INRS - an interdisciplinary conference since 2006

The INRS was originally organized by the IISART member Hocoma. In 2004, 110 individuals attended the first robotic symposium that was organized as an interdisciplinary side event of the WFNR and DMGP conferences. As a result of the overwhelmingly positive and encouraging feedback, the organizers decided to initiate the INRS, the International NeuroRehabilitation Symposium, as a platform for all players in the field of rehabilitation technology, to meet, exchange knowledge and build partnerships. The first INRS in 2006 was conducted in close collaboration with the University Hospital Balgrist and attracted 280 attendees with very diverse backgrounds. Since then, the INRS is organized biannually.

INRS 2006

The first INRS in 2006 was conducted in close collaboration with the University Hospital Balgrist and attracted 280 attendees with very diverse backgrounds (clinicians, engineers, sales partners).

INRS 2009

In 2009, the INRS was organized by Hocoma together with the research projects “Spinal Cord Repair” und MIMICS, with 385 attendees (clinicians, engineers, medical device companies, students, other).

INRS 2011

In 2011, ICORR, INRS and ICVR joined forces to bring together engineers, clinical researchers, practicing clinicians and industry representatives for the first RehabWeek, and attracted over 650 attendees from all around the world. For more visit www.rehabweekzurich.com

INRS 2013

Over 400 attendees from 39 countries to attend the INRS, which was co-organized by Hocoma and the research project groups REWIRE, INTERACTION, KFSP, SGNR, COST Action and the Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital of the University of Zurich.

INRS 2015

In 2015, INRS was joined by the ICVR and by the International Conference on Recent Advances in Neurorehabilitation (ICRAN) to conduct the second RehabWeek in Valencia, Spain. Over 500 people found their way to Spain.

INRS 2017

In 2017, the INRS was organized by the IISART conference group for the first time, along with the following INRS co-organizers: the eNHANCE research project, the Wellington Hospital and the World Federation of NeuroRehabilitation. The INRS was one of the four conferences meeting for RehabWeek 2017 in London, UK. The other conferences were the International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, the International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society and the British Society for Rehabilitation Medicine. The event attracted over 1000 attendees to the Thames and broke many records!

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