Dr Xinli Du joined Brunel Institute for Bioengineering as a Research Lecturer in August 2010. Xinli’s PhD degree was awarded by Loughborough University (U.K.) Control Systems Research Group in 2008. He then joined Aston University working as a Research Associate. His research has focused on smart surgical tools and multiple sensing technology. Some successful projects include a surgical robotic micro-drill and a smart tackle sensing surface.
Newest selected publications
Du, X., Mikov, N., Mohagheghi, A., Kilbride, C., Norris, M. and Brett, P. (2019) 'A tactile sensing approach in stroke rehabilitation'. Mechatronics, 59. pp. 213 - 220. ISSN: 0957-4158 Open Access Link
Hou, L., Du, X. and Boulgouris, NV. (2018) 'A Novel Sensing System for Robotic Cochlear Implants Electrode Array Placement'.2018 7th IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (Biorob). IEEE. pp. 1133 - 1137. ISSN: 2155-1774
Du, X. (2018) 'IMAGE-GUIDED ROBOTIC COCHLEAR IMPLANT SURGERY', inThe Encyclopedia of Medical Robotics. World Scientific. , Volume 3: Image-guided Surgical Procedures and Interventions. pp. 257 - 286. ISBN 13: 9789813232297.
Hou, L., Du, X. and Boulgouris, NV. (2018) 'Capacitance Measures during Cochlear Implants Electrode Array Positioning'.the 2018 10th International Conference. ACM Press. pp. 78 - 82.
Du, X. (2018) 'A Drilling Technology Sensing Interaction with Cut Mediums to Discriminate Behaviour and Properties of Mediums Ahead on the Tool Path', inMechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice 3. Springer. pp. 15 - 22. ISBN 13: 9783319769462.