Akay, Metin

Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neurorehabilitation II

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Part I. Characterization and Modulation of Neurophysiological Signals: New Approaches for Targeted Neuromodulation of the Motor Nervous System (I)

1. Motor Outcomes of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Are Dependent on the Specific Interneuron Circuit Targeted
Ricci Hannah, Martin Sommer, Sean Cavanagh, Steven Jerjian, John C. Rothwell

2. Novel Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Techniques to Modify Brain Networks After Stroke
Ulf Ziemann

3. Effect of Feedback Type on the Effectiveness of a Novel Associative BCI Protocol Targeting the Tibialis Anterior Muscle
Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting

4. Static Magnetic Field Stimulation: An Ancient-Novel Member of the Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Techniques
Antonio Oliviero

Part II. Characterization and Modulation of Neurophysiological Signals: New Approaches for Targeted Neuromodulation of the Motor Nervous System (II)

5. A Computational Framework for the Design of Spinal Neuroprostheses
Marco Capogrosso, Erwan Bezard, Jocelyne Bloch, Gregoire Courtine, Silvestro Micera

6. Operant Conditioning of the Tibialis Anterior Motor Evoked Potential to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Aiko K. Thompson, Rachel H. Cote, Christina R. Thompson

7. Cycling with Plantar Stimulation Increases Cutaneomuscular-Conditioned Spinal Excitability in Subjects with Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
Stefano Piazza, Diego Serrano-Muñoz, Julio Gómez-Soriano, Diego Torricelli, Gerardo Avila-Martin, Iriana Galan-Arriero, Jose Luis Pons, Julian Taylor

8. Identifying Spinal Lesion Site from Surface EMG Grid Recordings
B. Afsharipour, M. Sandhu, G. Rasool, N. L. Suresh, W. Z. Rymer

9. New Tools for Old Problems: Magnetic Stimulation to Study (and Help) the Brain
Casto Rivadulla, Jordi Aguilá-Macías, Sandra Prieto-Soler, Juan Aguilar, Javier Cudeiro

Part III. Characterization and Modulation of Neurophysiological Signals: Operant Conditioning of Spinal Reflexes: From Basic Science to Functional Changes in Health and Disease

10. Effects of H-Reflex Operant Conditioning in Humans
Aiko K. Thompson, Stephanie D. Pudlik, Christina R. Thompson

11. Operant Conditioning of the Human Soleus Short Latency Stretch Reflex and Implications for the Medium Latency Soleus Stretch Reflex
Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting, Uwe G. Kersting

Part IV. Characterization and Modulation of Neurophysiological Signals: Experimental Approaches to Restore Loss of Function

12. Human Adult Oligodendrocyte Precursor Cell Biology: The Bottleneck for Effective Pro-remyelinating Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis
Fernando Castro

13. Modulation of Input-Output Balance by the Axon Initial Segment
Juan José Garrido

14. Using LFP Generators to Detect Abnormal Activity in Multiple Networks: A Tool to Explore Diaschisis
Óscar Herreras, Daniel Torres, Tania Ortuño, Julia Makarova

15. The Brain’s Camera. Optimal Algorithms for Wiring the Eye to the Brain Shape How We See
M. Molano-Mazón, A. J. Valiño-Perez, S. Sala, M. Martínez-García, J. Malo, F. T. Sommer, J. A. Hirsch, L. M. Martinez

16. How Do Interconnected Neuronal Networks Adjust to External Stimulation: Parametric Studies of DBS-FMRI
Javier Moya, Daniel Torres, David Moratal, Santiago Canals

Part V. Characterization and Modulation of Neurophysiological Signals: Sensory Restoration and Adaptive Neural Interfaces

17. Monitoring Parkinson’s Disease Rehabilitation from Phonation Biomechanics
P. Gómez-Vilda, P. Lirio, D. Palacios-Alonso, V. Rodellar-Biarge, N. Polo

18. Influence of Interactions Between Virtual Channels in Cochlear Implants: Biological Stimulation Using Current Source Method
Ernesto A. Martínez–Rams, Vicente Garcerán–Hernández, Mikel Val, Eduardo Fernandez, José Manuel Ferrández

19. Epileptic Photosensitivity: Towards Implementation of Preventative Measures
Jaime Parra

20. Neuroplasticity and Blindness: From Clinical Setting to Technology Research
Arantxa Alfaro, Angela Bernabeu, Eduardo Fernández

21. Visual Prostheses—The Past and the Future
John B. Troy

Part VI. Characterization and Modulation of Neurophysiological Signals: Investigating Neural Control Strategies of Movement with EMG Signals

22. Introduction to EMG for the Study of Movement: From Bipolar to High-Density
S. D. H. Soedirdjo, B. Afsharipour, P. Cattarello, R. Merletti

23. A Novel Measure of Motor Unit Action Potential Variability in Nonstationary Surface Electromyograms
Vojko Glaser, Aleš Holobar

24. Neural Control of Muscles in Tremor Patients
Juan A. Gallego, Jakob L. Dideriksen, Ales Holobar, Eduardo Rocon, José L. Pons, Dario Farina

25. Corticospinal Coherence During Frequency-Modulated Isometric Ankle Dorsiflexion
A. Úbeda, A. Vecchio, M. Sartori, U. Ş. Yavuz, F. Negro, F. Felici, J. M. Azorín, D. Farina

26. Stretch Reflexes in Shoulder Muscles Are Described Best by Heteronymous Pathways
M. Hongchul Sohn, Emma M. Baillargeon, David B. Lipps, Eric J. Perreault

27. Identifying Motor Units in Longitudinal Studies with High-Density Surface Electromyography
Eduardo Martinez-Valdes, Francesco Negro, Christopher M. Laine, Deborah L. Falla, Frank Mayer, Dario Farina

28. Transfer Learning for Rapid Re-calibration of a Myoelectric Prosthesis After Electrode Shift
Cosima Prahm, Benjamin Paassen, Alexander Schulz, Barbara Hammer, Oskar Aszmann

29. EMG Discrete Classification Towards a Myoelectric Control of a Robotic Exoskeleton in Motor Rehabilitation
N. Irastorza-Landa, A. Sarasola-Sanz, F. Shiman, E. López-Larraz, J. Klein, D. Valencia, A. Belloso, F. O. Morin, N. Birbaumer, A. Ramos-Murguialday

Part VII. Characterization and Modulation of Neurophysiological Signals: Investigation of the Human Neuromuscular System Using Human Reflexes: Past, Present and the Future

30. Difficulties Faced in Standardized Receptor Stimulation and in Standardized Analysis of Muscle Responses to a Stimulus
Kemal S. Türker

31. The Reflex Circuitry Originating from the Cutaneous Receptors of the Hand to the First Dorsal Interosseus Muscle
Kemal S. Türker, Mehmet C. Kahya

32. Reflex Circuitry Originating from the Muscle Spindles to the Tibialis Anterior Muscle
Utku S. Yavuz, Francesco Negro, Robin Diedrichs, Kemal S. Türker, Dario Farina

33. Jaw Reflexes Originating from the Periodontal and Muscle Spindle Receptors to the Jaw Muscles
G. Yılmaz, P. Uginčius, K. S. Türker

