Raven Sites

RAVEN Sites as of Spring 2016
18 RAVEN Sites as of Spring 2016

BioRobotics Laboratory – University of Washington, Seattle, WA

The Raven I was developed at the University of Washington by Applied Dexterity Co-Founders Blake Hannaford and Jacob Rosen and their students. The electronics and software for Raven II were developed at the UW and the lab continues to support the system while researching cutting-edge techniques for Surgeon skill evaluation, haptics in teleoperation and virtual fixtures.

Bionics Lab – University of California Los Angeles

Under the leadership of Jacob Rosen, the Bionics Lab is responsible for the mechanical design of the Raven 2. Jacob and the Bioincs lab recently moved from UC Santa Cruz to UCLA.

Harvard Biorobotics Lab – Harvard University 

Computational Interaction and Robotics Lab – Johns Hopkins University

Robotics and Mechatronics Lab – University of Nebraska

Center for Advanced Surgical and Interventional Technology (CASIT) – University of California Los Angeles

Berkeley Laboratory for Automation Science and Engineering – University of California Berkeley

CHARM: Collaborative Haptics and Robotics in Medicine – Stanford University

Laboratory of Informatics, Robotics, and Microelectronics – University of Montpellier, France

Robotics Laboratory – University of Central Florida

CSTAR: Canadian Surgical Technologies and Advanced Robotics – University of Western Ontario

Center for Bionics – Korea Institute of Science and Technology

Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery – Imperial College London

Biomedical Robotics Lab – Ben Gurion University

Cognitive and Applied Robotics (CARO) groupMaersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute – University of Southern Denmark 

Center for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (CRIM) – Chongqing Institute for Green and Intelligent Technology

Coordinated Science Lab (CSL) – University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

WWAMI Institute for Simulation in Healthcare (WISH) –  University of Washington Medical School

And more to come!


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