Posters

Poster Session 1 – October 5th, 09:45 – 11:30

Sit to stand strategy in the presence of muscular weakness
Mariska Wesseling (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Co-Exploring Actuator Antagonism and Sensorimotor Learning in a Printable Robot Arm
Martin F. Stoelen (Plymouth University, UK)

Modulation of ankle intrinsic stiffness with joint position during stance
Pouya Amiri (McGill University, Canada)

Volitional dorsi-plantarflexion of a prosthetic foot via implanted myoelectric sensors
Merkur Alimusaj (Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany)

Novel concepts for control design optimization of neuro-mechanical systems
Petko Kiriazov / Dessislava Despotova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria)

Gait pattern adaptations of a neuromuscular model describing walking of a unilateral transtibial amputee
Christian Schumacher (TU Darmstadt, Germany)

Spatiotemporal muscle activation of a sustained contraction until task failure assessed with nonnegative matrix factorization
Didier Staudenmann (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)

Unified framework for control of movement in humanoid robots: a bio-inspired approach
John Nassour (TU Chemnitz, Germany)

Subject-specific modelling of muscle spasticity
Antoine Falisse (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Identification of Time-Varying, Nonlinear Joint Biomechanics Using Linear Parameter Varying Techniques
Ehsan Sobhani Tehrani (McGill University, Canada)

Towards estimation of muscle activity patterns for balance assessment from surface deformations in motion
Loreen Pogrzeba (University of Applied Sciences, Dresden, Germany)

Coadaptation of anticipatory and reactive postural adjustments
Charlotte Le Mouel (UPMC Paris, France)

Optimal Control Of Lifting Motions For Exoskeleton Design To Prevent Lower Back Pain
Paul Manns (Heidelberg University, Germany)


 

Poster Session 2 – October 6th, 09:45 – 11:30

Motor Output Complexity in Parkinson’s disease Patients during Acute Treadmill Intervention
Cristian Pasluosta (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)

Ground level perturbations in human hopping
Dario Tokur (TU Darmstadt, Germany)

Time-Varying Identification of Dynamic Ankle Joint Stiffness during Sinusoidal Isometric Contractions
Mahsa A. Golkar (McGill University, Canada)

Biomechanical Adaptations from Eccentric Cycle Rehabilitation after ACL-R Surgery: a Phase-II Randomised Controlled Trial
Giovanni Milandri (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Frontal plane balancing in the robot Lucy Posturob
Vittorio Lippi (Universitätsklinik Freiburg, Germany)

The Influence of age-related changes on non-stepping balance control: a simulation study
Maarten Afschrift (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Human-inspired model of ball-bouncing sensorimotor control
Guillaume Avrin (Université Paris-Saclay, France)

Kinematic strategies for balancing on a beam when constraining the available degrees of freedom
Enrico Chiovetto (University Clinic Tübingen, Germany)

The strength dexterity test quantifies age-related differences in the sensorimotor control dynamics
Lorenzo Peppoloni (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy)

Estimation of Time-Varying, Intrinsic Joint Stiffness and its Application to the Prediction of Passive Joint Torque
Diego L. Guarin (McGill University, Canada)

Predicting human-machine interaction with optimal control: How much human-model detail is necessary?
Matthew Millard (Heidelberg University, Germany)

FMRI correlates of arm movement speed in the human brain
Seyyed Iman Shirinbayan (University of Oldenburg, Germany)

Moving towards cognitive understanding of human shoulder kinematics
Rakesh Krishnan (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

Optimal control for identifying optimality principles in reaching movements
Monika Harant (Heidelberg University, Germany)