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Robotics Meets Cosmetic Dermatology

About the Research

The aim of this project is to develop a robot to automate the manipulation of instruments in aesthetic dermatology procedures. This project is supported by RODS under grants H-ZDBA and H-ZDBU.


Related Papers

  • M. Muddassir, G. Limbert, B. Zhang, A. Duan, J.-J. Tan and D. Navarro-Alarcon. Model Predictive Thermal Dose Control of a Robotic Laser System to Automate Skin Photorejuvenation, 2022. [pdf]

  • M. Muddassir, G. Limbert, and D. Navarro-Alarcon. Development of a Multi-layer Model of Skin Subjected to Pulsed Laser Irradiation to Optimise Thermal Stimulation in Photorejuvenation Procedure, Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 2022. [pdf]

  • M. Muddassir, D. Gomez, S. Chen, L. Hu and D. Navarro-Alarcon. Robotics Meets Cosmetic Dermatology: Development of a Novel Vision-Guided System for Skin Photo-Rejuvenation, IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (T-MECH), 2022. [pdf]

  • M. Muddassir, S. Chan, D. Gomez and D. Navarro-Alarcon. Can, Can a Robot Outperform a Human Operator in Skin Photorejuvenation? Cosmet Dermatol. 2021; 00: 1– 2. [pdf]

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