Victor Sluiter studied Electrical and Electrotechnical Engineering at Saxion University of Applied Sciences, and got his degree in 2001. After that he worked as a design engineer in several companies, before switching to the University of Twente in 2010. Within the University he has designed several setups (for example: PowerSensor ), and helped in the realization of the electrical part of setups for the department of Biomechanical Engineering.
At this moment he is (mainly) working in three projects:
- BioMechTools where he works together with a PhD student to create an ultrasound-based setup to track bone in the human body in 3D.
- Symbitron, which is aiming to make a personalized exoskeleton. The Wiki describes our EtherLab setup.
- The ArmWorks Lab, where he consults in the equipment and / or measurement methods to be used.
Since 2013 he is giving the “programming” course in the Minor Biorobotics, using the mbed platform.
Fields of interest
Sensors, data acquisition, realtime control, ultrasound, inertial sensing, EtherCAT, motor control, electrical engineering.