Part VIII. Empowering and Quantifying Neurorehabilitation: Biomechanics and Movement Analysis in Rehabilitation (I)

34. Stance Sub-phases Gait Event Detection in Real-Time for Ramp Ascent and Descent
Hafiz F. Maqbool, Muhammad A. B. Husman, Mohammed I. Awad, Alireza Abouhossein, Nadeem Iqbal, Abbas A. Dehghani-Sanij

35. Is Clinical Gait Analysis Useful in Guiding Rehabilitation Therapy Decisions in Patients with Spinal Cord Damage?
Anna Murphy, Barry Rawicki, Stella Kravtsov, Peter New

36. Phonatory and Articulatory Correlates in Kinematic Neuromotor Degeneration
C. Carmona-Duarte, P. Gómez-Vilda, R. Plamondon, V. Rodellar-Biarge, D. Palacio-Alonso, M. A. Ferrer-Ballester, J. B. Alonso-Hernández

37. Analysis and Quantification of Upper-Limb Movement in Motor Rehabilitation After Stroke
R. Mariana Silva, Emanuel Sousa, Pedro Fonseca, Ana Rita Pinheiro, Cláudia Silva, Miguel V. Correia, Sandra Mouta

Part IX. Empowering and Quantifying Neurorehabilitation: Biomechanics and Movement Analysis in Rehabilitation (II)

38. Effect of Motor-Cognitive (Dual Task) Rehabilitation Program on Gait Biomechanics in Parkinson’s Disease: Case Study
Constanza I. San Martín, José M. Tomás, Pilar Serra-Añó

39. Reliability of Functional Principal Components Decomposition of Ground Reaction Forces in Post-stroke Patients
María-José Vivas-Broseta, Juan-Manuel Belda-Lois

40. Interactive Locomotion of Mechanically Coupled Bipedal Agents: Modeling and Experiments
Jessica Lanini, Alexis Duburcq, Auke Ijspeert

41. Interference During Simultaneous Performance of a Motor and Cognitive Task Involving the Upper Extremity After Stroke
G. B. Prange-Lasonder, V. Robles-García, S. Brown, J. H. Buurke, J. Whitall, J. H. Burridge

Part X. Empowering and Quantifying Neurorehabilitation: Advances in Understanding Human Movement and Motor Interactions (I)

42. Human Movement Execution Control Combined with Posture Control—A Neurorobotics Approach
T. Mergner, V. Lippi

43. Efficacy of Cardiovascular Activity in Stroke Rehabilitation Therapy
Javier Rodriguez, Emel Demircan

44. Modelling Collaborative Strategies in Physical Human-Human Interaction
Vinil Thekkedath Chackochan, Vittorio Sanguineti

45. Soft Robots that Mimic theNeuromusculoskeletal System
Manolo Garabini, Cosimo Della Santina, Matteo Bianchi, Manuel Catalano, Giorgio Grioli, Antonio Bicchi

46. Predictive Framework of Human Locomotion Based on Neuromuscular Primitives and Modeling
Massimo Sartori, José González-Vargas, Strahinja Došen, José L. Pons, Dario Farina

Part XI. Empowering and Quantifying Neurorehabilitation: Advances in Understanding Human Movement and Motor Interactions (II)

47. Towards a Better Understanding of Stability in Human Walking Using Model-Based Optimal Control and Experimental Data
Katja Mombaur, C. Javier Gonzalez, Martin L. Felis

48. Gait Abnormalities of Above Knee Amputees During Late Swing Phase, Is It a Design Deficiency or Compensatory Strategy?
A. Abouhossein, M. I. Awad, C. Crisp, A. A. Dehghani-Sanij, N. Messenger, T. D. Stewart, O. M. Querin, R. Richardson, D. Bradley

49. A Novel Controller for Bipedal Locomotion Integrating Feed-Forward and Feedback Mechanisms
Xiaofeng Xiong, Massimo Sartori, Strahinja Dosen, José González-Vargas, Florentin Wörgötter, Dario Farina

50. A Preliminary Comparison of Stepping Responses Following Perturbations During Overground and Treadmill Walking
Matjaž Zadravec, Andrej Olenšek, Zlatko Matjačić

Part XII. Empowering and Quantifying Neurorehabilitation: Clinical Needs and Prospects of Neurorehabilitation Technology in Stroke

51. Effectiveness of Interventions to Decrease the Physical and Mental Burden and Strain of Informal Caregivers of Stroke Patients: A Systematic Review
E. Rubbens, L. Clerck, E. Swinnen

52. Effect of Providing Ankle-Foot Orthoses in Patients with Acute and Subacute Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Corien D. M. Nikamp, Jaap H. Buurke, Job Palen, Hermie J. Hermens, Johan S. Rietman

53. User Acceptance of a Balance Support System that Enables Unsupervised Training of Balance and Walking in Stroke Survivors
J. A. M. Haarman, J. Reenalda, P. Lammertse, J. H. Buurke, H. Kooij, J. S. Rietman

54. Upper Extremity Training with CUREs Robot in Subacute Stroke: A Pilot Study
Wasuwat Kitisomprayoonkul, Pim Bhodhiassana, Viboon Sangveraphunsiri

55. Preliminary Extraction of Themes from a Review About User Perspectives on Assistive Technology for the Upper Limb After Stroke
A. L. Ommeren, G. B. Prange-Lasonder, J. S. Rietman, P. H. Veltink, J. H. Buurke

Part XIII. Empowering and Quantifying Neurorehabilitation: Clinical Needs and Prospects of Neurorehabilitation Technology in SCI

56. Usability of the Combination of Brain-Computer Interface, Functional Electrical Stimulation and Virtual Reality for Improving Hand Function in Spinal Cord Injured Patients
Manuel Bayon-Calatayud, Fernando Trincado-Alonso, Eduardo López-Larraz, Luis Montesano, José Luis Pons, Ángel Gil-Agudo

57. Kinematic Indices for Upper Extremity Assessment After Spinal Cord Injury: A Case of Study
A. los Reyes-Guzmán, I. Dimbwadyo-Terrer, V. Lozano-Berrio, S. Pérez, D. Torricelli, J. L. Pons, A. Gil-Agudo

58. Physiological Evaluation of Different Control Modes of Lower Limb Robotic Exoskeleton H2 in Patients with Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
Soraya Pérez-Nombela, Antonio J. del-Ama, Guillermo Asín-Prieto, Elisa Piñuela-Martín, Vicente Lozano-Berrio, Diego Serrano-Muñoz, Ángel Gil-Agudo, José L. Pons, Juan C. Moreno

59. Muscle Activity and Coordination During Robot-Assisted Walking with H2 Exoskeleton
Antonio J. del-Ama, Guillermo Asín-Prieto, Elisa Piñuela-Martín, Soraya Pérez-Nombela, Vicente Lozano-Berrio, Diego Serrano-Muñóz, Fernando Trincado-Alonso, José González-Vargas, Ángel Gil-Agudo, José L. Pons, Juan C. Moreno

