Anthropomorphic robotic hand
Anthropomorphic robotic hand, developed by Prof. Dr. Mehmed Özkan as the principal investigator and in collaboration with other BME faculty members Dr. Burak Güçlü and Dr. Özgür Kocatürk is supported by TÜBİTAK. The team aims at a novel prosthetic device that can fulfill both mechanical and sensory functions. This takes major fundamental and applied research in several BME laboratories (e.g., Robotics, Tactile Research, Clean Room and Biomechanics) of the Institute. See more (in Turkish, in the article published in Haber Türk).