for Robot-Assisted
Eye Surgery



Towards the world first assistive robotic platform for safe and efficient retina surgery procedures.

An innovative technology that integrates advanced

AI methods into a surgical robotic system with an intuitive and multi-modal user interface.

A human-centric AI that supports professionals in trustworthy hybrid decision-making with less training and lower mental fatigue.

A market-ready technology: the project aims to generate tangible and “close-to-certification" technology reaching a Technology Readiness Level of 7 (or even higher).

Democratizing retina surgery

GEYEDANCE technology aims at answering a big unmet socio-economic challenge, providing retina surgery for those patients that are currently treated inadequately or even not treated because of the lack of personnel.

Points of Strength

This is how the GEYEDANCE project will translate methods from Artificial Intelligence to the area of surgical robotics, for an advanced user support in order to reduce the mental and physical load of the surgeon.


The CE certified robot platform PSS (Preceyes Surgical System) from project partner ZEISS


A prototype for a Common-Path OCT (optical coherence tomography) system with extended measurement depth from ACMIT


AI-components developed by two EU leadinggroups ALTAIR Robotics Lab at University of Verona and ARTORG Center at University of Bern


A board of world-wide leading eye surgeons, led by University of Ferrara will provide user insight and evaluate the results

Latest News

COSUR 2024: Summer School on Control of Surgical Robots

The COSUR PhD Summer School targets PhD students interested in the multidisciplinary field of robotic surgery. Following the success of the previous editions (2016-2018-2022), this year’s event takes place at the University of Verona in Italy from 15 to 18 July 2024. The aim of the school is to bridge the gap between robotic surgery …

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GEYEDANCE at the Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics 2024

The 16th Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics (HSMR2024) took place from 25th – 28th June 2024 at the Royal Geographical Society in London, as an annual highlight event of the Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery, at Imperial College London. The symposium offered international surgeons and engineers the chance to network and exchange the latest developments …

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GEYEDANCE at the „Berner Fortbildung für Augenärzte“

The University Hospital of Bern hosts a recurring continuing education event for ophthalmologists. On May 30, 2024, the event focused on „AI in Ophthalmology“. Prof. Dr. Raphael Sznitman, Director of the ARTORG Center for Biomedical Engineering Research and Head of the AI ​​in Medical Imaging (AIMI) Laboratory, delivered a presentation on the recent advancements in …

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