60. Modelling Neuromuscular Function of SCI Patients in Balancing
Hsien-Yung Huang, Ildar Farkhatdinov, Arash Arami, Etienne Burdet

Part XIV. Empowering and Quantifying Neurorehabilitation: Interpersonal Rehabilitation Games

61. Motivation and Exercise Intensity in Competition and Cooperation Between a Patient and Unimpaired Person in Arm Rehabilitation
Maja Goršič, Imre Cikajlo, Domen Novak

62. Towards Pervasive Motor and Cognitive Rehabilitation Strategies Mediated by Social Interaction
Hoang H. Le, Martin J. Loomes, Rui C. V. Loureiro

63. Collaborative Gaming to Enhance Patient Performance During Virtual Therapy
Michael Mace, Paul Rinne, Nawal Kinany, Paul Bentley, Etienne Burdet

64. Flowing to the Optimal Challenge: AnAdaptive Challenge Framework forMultiplayer Games
Jaime E. Duarte, Kilian Baur, Robert Riener

Part XV. Empowering and Quantifying Neurorehabilitation: Gaming and Rehabilitation

65. Assessing the Gaming Experience of an Applied Game for Rehabilitation of the Arm and Hand Function: A Feasibility Study
Anke I. R. Kottink, Gerdienke B. Prange-Lasonder, Johan S. Rietman, Jaap H. Buurke

66. Combining EEG and Serious Games for Attention Assessment of Children with Cerebral Palsy
F. J. Perales, E. Amengual

67. INTERPLAY—Advanced Console for the Playful Rehabilitation of Children with Neuromotor Disabilities
A. Clemotte, M. A. Velasco, R. Raya, R. Ceres, P. Andradas, C. Talegón, M. A. Íñigo, N. Rando, L. Zumárraga, J. Arambarri, E. Rocon

68. ViTAS Gaming Suite: Virtual Therapy Against Stroke
Diego Dall’Alba, Iris Dimbwadyo, Stefano Piazza, Enrico Magnabosco, Giovanni Menegozzo, Paolo Fiorini

69. Game-Based Assessment in Upper-Limb Post-stroke Telerehabilitation
Cristina Rodríguez-de-Pablo, Andrej Savić, Thierry Keller

70. NAO Robot as Rehabilitation Assistant in a Kinect Controlled System
I. Rodríguez, A. Aguado, O. Parra, E. Lazkano, B. Sierra

71. Hand Rehabilitation with Toys with Embedded Sensors
N. A. Borghese, R. Mainetti, J. Essenziale, E. Cavalli, E. M. Mancon, G. Pajardi

72. Assessment of Exergames as Treatment and Prevention of Dysgraphia
N. A. Borghese, C. Palmiotto, J. Essenziale, R. Mainetti, E. Granocchio, B. Molteni, D. Sarti, T. Guasti, N. Stucchi, A. Pedrocchi, S. Ferrante

73. Examining VR/Robotic Hand Retraining in an Acute Rehabilitation Unit: A Pilot Study
Alma Merians, Mathew Yarossi, Jigna Patel, Qinyin Qiu, Gerard Fluet, Eugene Tunik, Sergei Adamovich

74. Serious Game and Wearable Haptic Devices for Neuro Motor Rehabilitation of Children with Cerebral Palsy
Ilaria Bortone, Daniele Leonardis, Massimiliano Solazzi, Caterina Procopio, Alessandra Crecchi, Lucia Briscese, Paolo Andre, Luca Bonfiglio, Antonio Frisoli

Part XVI. Empowering and Quantifying Neurorehabilitation: Experimental Approaches for Restoring Hand Function

75. Introduction of an EMG-Controlled Game to Facilitate Hand Rehabilitation After Stroke
Mohammad Ghassemi, Rajiv Ranganathan, Alex Barry, K. Triandafilou, Derek Kamper

76. Learning Interference in Dynamic Manipulation with Redundant Degrees of Freedom
Qiushi Fu, Marco Santello

77. Pinching Performance of a Spinal Cord Injured Patient with Exo-Glove with Respect to the Tendon Route Design
Hyunki In, Brian Byunghyun Kang, Kyu-Jin Cho

78. The SoftHand Pro: Translation from Robotic Hand to Prosthetic Prototype
Sasha B. Godfrey, Matteo Bianchi, Kristin Zhao, Manuel Catalano, Ryan Breighner, Amanda Theuer, Karen Andrews, Giorgio Grioli, Marco Santello, Antonio Bicchi

Part XVII. Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuroprosthetics: Wearable Human-Robot Interfaces for Upper Limb Functional Recovering

79. Wearable Elbow Exoskeleton Actuated with Shape Memory Alloy
D. Copaci, A. Flores, F. Rueda, I. Alguacil, D. Blanco, L. Moreno

80. Intuitive Control of a Prosthetic Elbow
Manelle Merad, Étienne Montalivet, Agnès Roby-Brami, Nathanaël Jarrassé

81. Interaction Force Estimation for Transparency Control on Wearable Robots Using a Kalman Filter
Thiago Boaventura, Lisa Hammer, Jonas Buchli

82. Validation of a Gravity Compensation Algorithm for a Shoulder-Elbow Exoskeleton for Neurological Rehabilitation
S. Crea, M. Cempini, M. Moisè, A. Baldoni, E. Trigili, D. Marconi, M. Cortese, F. Giovacchini, F. Posteraro, N. Vitiello

83. A Robot-Assisted Neuro-Rehabilitation System for Post-Stroke Patients’ Motor Skill Evaluation with ALEx Exoskeleton
F. Stroppa, C. Loconsole, S. Marcheschi, A. Frisoli

84. Rhythmic Movements After a Stroke: A Different Motor Primitive Should Receive a Dedicated Training
Patricia Leconte, Renaud Ronsse

85. Multimodal Control Architecture for Assistive Robotics
José M. Catalán, Jorge A. Díez, Arturo Bertomeu-Motos, Francisco J. Badesa, Nicolás Garcia-Aracil

86. Rationale of an Integrated Robotic Approach for Upper Limb Functional Rehabilitation
G. Sgherri, G. Lamola, C. Fanciullacci, M. Barsotti, E. Sotgiu, D. Leonardis, C. Procopio, B. Rossi, A. Frisoli, C. Chisari

87. Novel Mixed Active Hand Exoskeleton and Assistive Arm Device for Intensive Rehabilitative Treatment for Stroke Patients
Michele Barsotti, Edoardo Sotgiu, Daniele Leonardis, Giada Sgherri, Giuseppe Lamola, Chiara Fanciullacci, Caterina Procopio, Carmelo Chisari, Antonio Frisoli

88. Design of a Prono-Supination Mechanism for Activities of Daily Living
Jorge A. Díez, Andrea Blanco, José M. Catalán, Francisco J. Badesa, José M. Sabater, Nicolas Garcia-Aracil

Part XVIII. Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuroprosthetics: Soft Wearable Robotics: Potential for Neurorehabilitation

