• ErgoDesign proposal aims at developing a multi-disciplinary and trans-disciplinary e-learning course aimed at training HE students to become future designers and producers of implants for health care with special attention to the requirements of people with special needs. The project aims also at creating a community of practice around the topics of ergonomics and bioengineering that could communicate on a collaborative platform, fed with training contents, but also with information and knowledge from the stakeholders.

  • 1st virtual meeting, March 2022

    1st virtual meeting, March 2022

    The leader of the PR1, NTUA represented by Angelos Markopoulos, explained the further steps for this project result. In the incoming weeks all University partners will identify software/digital tools according to the technical specifications defined in PR1/A1 and fill in the template for the description of the software/tools.