AssisTech Sp. z o.o.
Bartosz Kunka was born in 1983 in Poland. In 2007 graduated the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics at Gdansk University of Technology. In 2012 received his Ph.D. degree. The thesis was devoted to eye-gaze tracking system as a tool supporting audio-visual correlations. For many years engaged in research related to the development of eye-tracking system and its use in the study of consciousness and neurological rehabilitation. Chief Executive Officer of AssisTech company since 2014. Responsible for research and development, interdisciplinary relations with medical and scientific environment and coordination of clinical studies employing the C-Eye system (manufactured by AssisTech).
Winner of many awards in Poland and abroad, e.g. First Prime Minister of Republic of Poland Award for scientific and technical achievements in 2013. Since 2014 the CEO of AssisTech.
C-Eye system – brain rehabilitation via visual channel
Neurorehabilitation concerned with cognitive functions stimulation is very important. It is a time-consuming process requiring cyclic, systematic work and motivation of all involved people. The main purpose of the C-Eye system is to assist the evaluation of the state of consciousness, neurorehabilitation related to stimulating senses and cognitive performance of patients suffering from neurological disorders as well as communication and entertainment which improve the quality of life of disabled patients.
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