Minimally Invasive Surgery and Interventional Techniques
Department of Biomechanical Engineering - Delft University of Technology
Research projects

ARCHITECT Adaptive Brachytherapy using Customised Needle Applicators23 March 2021 
For women undergoing gynaecologic brachytherapy, we aim to optimise treatment conformity with 3D printed patient-tailored applicators, including spatially optimized needle source channels for intracavitary and image-guided interstitial use. High conformit
Combining the Smart Knife with Augmented Reality23 March 2021 
To develop an electrosurgical knife providing real-time tumour margin assessment
ATLAS AuTonomous intraLuminAl Surgery (2018-2022)23 March 2021 
Development of smart flexible robots that autonomously propel through complex deformable tubular structures.
Sensing in Surgery23 March 2021 
Sensing in Surgery will bring existing soft tissue sensing technology in the clinic and provide surgeon with extra sensing information so that tissue damage, incomplete tumour resection, and pain can be largely reduced.
SMART Surgical System23 March 2021 
SMART surgical system: High-quality medical devices making minimally invasive surgery applicable to low-resource settings
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