Welcome to the Automation and Interventional Medicine (AIM) Robotics Research Laboratory at WPI

Medical robotics and computer integrated surgery is a multi-disciplinary field dedicated to providing as much information as possible to a surgeon during a procedure, and then using that information in a way to produce better outcomes. The focus of the research in the WPI AIM Lab is on medical robotics - the link that enables "closed loop medicine" by using real time feedback to guide a surgical procedure. In order to take the most advantage of robots in surgery, we work toward integrating real-time medical imaging with the interventional procedure.

Check out our YouTube Channel for videos an an overview of our work:

The primary focus of the WPI AIM Lab is to design and develop enabling technologies for medical robotics and robot-assisted surgery.

The Director for this Laboratory is Prof. Gregory Fischer

This laboratory is affiliated with
Department of Mechanical Engineering
WPI Robotics Engineering

Some of our key research areas are: