Dr TEO Chee Leong
Associate Professor



National University of Singapore
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Contact: +65-6516-2259

Dr. Teo graduated from the National University of Singapore with a B.Eng in Mechanical Engineering (1st Class Honors). Subsequently he joined NUS as a Senior Tutor and left to do his Ph.D at the University of California, Berkeley. He then came back to join NUS as a lecturer in 1988. His research is in controls of mechanical systems and mechatronics. He currently is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and the director of the NUS Overseas College.

Qualification
PhD (UC Berkeley), B.Eng (NUS)

Research Interests
Controls of Mechanical Systems
Robotic wheelchair
Rehabilitation robotics
Link: http://www.bg.ic.ac.uk/staff/burdet/ZENG.html http://guppy.mpe.nus.edu.sg/~teocl/rehabilitation/project.html

Selected Publications
ES Boy, E Burdet, CL Teo and JE Colgate (2007), Experimental Evaluation of Motion Guidance with a Cobot. IEEE Transactions on Robotics 23(2): 245-55.

B Rebsamen, E Burdet, C Guan, CL Teo, Q Zeng, C Laugier and M Ang (2007), Navigating ones Wheelchair in a Building by Thought. IEEE Intelligent Systems 22: 18-24 (featured article).

O Lambercy, L Dovat, R Gassert, CL Teo, T Milner and E Burdet (2007), A Haptic Knob for Rehabilitation of Hand Function. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 15(3): 356-66.

Q Zeng, E Burdet, B Rebsamen and CL Teo (2008), A Collaborative Wheelchair System. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 16(2): 161-70.

Q Zeng, E Burdet, B Rebsamen and CL Teo (2008), Collaborative Path Planning for a Robotic Wheelchair, Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 3(6): 315-24.

Q Zeng, E Burdet and CL Teo (2008), Evaluation of a Collaborative Wheelchair System in Cerebral Palsy and Traumatic Brain Injury Users, Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 23(5):494-504.

L Dovat, O Lambercy, R Gassert, T Maeder, CL Teo, T Milner and E Burdet (2008), HandCARE: A Cable-Actuated Rehabilitation Equipment to Train Hand Function after Stroke. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 16(6): 582-91.