89. MAXX: Mobility Assisting teXtile eXoskeleton that Exploits Neural Control Synergies
Kai Schmidt, Robert Riener

90. Soft Printable Pneumatics for Wrist Rehabilitation
H. K. Yap, H. Y. Ng, C. H. Yeow

91. Use of an Actuated Glove to Facilitate Hand Rehabilitation After Stroke
Ning Yuan, Kelly Thielbar, Li-Qun Zhang, Derek G. Kamper

92. Design and Preliminary Testing of a Soft Exosuit for Assisting Elbow Movements and Hand Grasping
M. Xiloyannis, L. Cappello, B. Khanh Dinh, C. W. Antuvan, L. Masia

Part XIX. Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuroprosthetics: Next Generation Bionics

93. The Quest for a Bionic Hand
Silvestro Micera

94. Prosthetic Control by Lower Limb Amputees Using Implantable Myoelectric Sensors
Kristleifur Kristjansson, Jona S. Sigurdardottir, Atli Ö. Sverrisson, Stefan P. Sigurthorsson, Olafur Sverrisson, Arni Einarsson, Knut Lechler, Thorvaldur Ingvarsson, Magnus Oddsson

95. A MyoKinetic HMI for the Control of Hand Prostheses: A Feasibility Study
Sergio Tarantino, Francesco Clemente, Diego Barone, Marco Controzzi, Christian Cipriani

96. User Centered Design and Usability of Bionic Devices
L. W. O’Sullivan, V. Power, A. Eyto, J. Ortiz

Part XX. Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuroprosthetics: Advances in Limb Prosthetics

97. Does Sensory Feedback in Prosthetic Hands Provide Functional Benefits in Daily Activities of Amputees?
M. Marković, L. F. Engels, M. Schweisfurth, S. Došen, D. Wüstefeld, D. Farina

98. Synergy-Based Myocontrol of a Two Degree of Freedom Robotic Arm in Children with Dystonia
Francesca Lunardini, Claudia Casellato, Terence D. Sanger, Alessandra Pedrocchi

99. Dynamic Stimulation Patterns for Conveying Proprioceptive Information from Multi-DOF Prosthesis
Milica Isaković, Matija Štrbac, Minja Belić, Goran Bijelić, Igor Popović, Milutin Radotić, Strahinja Došen, Dario Farina, Thierry Keller

100. Evoking Referred Sensations of Missing Digits by Electro-Tactile Stimulation: Preliminary Tests
Marco D’Alonzo, Ahmed I. K. Alsaqqa, Marco Controzzi, Christian Cipriani

101. Investigation into Energy Efficiency and Regeneration in an Electric Prosthetic Knee
M. I. Awad, A. Abouhossein, B. Chong, A. A. Dehghani-Sanij, R. Richardson, D. Moser, S. Zahedi

Part XXI. Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuroprosthetics: Neuromechanical Modeling for Wearable Assistive Technologies

102. A Model of Human Non-stepping Postural Responses as the Basis for a Biomimetic Control Strategy for Robot-Assisted Balance
Maarten Afschrift, Joris Schutter, Ilse Jonkers, Friedl Groote

103. Optimizing Wearable Assistive Devices with Neuromuscular Models and Optimal Control
Manish Sreenivasa, Matthew Millard, Paul Manns, Katja Mombaur

104. Combining a 3D Reflex Based Neuromuscular Model with a State Estimator Based on Central Pattern Generators
T. J. H. Brug, F. Dzeladini, A. R. Wu, A. J. Ijspeert

105. Subject-Specificity via 3D Ultrasound and Personalized Musculoskeletal Modeling
Massimo Sartori, Jonas Rubenson, David G. Lloyd, Dario Farina, Fausto A. Panizzolo

106. An In Vitro Approach for Directly Observing Muscle-Tendon Dynamics with Parallel Elastic Mechanical Assistance
Gregory S. Sawicki, Benjamin D. Robertson

107. Toward Balance Recovery with Active Leg Prostheses Using Neuromuscular Model Control
Hartmut Geyer, Nitish Thatte, Helei Duan

Part XXII. Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuroprosthetics: Motor Neuroprosthetics

108. Clinical Trial Protocol for Analyzing the Effect of the Intensity of FES-Based Therapy on Post-stroke Foot Drop
Eukene Imatz-Ojanguren, Haritz Zabaleta, David Valencia-Blanco, Jovana Malešević, Milos Kostić, Thierry Keller

109. TMR Improves Performance of Compensatory Tracking Using Myoelectric Control
Meike A. Schweisfurth, Tashina Bentz, Strahinja Došen, Jennifer Ernst, Marko Marković, Gunther Felmerer, Oskar C. Aszmann, Dario Farina

110. Injectable Stimulators Based on Rectification of High Frequency Current Bursts: Power Efficiency of 2mm Thick Prototypes
Laura Becerra-Fajardo, Roser Garcia-Arnau, Antoni Ivorra

111. Quasi-Static Control of Whole-Arm Motions with FES
Eric M. Schearer, Derek N. Wolf, Robert F. Kirsch

112. Hybrid Robotic System for Reaching Rehabilitation After Stroke: Reporting an Usability Experimentation
F. Resquín, J. González-Vargas, J. Ibañez, I. Dimbwadyo, S. Alves, L. Torres, L. Carrasco, F. Brunetti, J. L. Pons

Part XXIII. Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuroprosthetics: FES and Wearable Robot Systems in Rehabilitation and Assistance of Locomotion

113. Dynamic Optimization of a Hybrid Gait Neuroprosthesis to Improve Efficiency andWalking Duration: A Simulation Study
Nicholas A. Kirsch, Naji A. Alibeji, Mark Redfern, Nitin Sharma

114. Preliminary Experiments of an Adaptive Low-Dimensional Control for a Hybrid Neuroprosthesis
Naji A. Alibeji, Nicholas A. Kirsch, Nitin Sharma

115. The Potential of Inertial Sensors in Posture, Gait and Cycling FES-Assistance
Christine Azevedo Coste, Benoît Sijobert, Christian Geny, Jérôme Froger, Charles Fattal

116. Online Monitoring of Muscle Activity During Walking for Bio-feedback and for Observing the Effects of Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation
Nathan D. Bunt, Juan C. Moreno, Philipp Müller, Thomas Seel, Thomas Schauer

117. Walking Assistance Through Impedance Control of a Lower-Limb Exoskeleton
Weiguang Huo, Samer Mohammed, Yacine Amirat

Part XXIV. Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuroprosthetics: Novel Technologies and Natural Sensory Feedback for Phantom Limb Pain Modulation and Therapy

118. Natural Sensory Feedback for Phantom Limb Pain Modulation and Therapy
Winnie Jensen

119. Evaluation of the Effect of Sensory Feedback on Phantom Limb Pain in Multi-center Clinical Trials
Ken Yoshida, James Malec, Caleb Comoglio, Kristine Mosier, Romulus Lontis, Knud Larsen, Xavier Navarro, Winnie Jensen

120. On Biocompatibility and Stability of Transversal Intrafascicular Multichannel Electrodes—TIME
Thomas Stieglitz, Tim Boretius, Paul Čvančara, David Guiraud, Thomas Guiho, Victor Manuel Lopez-Alvarez, Xavier Navarro

