We are INTER!

INTER includes more than 100 researchers from different fields and universities.

INTER has two main areas of activity, Smart Home and Mobility, each based on two axes: 1. the design and prototyping of new interactive devices and systems, and 2. the evaluation and transfer of technology.

INTER : Over 130 mandates funded to date, and further opportunities for researchers.

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Latest news about INTER

Neuro-musculoskeletal model and application for rehabilitation robotics – Midi INTER – February 2024

View the midi-INTER conference of February 15, 2024
Guillaume Durandau, assistant professor McGill University, Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital How can we inform robotic system controllers of users’ residual abilities? Neuromusculoskeletal models represent digital human twins that allow us to look at...

Summer school 2024: mobility and virtual reality: beyond the real

Du 27 au 30 mai 2024, Marseille
We are pleased to announce the first summer school co-organized by Fedrha – INTER – REPAR. It will take place from May 27 to 30, 2024 in Marseille. Please reserve these dates...

5th Quebec Congress in Adaptation-Rehabilitation Research

The platform for submitting abstracts for oral (new researchers) or poster presentations (students, postdoctoral fellows, research professionals) is now available. You will find the abstract submission form on the congress website. The...

Over 100 researcher members

François Ferland

Université de Sherbrooke

Génie électrique

7 INTER mandates

Bradford McFadyen

Université Laval

Réadaptation

1 INTER mandate

Sofiane Achiche

Polytechnique Montréal

Génie mécanique

9 INTER mandates

Yosra Cherni

Université de Montréal

École de kinésiologie et des sciences de l'activité physique

1 INTER mandate

Recently completed mandates

138 GloveUS

Ultrasound technology to objectify tensions

159 RV-colloque

Integrating virtual reality into sensorimotor rehabilitation: learning from the past, acting now and preparing for the future

143A iVélo-Intel

First tests of the Intelligent Bike Prototype

143B iVélo-Intel

Prototype 2 Vélo-Intelligent-sensory wheel

151 Embodiment technology

Designing technologies to convey embodied experiences of Parkinson’s Disease

144 CAPMénage

Consensus to determine the measures of interest relating to the monitoring of mobility in people who have suffered a stroke

112B Ergocycle

Pedaling… in hospital!

145 Mov-AMP

Validation of the impact of the use of a pneumatic adjustment system on the mobility of transtibial amputees

153A Next Dynamometer

Conversion of a pelvic floor dynamometer to a wireless version for measuring standing muscle function

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