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Artur Banach

Artur Banach

Artur graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering in Automatic Control and Robotics from Poznan University of Technology in Poland in 2016. He then attended Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena in Spain for 4 months as part of the Erasmus exchange program. Artur completed his Masters of Research in Medical Robotics and Image Guided Intervention at the Hamlyn Centre, Imperial College London in 2017, where he introduced Active Constraints for Tool-Shaft Collision Avoidance in Minimally Invasive Surgery on the Da Vinci Surgical System.

He is currently pursuing his PhD in Surgical Robotics at QUT, joining the Centre in late 2018. His interest covers innovating the field of surgery by looking for solutions to sublimely reduce patient suffering and improve quality of life. More precisely, he is investigating the challenges of robotic-assisted and image guided intervention in order to increase safety of minimally invasive procedures. In his free time Artur is committed to surfing, wintersports, backpacking and self-development. He was also a member of the Polish National Team in Olympic Windsurfing Class.

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