121. On the Use of Intraneural Transversal Electrodes to Develop Bidirectional Bionic Limbs
Silvestro Micera, Stanisa Raspopovic, Francesco Petrini, Jacopo Carpaneto, Calogero Oddo, Jordi Badia, Thomas Stieglitz, Xavier Navarro, Paolo M. Rossini, Giuseppe Granata

122. Advanced 56 Channels Stimulation System to Drive Intrafascicular Electrodes
T. Guiho, D. Andreu, V. M. López-Alvarez, P. Cvancara, A. Hiairrassary, G. Granata, L. Wauters, W. Jensen, J. L. Divoux, S. Micera, T. Stieglitz, X. Navarro, D. Guiraud

Part XXV. Biological Signal Analysis: Neural Signal Processing of the Pathological Brain

123. Analysis of Functional Connectivity During an Auditory Oddball Task in Schizophrenia
P. Núñez, J. Poza, A. Bachiller, J. Gomez-Pilar, C. Gómez, A. Lubeiro, V. Molina, R. Hornero

124. Event-Related Phase-Amplitude Coupling: A Comparative Study
A. Bachiller, J. Gomez-Pilar, J. Poza, P. Núñez, C. Gómez, A. Lubeiro, V. Molina, R. Hornero

125. Assessment of Effective Connectivity in Alzheimer’s Disease Using Granger Causality
Celia Juan-Cruz, Carlos Gómez, Jesús Poza, Alberto Fernández, Roberto Hornero

126. Visual Detection of High Frequency Oscillations in MEG
Carolina Migliorelli, Joan F. Alonso, Sergio Romero, Miguel A. Mañanas, Rafal Nowak, Antonio Russi

127. On Recalibration Strategies for Brain-Computer Interfaces Based on the Detection of Motor Intentions
J. Ibáñez, E. López-Larraz, E. Monge, F. Molina-Rueda, L. Montesano, J. L. Pons

Part XXVI. Biological Signal Analysis: Data Mining and Physiological Signal

128. A Stress Classification System Based on Arousal Analysis of the Nervous System
R. Martínez, J. Abascal, A. Arruti, E. Irigoyen, J. I. Martín, J. Muguerza

129. Spectral Regression Kernel Discriminant Analysis for P300 Speller Based Brain-Computer Interfaces
Víctor Martínez-Cagigal, Pablo Núñez, Roberto Hornero

130. Supervised+Unsupervised Classification for Human Pose Estimation with RGB-D Images: A First Step Towards a Rehabilitation System
A. Aguado, I. Rodríguez, E. Lazkano, B. Sierra

131. Switch Mode to Control a Wheelchair Through EEG Signals
F. Velasco-Álvarez, A. Fernández-Rodríguez, R. Ron-Angevin

132. The Biosignal C.A.O.S.: Reflections on the Usability of Physiological Sensing for Human-Computer Interaction Practitioners and Researchers
Hugo Plácido Silva

Part XXVII. Biological Signal Analysis: Human Gait Simulation for Exoskeleton Design and Patient Adaptation

133. Evaluation of Motion/Force Transmission Between Passive/Active Orthosis and Subject Through Forward Dynamic Analysis
Francisco Mouzo, Urbano Lugris, Javier Cuadrado, Josep M. Font-Llagunes, Francisco J. Alonso

134. Model-Based Optimization for the Design of Exoskeletons that Help Humans to Sustain Large Pushes While Walking
R. Malin Schemschat, Debora Clever, Matthew Millard, Katja Mombaur

135. Neuromusculoskeletal Models of Human-Machine Interaction in Individuals Wearing Lower Limb Assistive Technologies
Massimo Sartori, Guillaume Durandau, Dario Farina

136. Design, Analysis and Simulation of a Novel Device for Locomotion Support
Rita Cardoso, Miguel T. Silva

Part XXVIII. Biological Signal Analysis: BCI Driven Approaches for Motor-Cognitive Rehabilitation After Stroke

137. An Associative Brain-Computer-Interface for Acute Stroke Patients
N. Mrachacz-Kersting, A. J. T. Stevenson, S. Aliakbaryhosseinabadi, A. C. Lundgaard, H. R. Jørgensen, K. Severinsen, D. Farina

138. Brain Computer Interfaces for Cognitive Rehabilitation After Stroke
Andrea Kübler, Sonja Kleih, Donatella Mattia

Part XXIX. Biological Signal Analysis: Indirect Measures of Brain Activity: A Window into the Mind

139. Short-Term Effects of Real-Time Auditory Display (Sonification) on Gait Parameters in People with Parkinsons’ Disease—A Pilot Study
Anna-Maria Gorgas, Lena Schön, Ronald Dlapka, Jakob Doppler, Michael Iber, Christian Gradl, Anita Kiselka, Tarique Siragy, Brian Horsak

140. Articulation Characterization in AD Speech Production
P. Gómez-Vilda, M. K. López de Ipiña, V. Rodellar-Biarge, D. Palacios-Alonso, M. Ecay-Torres

141. Non-invasive Biosignal Analysis Oriented to Early Diagnosis and Monitoring of Cognitive Impairments
K. López-de-Ipiña, J. Solé-Casals, U. Martinez de Lizarduy, P. M. Calvo, J. Iradi, M. Faundez-Zanuy, A. Bergareche

142. Eye-Tracking Data in Visual Search Tasks: AHallmark of Cognitive Function
Vicente Pallarés, Mar Hernández, Laura Dempere-Marco

Part XXX. Biological Signal Analysis: Feedback Systems for Rehabilitation and Assistance

143. An Auditory Feedback System in Use with People Aged +50 Years: Compliance and Modifications in Gait Pattern
Theresa Fischer, Anita Kiselka, Ronald Dlapka, Jakob Doppler, Michael Iber, Christian Gradl, Anna-Maria Gorgas, Tarique Siragy, Brian Horsak

144. Supplementary Haptic Framework for Dexterous Rehabilitation
Alexandra Moringen, Helge Ritter

145. Cortical and Muscle Response to Focal Vibro-Tactile Stimuli
Tijana Jevtic, Aleksandar Zivanovic, Rui C. V. Loureiro

Part XXXI. Biological Signal Analysis: Role of Input Synergies for Rehabilitation

146. The Role of Inputs Combination to Enhance the Internal Model and Body Control Ability
Fady Alnajjar, Fatimah Harib, Shaima AlAmeri, Asma Almarzoqi, Matti Itkonen, Hiroshi Yamasaki, Nazar Zaki, Shingo Shimoda

147. Feeling of Bodily Congruence to Visual Stimuli Improves Motor Imagery Based Brain-Computer Interface Control
Junichi Ushiba, Shotaro Miyashita, Takashi Ono, Koji Aono, Mitsuhiko Kodama, Yoshihisa Masakado

148. The Repertoire of Brain Synchronized States Accounts for Stroke Recovery
Keiichi Kitajo, Yutaka Uno, Noriaki Hattori, Teiji Kawano, Yuka O. Okazaki, Megumi Hatakenaka, Ichiro Miyai

149. Is Modular Control of Cycling Affected by Learning? Preliminary Results Using Muscle Biofeedback
Diego Torricelli, Daniel Nemati Tobaruela, Cristiano Marchis, Filipe Barroso, José L. Pons

