Research Projects
Promoting research, innovation, and independence for all, regardless of ability.
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What We Do

We support a variety of research projects and the development of innovations to strive for a better life for all people, regardless of ability.

Our Strategic Initiatives

Promobilia MoveAbility Lab

The Promobilia MoveAbility Lab at KTH is an initiative centered on assessing how the nervous system employs diverse movement techniques to comprehend the correlation between strain and the adaptation of the neuro-musculoskeletal system. The ultimate aim is to develop tailored assistive devices for individuals with mobility impairments, encompassing both children and adults. In Swedish.


ESSE – EMG control, Sensations, and Sensing for prosthetics

ESSE at Lund University is an initiative aimed at refining the control mechanisms of advanced prosthetics. The primary challenge entails establishing a seamless interface between the prosthesis and the user, achieved through the integration of sensory functionalities and stimuli. The aim is to understand and enhance the user's control over the prosthesis and create a natural sensation through electrical stimulation and audiovisual stimuli. In Swedish.


CBPR, Center for Bionics and Pain Research

At Chalmers University of Technology, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, and the University of Gothenburg, has the interdisciplinary center CBPR been established. The primary objective is to advance research, development, and utilization of novel therapeutic modalities for sensory and motor impairments, including amputations and nerve injuries, with the overarching aim of mitigating disability and alleviating pain. In Swedish.