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Shinsuk Park
Name
Shinsuk Park | Associate Professor
Tel
+82-2-3290-3373
Fax
+82-2-926-9290
E-mail
drsspark@korea.ac.kr
address
313, School of Mechanical Engineering, Korea University, Anamdong, 5-Ga, Sungbuk-Gu, Seoul, Korea, 136-713
Education
Feb. 1989 B.S. Dept. of Mechanical Design and Production Engineering, Seoul National University, KOREA
Feb. 1991 M.S. Dept. of Mechanical Design and Production Engineering, Seoul National University, KOREA
May. 1999 Ph.D. Dep. of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts institute of technology, USA
Lab.
Human-Machine Systems Lab.
Biosignal-Based Human-Machine Interface
The human-machine interfaces (HMI) involve physical interactions between the machine and the human. Well-designed interactions between the user and the machine are required to enhance the performance of the human-machine systems. As new technologies in computer and robotics enter the human environment, novel types of HMI are required to be able to extract the user’s intention more correctly. Recently, there are appearing biosignal-based HMI’s. These novel types of HMI cover the EEG, the EMG, and the spinal cord. These new technologies can be extended to rehabilitation research.
Surgical Robotic System
We are currently developing an integrated robotic surgical system for minimally invasive surgery. The surgical system features the controller for master-slave robotic system and visual display based on augmented reality. This immersive and intuitive HMI allows the surgeon to manipulate the surgical robotic system, as if one is operating inside the patient’s bodies.
Surgical Planning and Surgical Navigation
Recently, novel technologies as surgical planning and surgical navigation have been gaining attention in the operating room. Medical imaging technologies enhance the surgery by improving safety, as well as precision. The medical imaging technology can enhance the surgery even further, when combined with the augmented reality. We are currently developing the techniques for surgical planning and surgical navigation, which enhance the sensory feedback for the surgeon in the operating room.
Teleoperation and Haptic/Force Feedback
Tele-presence refers to a set of technologies which allow a person to feel as if they were present, to give the appearance that they were present, or to have an effect, at a location other than their true location. We are currently developing haptic devices that allow force feedback for teleoperated robotic construction system