Professor Fichera’s research interests are in the application of robotics and computer science to enhance medicine, and particularly surgery. Close interaction with medical doctors is a fundamental component of his research.
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Arnold, A., & Fichera, L. (2022). Identification of tissue optical properties during thermal laser‐tissue interactions: An ensemble Kalman filter‐based approach. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, 38(4), e357
Freeman, M. H., Gafford, J. B., Fichera, L., Noble, J., Webster III, R. J., & Labadie, R. F. (2022). Transeustachian Middle Ear Endoscopy Using a Steerable Distal-Camera Tipped Endoscope. Otology & Neurotology, 43(2), 206-211.
Fichera, L. (2021). Bringing the light inside the body to perform better surgery. Science Robotics, 6(50), eabf1523.
Pacheco, N. E., Gafford, J. B., Atalla, M. A., Webster III, R. J., & Fichera, L. (2021). Beyond Constant Curvature: A New Mechanics Model for Unidirectional Notched-Tube Continuum Wrists. Journal of Medical Robotics Research, 6(01n02), 2140004.
Fichera, L., Dillon, N. P., Zhang, D., Godage, I. S., Siebold, M. A., Hartley, B. I., ... & Webster, R. J. (2017). Through the eustachian tube and beyond: A new miniature robotic endoscope to see into the middle ear. IEEE robotics and automation letters, 2(3), 1488-1494.
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