Part XXXII. Biological Signal Analysis: Modular Control in Healthy and Pathologic Subjects

150. Posture Dependent Spatiotemporal Modulation of Dynamic Torques During Sit-to-Stand Movements
Hiroshi Yamasaki, Shingo Shimoda

151. Different Temporal Structure of Muscle Synergy Between Sit-to-Walk and Sit-to-Stand Motions in Human Standing Leg
Qi An, Hiroshi Yamakawa, Atsushi Yamashita, Hajime Asama

152. Changes in Muscle Synergy Organization After Neurological Lesions
Denise J. Berger, F. Ferrari, A. Esposito, M. Masciullo, M. Molinari, F. Lacquaniti, Andrea d’Avella

153. Muscle Synergy Analysis in Transtibial Amputee During Ramp Descending Activity
P. Mehryar, M. S. Shourijeh, A. A. Dehghani-Sanij

Part XXXIII. Biological Signal Analysis: Muscle Synergies: Towards Clinically Oriented Applications

154. Evaluation of a Pose-Shared Synergy-Based Isometric Model for Hand Force Estimation: Towards Myocontrol
Domenico Buongiorno, Francesco Barone, Denise J. Berger, Benedetta Cesqui, Vitoantonio Bevilacqua, Andrea d’Avella, Antonio Frisoli

155. Muscle Synergies Indices to Quantify the Skilled Behavior in Human
Fady Alnajjar, Shingo Shimoda

156. Towards a Myoelectrically Controlled Virtual Reality Interface for Synergy-Based Stroke Rehabilitation
Denise J. Berger, Andrea d’Avella

157. FES-Drop-Foot Correction: From Pre-programmed Patterns to Online Modulation
Christine Azevedo Coste, Benoît Sijobert, Jérôme Froger

158. A Biologically-Inspired Robust Control System for Myoelectric Control
S. Muceli, I. Vujaklija, N. Jiang, S. Amsuess, B. Graimann, O. C. Aszmann, D. Farina

Part XXXIV. Posters

159. Effect of Attention Variation in Stroke Patients: Analysis of Single Trial Movement-Related Cortical Potentials
S. Aliakbaryhosseinabadi, V. Kostic, A. Pavlovic, S. Radovanovic, D. Farina, N. Mrachacz-Kersting

160. Do not Move! Entropy Driven Detection of Intentional Non-control During Online SMR-BCI Operations
L. Tonin, A. Cimolato, E. Menegatti

161. Stimulation Waveforms for the Selective Activation of Baroreceptor Nerve Fibers in the Cervical Vagus Nerve
Thomas N. Nielsen, Johannes J. Struijk, Cristian Sevcencu

162. Motor Unit Coherence at Low Frequencies Increases Together with Cortical Excitability Following a Brain-Computer Interface Intervention in Acute Stroke Patients
Margherita Castronovo, N. Mrachacz-Kersting, F. Landi, HR. Jørgensen, K. Severinsen, D. Farina

163. Response of Spinal Excitability to Different Short-Lasting Motor Tasks: Preliminary Results
Antonio Madrid, Verónica Robles-García, Yoanna Corral-Bergantiños, Josep Valls-Solé, Antonio Oliviero, Javier Cudeiro, Pablo Arias

164. Effect of Electrode Size on Amplitude Estimation of HDsEMG Maps
P. Cattarello, S. D. H. Soedirdjo, B. Afsharipour, R. Merletti

165. Processing of Motor Performance Related Reward After Stroke
Mario Widmer, Andreas R. Luft, Kai Lutz

166. Muscle Activation Variability Is Inversely Correlated with Walking Speed
F. Dzeladini, A. Grappe, C. Simpson, A. R. Wu, A. Ijspeert

167. Spatial Facilitation of Reciprocal Inhibition and Crossed Inhibitory Responses to Soleus Motoneurons During Walking
Andrew J. T. Stevenson, Svend S. Geertsen, Jens B. Nielsen, Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting

168. Probabilistic Locomotion Mode Recognition with Wearable Sensors
Uriel Martinez-Hernandez, Imran Mahmood, Abbas A. Dehghani-Sanij

169. Simulation of Rehabilitation Therapies for Brachial Plexus Injury Under the Influence of External Actuators
Luis J. Monge Chamorro, Cecilia E. García Cena, Marie André Destarac, Roque Saltarén Pazmiño

170. Effects of Balance Training with Resistance Function on Center of Mass Trajectory and Muscle Co-contraction
Leila Alizadeh Saravi, Sung-Jae Lee, Dohyung Lim

171. Relation Between Functional Movement and Kinematics in Robot Assisted Reach Exercise for Chronic Stroke Survivors
Ki Hun Cho, Won-Kyung Song

172. Motor Control Training Enhances Reactive Driving in Stroke—A Pilot Study
Neha Lodha, Agostina Casamento-Moran, Evangelos A. Christou

173. BiMU—Inertial Sensors and Virtual Reality Games for the Rehabilitation of the Upper Limb in Cerebral Palsy
M. A. Velasco, B. Valle, R. Raya, A. Clemotte, R. Ceres, M. G. Bueno, E. Rocon

174. Targeted Dance Program for Improved Mobility in Multiple Sclerosis
A. M. Scheidler, A. L. Tisha, D. L. Kinnett-Hopkins, Y. C. Learmonth, R. Motl, C. López-Ortiz

175. Upper-Limb Motion Analysis in Daily Activities Using Wireless Inertial Sensors
A. Bertomeu-Motos, I. Delegido, S. Ezquerro, L. D. Lledó, J. M. Catalan, N. Garcia-Aracil

176. Reflex Response Modelling of Exoskeleton-User Interaction
Bas J. Kruif, Emilio Schmidhauser, Konrad S. Stadler, Leonard O’Sullivan

177. Adaptation of Stepping Responses During Perturbed Walking in Neurologically Impaired Subject
Andrej Olenšek, Matjaž Zadravec, Nika Goljar, Zlatko Matjačić

178. Delivering Remote Rehabilitation at Home: An Integrated Physio-Neuro Approach to Effective and User Friendly Wearable Devices
Subhasis Banerji, John Heng, Alakananda Banerjee, P. S. Ponvignesh, Daphne Menezes, Robins Kumar

179. Pseudo-Online Detection of Intention of Pedaling Start Cycle Through EEG Signals
M. Rodríguez-Ugarte, Á. Costa, E. Iáñez, A. Úbeda, J. M. Azorín

180. How Many EEG Channels Are Optimal for a Motor Imagery Based BCI for Stroke Rehabilitation?
Ren Xu, Brendan Z. Allison, Rupert Ortner, Danut C. Irimia, Arnau Espinosa, Alexander Lechner, Christoph Guger

181. Non-supervised Feature Selection: Evaluation in a BCI for Single-Trial Recognition of Gait Preparation/Stop
Denis Delisle-Rodriguez, Ana Cecilia Villa-Parra, Alberto López-Delis, Anselmo Frizera-Neto, Eduardo Rocon, Teodiano Freire-Bastos

