ICORR programme

ICORR programme


Session 1: Neural processes for rehabilitation 

Time: 11:00 - 12:15

How do strength and coordination recovery interact after stroke? A computational model for informing robotic training, Sumner L. Norman

Computational rehabilitation of neglect: using state-space models to understand the recovery mechanisms, Giulia Sedda

The effects of silent visuomotor cueing on word retrieval in Broca's aphasics: a pilot study, Klaudia Grechuta

The Effect of Myoelectric Prosthesis Control Strategies and Feedback Level on Adaptation Rate for a Target Acquisition Task, Ahmed Shehata


Session 2: Lower limb rehabilitation robotics 

Time: 15:30 - 17:30

Template Model Inspired Leg Force Feedback Based Control Can Assist Human Walking, Guoping Zhao

A Single Session of Perturbation-based Gait Training with the A-TPAD Improves Dynamic Stability in Healthy Young Subject, Sunil Agrawal

Therapeutic Effects of Anti-Gravity Treadmill Training on Reflex Hyper-excitability, Corticospinal Tract Activities and Stiffness of Children with Cerebral Palsy, Mehdi Mirbagher

Relationship Between Assistive Torque and Knee Biomechanics during Exoskeleton Walking in Individuals with Crouch Gait, Zachary Lerner

Effects of assistance timing on metabolic cost, assistance power, and walk ratio for a hip-type exoskeleton, Jusuk Lee


Session 3: Upper limb rehabilitation robotics 

Time: 11:00 - 12:15

EMU: A Backdrivable 3D Manipulandum for Upper-Limb Rehabilitation, Vincent Crocher

Data Sample Size Needed for Analysis of Kinematic and Muscle Synergies in Healthy and Stroke Populations, Navid Lambert-Shirzad

Robot-aided focal vibro-tactile stimulation therapy for spasticity rehabilitation, Tijana Jevtic

Evaluating an Open-Loop Functional Electrical Stimulation Controller for Holding the Shoulder and Elbow Configuration of a Paralyzed Arm, Derek Wolf

Session 4: Human-machine interfaces 

Time: 15:30 - 17:30

Exer-gaming with a Pediatric Exoskeleton: Facilitating Rehabilitation and Research in Children with Cerebral Palsy, Thomas Bulea

Integration of Serious Games and Wearable Haptic Interfaces for Neuro Rehabilitation of Children with Movement Disorders: a Feasibility Study, Ilaria Bortone

Changes in neuromuscular activity during motor training with a body-machine interface after spinal cord injury, Camilla Pierella

Prediction of User Preference over Shared-Control Paradigms for a Robotic Wheelchair, Ahmetcan Erdogan

Modelling Engagement in Dementia through Behaviour. Contribution for HRI, Perugia Giulia



Session 5: Wearable devices 

Time: 11:00 - 12:15

BioMot Exoskeleton - Towards a Smart Wearable Robot for Symbiotic Human-Robot Interaction, Tomislav Bacek

A Soft Wearable Robot for the Shoulder: Design, Characterization, and Preliminary Testing, Conor James Walsh

Modular One-to-many Clutchable Actuator for a Soft Elbow Exosuit, Lorenzo Masia

Change Detection Technique for Muscle Tone during Static Stretching by Continuous Muscle Viscoelasticity Monitoring using Wearable Indentation Tester, Naomi Okamura

Digest Slide (to appear in the conference program)

During the submission of the camera-ready paper, a digest slide is needed. For your digest slide, please add three to five bullets using the RehabWeek2017_DigestSlide template. You can use a gray scale image within this slide to illustrate your work. The reference format for the image is 6×4 cm (2.4×1.6 inch) with a resolution of 300–600 dpi, and a maximum file size of 300 kB.

Paper Length and Size

Submissions should not exceed 6 pages. Any extra pages must be paid for separately . The maximum file size is 2 MB.

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