Advanced Neurorehabilitation Technology

Research focuses

  • Neurorehabilitation for brain injured patients
  • Quantitative assessment of therapy outcomes


  • Eye tracking
  • Non-invasive brain stimulation (tDCS and TMS)
  • Telerehabilitation technologies
  • Ambient sensing technologies for quantifying functional outcomes
  • Body-mounted sensing technologies for measuring motion and physiological parameters
  • Neuropsychological assessments

Short description

The Advanced Neurorehabilitation Technologies group is a joint-effort of the Perception and Eye Movement Laboratory (Prof. René Müri) and the Gerontechnology and Rehabilitation group (Prof. Tobias Nef). The research group develops novel technological systems to study, diagnose and train brain injured patients.