182. Spectral Entropy and Vector Machines Support for Imagined Motion Detection in Brain-Computer Interfaces
Fabio R. Llorella, Gustavo Patow, José M. Azorín

183. An EEG-Based Brain-Machine Interface to Control a 7-Degrees of Freedom Exoskeleton for Stroke Rehabilitation
A. Sarasola-Sanz, E. López-Larraz, N. Irastorza-Landa, J. Klein, D. Valencia, A. Belloso, F. O. Morin, M. Spüler, N. Birbaumer, A. Ramos-Murguialday

184. Preliminary EEG Characterisation of Intention to Stand and Walk for Exoskeleton Applications
Alex Zervudachi, Eric Sanchez, Tom Carlson

185. Task Influence on Motor-Related Cortical Signals: Comparison Between Upper and Lower Limb Coordinated and Analytic Movements
A. Martínez-Expósito, J. Ibáñez, F. Resquín, J.L. Pons

186. An Empirical Study of Factorization Methods to Quantify Motor Synergies
Navid Lambert-Shirzad, H. F. Machiel Loos

187. Decoding Muscle Excitation Primitives from Slow Cortical Potentials During Knee Flexion-Extension
A. Úbeda, M. Sartori, A. J. del-Ama, Á. Gil-Agudo, J. M. Azorín, D. Farina

188. Recommendations for Games to Increase Patient Motivation During Upper Limb Amputee Rehabilitation
Cosima Prahm, Fares Kayali, Agnes Sturma, Oskar Aszmann

189. Rehabilitation Robot in Primary Walking Pattern Training for SCI Patient at Home
Taisuke Sakaki, Toshihiko Shimokawa, Nobuhiro Ushimi, Koji Murakami, Yong-Kwun Lee, Kazuhiro Tsuruta, Kanta Aoki, Kaoru Fujiie, Ryuji Katamoto, Atsushi Sugyo

190. A Comprehensive Training Mode for Robot-Mediated Upper Limb Rehabilitation
Aitziber Mancisidor, Asier Zubizarreta, Itziar Cabanes, Pablo Bengoa, Je Hyung Jung

191. Learning Motor Coordination Under Resistive Viscous Force Fields at the Joint Level with an Upper-Limb Robotic Exoskeleton
Tommaso Proietti, Agnès Roby-Brami, Nathanaël Jarrassé

192. Improving Upper Extremity Impairments with Tongue Driven Robotic Assisted Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study
S. N. Housley, D. Wu, S. Belagaje, M. Ghovanloo, A. J. Butler

193. Upper Limb Robot Assisted Rehabilitation Platform Combining Virtual Reality, Posture Estimation and Kinematic Indices
D. Scorza, A. Los Reyes, C. Cortés, A. Ardanza, A. Bertelsen, O. E. Ruiz, A. Gil, J. Flórez

194. User Requirements in Multimodal System Design and Robotics
Jean Daly Lynn, Elaine Armstrong, Suzanne Martin

195. A Novel Exoskeleton for Continuous Monitoring of the Upper-Limb During Gross Motor Rehabilitation
Eduardo Piña-Martínez, Ricardo Roberts, Ernesto Rodriguez-Leal, Jose H. Flores-Arredondo, Rogelio Soto

196. Psychophysiological Measurements in a Robotic Platform for Upper Limbs Rehabilitation: First Trials
P. F. Viñas, M. Hernández, J. Pérez-Turiel, J. C. Fraile, A. Cuadrado, R. Alonso, M. Franco-Martin

197. The CP Walker for Strength Training in Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy: A Training Program Proposal
Teresa Martín Lorenzo, Sergio Lerma Lara, Cristina Bayón, Oscar Ramírez, Eduardo Rocon

198. A Preliminary Test of a Portable Prototype System of FES Foot Drop Correction and Gait Measurements with a Hemiplegic Subject
Takashi Watanabe, Shun Endo, Ryusei Morita, Katsunori Murakami, Naomi Kuge

199. A Novel Robotic Walker for Over-Ground Gait Rehabilitation
Jing Ye, Francisco A. Reyes, Haoyong Yu

200. Energy Consumption and Cardiorespiratory Load During Lokomat Walking Compared to Walking Without Robot-Assistance in Stroke Patients: Preliminary Results
Nina Lefeber, Eva Swinnen, Marc Michielsen, Stieven Henderix, Eric Kerckhofs

201. Experiences in Four Years of HAL Exoskeleton SCI Rehabilitation
D. Grasmücke, O. Cruciger, R. Ch. Meindl, Th. A. Schildhauer, M. Aach

202. Control of a Robot Using Brain Computer Interface to Aid in Rehabilitation
Pramod Chembrammel, Thenkurussi Kesavadas

203. Preliminary Evaluation of a Wearable Soft-Robotic Glove Supporting Grip Strength in ADL
B. Radder, G. B. Prange-Lasonder, A. I. R. Kottink, L. Gaasbeek, K. Sletta, J. Holmberg, T. Meyer, J. H. Buurke, J. S. Rietman

204. User Acceptance of a Therapeutic System that Enables Hand Training Exercises in a Motivating Environment
B. Radder, G. B. Prange-Lasonder, A. I. R. Kottink, L. Gaasbeek, J. Holmberg, A. Melendez-Calderon, J. H. Buurke, J. S. Rietman

205. Combining Soft Robotics and Brain-Machine Interfaces for Stroke Rehabilitation
Patricia A. Vargas, Fabricio Lima Brasil, Alistair C. McConnell, Marta Vallejo, David W. Corne, Adam A. Stokes, Renan Cipriano Moioli

206. Simulation of the Length Change in Muscles During the Arm Rotation for the Upper Brachial Plexus Injury
Marie André Destarac, Cecilia E. García Cena, Roque Saltarén Pazmiño

207. Analysis of Optimal Control Problem Formulations in Skeletal Movement Predictions
Gil Serrancolí, Joris Schutter, Friedl Groote

208. From Spiking Motor Units to Joint Function
Massimo Sartori, Utku S. Yavuz, Cornelius Frömmel, Dario Farina

209. Towards Behavioral Based Sensorimotor Controller Design for Wearable Soft Exoskeletal Applications
Imran Mahmood, Uriel Martinez-Hernandez, Abbas A. Dehghani-Sanij

210. Hybrid Robotic System Simulation for the Exploration of Novel Control Strategies
H. Barbouch, F. Resquin, J. González-Vargas, N. Khraief-Hadded, S. Belghith, J. L. Pons

211. First Results on the Joint Use of E2Rebot and Gradior to Improve Cognitive Abilities
J. Pérez-Turiel, M. Franco-Martin, J. C. Fraile, E. Parra, P. Viñas

212. Microsoft Kinect-Based System for Automatic Evaluation of the Modified Jebsen Test of Hand Function
Daniel Simonsen, Erika G. Spaich, Ole K. Andersen

213. Chair Kinematics, A Novel Criteria for Frailty Status Classification
N. Millor, M. Gómez, P. Lecumberri, A. Martínez-Ramírez, J. Martiricorena, M. Izquierdo

