Frank Delbressine is Assistant Professor in the Future Everyday cluster. He leads the Medical Simulation laboratory, the Mobility Laboratory and the Neonatal Simulation lab. Delbressine is interested in Smart Mobility and in Health-related industrial design. He is especially interested in design for Autonomous Vehicles and Medical Simulation. He has a background in mechanical design, engineering and manufacturing.
Delbressine has authored or co-authored around 40 papers on mechanical design, precision engineering, medical simulation and smart mobility. He currently coaches 6 PhD students. He has organized a large conference on Precision Engineering and is author or co-author of three patents.
Reading During Fully Automated DrivingIEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2022)
Exploration of Contributory Factors to an Unpleasant Bracing Experience of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis PatientsChildren (2022)
Level of motion sickness based on heart rate variability when reading inside a fully automated vehicleMechanical Engineering for Society and Industry (2022)
Transfer Of A Preterm Baby From A Natural Womb(2022)
Theoretical and quantitative analysis of cyanosis colouration in newbornIndonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (2022)
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