K A Display for Supporting Ownership of Virtual Arms, Presence 2008 270-273, 2008 pdf
  • Pyk, P. and Wille, D. and Chevrier, E. and Hauser, Y. and Holper, L and Fatton, I and Greipl, R and Schlegel, S and Ottiger, L and Rückreim, B and Pescatore, A. and Meyer-Heim, A. and Kiper, D and Eng, K A Paediatric Interactive Therapy System for Arm and Hand Rehabilitation, Virtual Rehabilitation 2008, Vancouver, Canada, 2008

2007

  • Bermúdez i Badia, S. and Bernardet, U. and Guanella, A. and Pyk, P. and Verschure, P.F.M.J. A Biologically Based Chemo-Sensing UAV for Humanitarian Demining, International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, 4:(2) 187-198 , 2007 pdf
  • Bermudez i Badia, S. and Pyk, P. and Verschure, P.F.M.J. A fly-locust based neuronal control system applied to an Unmanned Arial Vehicle: the invertebrate neuronal principles for course stabilization, altitude control and collision avoidance, The International Journal of Robotics Research, 26:(7) 759-772, 2007 pdf
  • Eng, K, and Siekierka, E, and Pyk, P, and Chevrier, E, and Hauser, Y, and Holper, L, and Cameirao, M, and Hägni, K, and Zimmerli, L, and Duff, A, and Schuster, C, and Bassetti, C, and Verschure, P, and Kiper, D, Interactive Visuo-Motor Therapy System for Stroke Rehabilitation., Medical and biological engineering and computing, 45:(9) 901-907, 2007 pdf
  • Siekierka, E M and Eng, K and Bassetti, C and Blickenstorfer, A and Cameirao, M S and Dietz, V and Duff, A and Erol, F and Ettlin, T and Hermann, D M and Keller, T and Keisker, B and Kesselring, J and Kleiser, R and Kollias, S and Kool, J P and Kurre, A and Mangold, S and Nef, T and Pyk, P and Riener, R and Schuster, C and Tosi, F and Verschure, P F M J and Zimmerli, L New technologies and concepts for rehabilitation in the acute phase of stroke: a collaborative matrix, Neurodegenerative Diseases, 4:(1) 57-69, 2007 pdf

2006

  • Eng, K and Siekierka, E and Cameirao, M and Zimmerli, L and Pyk, P and Duff, A and Erol, F and Schuster, C and Bassetti, C and Kiper, D and Verschure, P F M J Cognitive Virtual-Reality Based Stroke Rehabilitation, World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering 2006, 2006 pdf
  • Pyk, P and Bermudez Badia, S and Bernardet, U and Knüsel, P and Carlsson, M and Gu, J and Chanie, E and Hansson, B.S. and Pearce, T.C. and Verschure, P.F.M.J. An artificial moth: Chemical source localization using a robot based neuronal model of moth optomotor anemotactic search., Autonomous Robots, 20: 197–213, 2006 pdf

2005

  • Bermúdez i Badia, S. and Pyk, P. and Verschure, P.F.M.J. A Biologically Inspired Flight Control System for a Blimp-based UAV., (In Press) Proceedings of International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA05), Barcelona, Spain., 2005 pdf
  • Bermúdez i Badia, Sergi and Pyk, Pawel and Knuesel, Philipp and Rogister, Paul and Verschure, Paul F.M.J. A model of moth optomotor-anemotactic chemical search applied to a flying robot., Abstracts ESITO Homepage: http://www.esito-symp.org/2005_TalksAbstracts.html, 2005, 2005
  • Pyk, Pawel and Bermúdez i Badia, Sergi and Bernardet, Ulysses and Knüsel, Philipp and Carlsson, Mikael and Gu, Jing and Chanie, Eric and Hansson, Bill S. and Pearce, Tim C. and Verschure, Paul F.M.J. Chemical mapping and source localization using a mobile robot based neuronal model of moth optomotor anemotactic search., ZNZ Symposium, 2005
  • Pyk, Pawel and Bermúdez i Badia, Sergi and Knüsel, Philipp and Chanie, Eric and Verschure, Paul F.M.J. Building an artificial moth: An outdoor flying platform for optomotor anemotactic behaviour. , ZNZ Symposium, 2005
  • Pyk, Pawel and Bermúdez i Badia, Sergi and Knüsel, Philipp and Chanie, Eric and Verschure, Paul F.M.J. Building an artificial moth: An outdoor flying robot for optomotor anemotactic behavior. , Abstracts ESITO Homepage: http://www.esito-symp.org/2005_TalksAbstracts.html, 2005
  • Pyk, Pawel and Vyssotski, Alexei L. and Lipp, Hans-Peter and Verschure, Paul F.M.J. Design and development of short distance miniature telemetry system for neuronal activity., ZNZ Symposium, 2005

2004

  • Pyk, P. and Bermudez Badia, S. and Verschure, P.F.M.J. Building an artificial moth. An indoor flying platform for optomotor anemotactic behaviour , abstract submitted for The 7th Congress of the International Society for Neuroethology, August 8th-13th 2004, Nyborg, Denmark., 2004
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