214. Gait Exercise Program with a Low-Tech Device for Children with Severe Cerebral Palsy: Physiologic and Neuromotor Effects
P. Barría, E. Tapia, A. Andrade, A. Bandera, A. Moris, H. Henriquez

215. Adaptive Arm Weight Support Using a Cable-Driven Robotic System
Sven Knuth, Arne Passon, Frank Dähne, Andreas Niedeggen, Ingo Schmehl, Thomas Schauer

216. Top 50 Cited Articles in Neurorehabilitation by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: A Bibliometric Analysis
F. Hanna, J. Alfonso-Beltrán

217. ‘VRComponent’: A Virtual Reality Software for Neuro-Rehabilitation with Robotics Technologies
Christopher Ávila, Luis Manso, Pablo Bustos Garcia Castro, Pedro Núñez

Part XXXV. Workshops

218. Cutaneomuscular Spinal Reflex Activity as a Biomarker of Motor Dysfunction and Neurorehabilitation After Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
Julio Gómez-Soriano, Stefano Piazza, Diego Serrano-Muñoz, Gerardo Ávila-Martín, Iriana Galán-Arriero, Julian S. Taylor

219. Promising Tools in Neurorehabilitation: Portable Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Techniques
Antonio Oliviero

220. On Correlation Between the Neural Drive to Muscles and Multichannel Surface Electromyogram Amplitudes
Damjan Karlatec, Aleš Holobar

221. Functional Connectivity and Magnetoencephalography
P. Cuesta, R. Bajo, J. García-Prieto, L. Canuet, F Maestú

222. Prospects of Neurorehabilitation Technologies Based on Robust Decoding of the Neural Drive to Muscles Following Targeted Muscle Reinnervation
Ivan Vujaklija, Silvia Muceli, Konstantin Bergmeister, Oskar C. Aszmann, Dario Farina

223. Adaptive-Oscillator-Based Control Strategy for Gait Rehabilitation Robots
Gong Chen, Haoyong Yu

224. Bioinspired Controller Based on a Phase Oscillator
Thomas G. Sugar, Sangram Redkar

225. An Active Compliant Knee Joint for Gait Assistance: Design and Characterization
Matteo Fantozzi, Andrea Parri, Francesco Giovacchini, Tingfang Yan, Silvia Manca, Mario Cortese, Nicola Vitiello

226. Compliant Lightweight Actuator Designs for Robotic Assistance and Rehabilitation Exoskeletons
Dirk Lefeber, Marta Moltedo, Tomislav Bacek, Kevin Langlois, Karen Junius, Bram Vanderborght

227. Dynamic Balance Assessment During Pathological Bipedal Walking
Zlatko Matjačić, Matjaž Zadravec, Nika Goljar, Andrej Olenšek

228. Individualization of Gait Therapy Through Patient-Tailored Trajectory Generation
Santiago Focke Martinez, Olena Kuzmicheva, Danijela Ristić-Durrant, Axel Graeser

229. The Role of Corticomuscular Transmission in Movement Execution
Andrés Úbeda

230. Muscle Synergies: A Compact Way to Describe and Restore Neuromuscular Coordination
Diego Torricelli, José Luis Pons

231. Electrical Modulation of Cerebral Cortex Activity: Mechanisms and Applications
M. V. Sanchez-Vives, M. D’Andola, P. Boada-Collado, M. Giulioni, J. F. Weinert

Part XXXVI. AITADIS Workshops

232. Pseudo-online Multimodal Interface Based on Movement Prediction for Lower Limbs Rehabilitation
T. Botelho, D. Soprani, C. Carvalho, P. Rodrigues, P. Schneider, A. Frizera-Neto, A. Ferreira

233. Experiences in Development and Application of Simplified Technologies for Rehabilitation and Gait Analysis
Fernando Salvucci, Ricardo Garbayo, Carolina Fernández Bizcay, Rafael Kohanoff

234. Quasi-static Tests on a Low Cost Polymer Optical Fiber Curvature Sensor
Arnaldo G. Leal Junior, Lucas G. Webster, Anselmo Frizera Neto, Maria José Pontes

235. Comprehensive Environmental Intervention for Cerebral Palsy Based on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health
P. Barría, V. Schiariti, A. Andrade, A. Bandera, H. Henriquez, A. Moris

236. Proposal for Clinical Validation of Lower Limb Robotic Exoskeleton in Patients with Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
Soraya Pérez-Nombela, Antonio J. del-Ama, Ángel Gil-Agudo, Mónica Alcobendas-Maestro, Fernando López-Díaz, Jesús Benito-Penalva, José L. Pons, Juan C. Moreno

237. Serious Game for Post-stroke Upper Limb Rehabilitation
Nicolás Valencia, Vivianne Cardoso, Anselmo Frizera, Teodiano Freire-Bastos

238. Wearable Robotic Walker for Gait Rehabilitation and Assistance in Patients with Cerebral Palsy
Carlos A. Cifuentes, Cristina Bayon, Sergio Lerma, Anselmo Frizera, Luis Rodriguez, Eduardo Rocon

239. Effects of the Use of Functional Electro-Stimulation (FES) on the Physiological Cost, Speed and Capacity of Gait After Stroke
S Mercante, E Cersósimo, C Letelier, S Cacciavillani

240. Evaluating Cognitive Mechanisms During Walking from EEG Signals
E. Iáñez, Á. Costa, A. Úbeda, E. Hortal, M. Rodríguez-Ugarte, J. M. Azorín

241. Non-supervised Feature Selection: Evaluation in a BCI for Single-Trial Recognition of Gait Preparation/Stop
Denis Delisle-Rodriguez, Ana Cecilia Villa-Parra, Alberto López-Delis, Anselmo Frizera-Neto, Eduardo Rocon, Teodiano Freire-Bastos

242. Defining Therapeutic Scenarios Using Robots for Children with Cerebral Palsy
Jaime A. Buitrago, Eduardo F. Caicedo Bravo

243. An Approach to a Phase Model for Steady State Visually Evoked Potentials
Jaiber Cardona, Eduardo Caicedo, Wilfredo Alfonso, Ricardo Chavarriaga, José del R. Millán

244. Velocity Dependant Spasticity Detection for Active Exoskeleton Based Therapies
R. Mendoza-Crespo, R. Soto, J. L. Pons

245. Bioinspired Hip Exoskeleton for Enhanced Physical Interaction
Diego Casas, Marcela Gonzalez Rubio, Miguel Montoya, Wilson Sierra, Luis Rodriguez, Eduardo Rocon, Carlos A. Cifuentes

246. Inclusive Approach for Developing a Robotic Vehicle for Disabled Children
H. Fernández, G. Mercado, V. González, F. Bunetti

247. Erratum to: Stance Sub-phases Gait Event Detection in Real-Time for Ramp Ascent and Descent
Hafiz F. Maqbool, Muhammad A. B. Husman, Mohammed I. Awad, Alireza Abouhossein, Nadeem Iqbal, Abbas A. Dehghani-Sanij

Keywords: Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Rehabilitation Medicine, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, Physiotherapy, Robotics and Automation

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Biosystems & Biorobotics
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33 pages
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