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Our Researchers


Vaanya Satwalekar, Singapore

A data survey study of how SynPhNe physio-neuro therapy impacts stroke patients in their recovery journey in the first 4-6 weeks

Varun Raaghav, Singapore

An integrated study of technology and service methods to improve patient and therapist experience with SynPhNe


Arijit Mazumdar, USA

The effect of short video-gaming protocols prior to rehabilitation sessions for stroke patients in Singapore

Sailee Amre, Mumbai

Study of factors that affect technology based home rehabilitation after stroke in Mumbai, India


Bill Pung, Singapore

SynPhNe Accelerated Stroke Rehabilitation System - Lower Limb attachments development


Lee Wei Jie, Singapore

SynPhNe Rehabilitation System - Limb Attachments Development

Derek Shim Cheng Tung, Singapore

SynPhNe Rehabilitation System - Lower Limb Attachments Development

Nor Aini Binte Ayoub, Singapore

Analytics for Data Visualisation


Tommy Kandra, Indonesia

Multi-Axis Motion Control & EMG - EEG Motion Integration


Lam Wai Hong, Singapore

Manufacture & Testing of Prototypes


M Suresh, India

Factors that Activate Neuro-Plasticity & their Reflection in EEG Signals

Deepali Bhatt, India

Passive & Active EMG - EEG Based Gaming

Shantanu Samajdar, India

Mechanical Design & Platform Engineering

Govi Naidu, Singapore

Development of Gel Free Headset & System Integration for Biofeedback


Amogh Raichur, India

Data Acquisition & Conditioning

Gunadi Wihardjo, Indonesia

BCI & Motion Conditioning

Marvin, Indonesia

Brain State Measurement

Kumudu Gamage, Sri Lanka

Upper Limb Orthosis Design

Dorothy Wi, Singapore

Clinical study of EMG patterns for functional hand movements in hemiplegic stroke patients using an arm glove designed for home rehabilitation


William Kangdra, Indonesia

EEG Parameters & Triggers

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