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[2011/12/14]Dr. Chung- Huang Yu and his lab members won the first prize of Graphic System Design Contest

Dr. Chung- Huang Yu and his lab members won the first prize of Graphic System Design Contest

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Dr. Chung- Huang Yu and his lab members won the first prize of Graphic System Design Contest

On December 7, 2011, Dr. Chung-Huang Yu and his lab members (Intelligent Mechatronic Assistive Devices Lab, IMAD) from the Department of Physical Therapy and Assistive Technology won the first prize of the 2011 cRIO Graphic System Design (GSD) contest held by the National Instruments (NI) Corporation., which was one of the World's Best 25 Multinational Companies ranked by the Great Place to Work Institute in 2011.

In the project for this contest, Dr. Yu's team integrated the fast-developing environment of graphic program platform (LabVIEW) and the Programmable System on Chip Module (PSoC module) to create a reconfigurable cRIO module, i.e. the same module can be quickly reprogrammed to fit different users' need and can perform totally different functions. It was demonstrated that this module not only can speed up assistive device development but also can be switched to other functionalities.

Dr. Yu is proud that his students can learn to use those hardware devices provided by the NI and design a new module within six months and compete with other engineering-background teams. He hopes the winning of this contest can inspire other students to extend their vision to modern engineering techniques and to bring novel ideas or concept for innovative medical applications.

Dr. Chung- Huang Yu(left 4) and his lab members

Dr. Chung- Huang Yu (left 4) and his lab members


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