Delsys Seminar Series
Staying true to its research-based foundation, Delsys regularly invites researchers from around the world to present their work to the Delsys R&D team, staff, and invited guests. Hosted at the Delsys headquarters in Natick, MA, USA, this Seminar forum allows researchers to share their ideas in a friendly and stimulating environment. Both the Delsys team and the presenter have the opportunity to gain useful insight, whether it be identifying new research avenues, learning how different analysis techniques can enhance results, or understanding how Delsys technology can be used or improved to fit certain protocols. We invite you to explore the work of researchers that we have previously hosted under Past Seminars, and encourage you to keep an eye out for upcoming seminars.
If you will be in the Boston area during a seminar, please feel free to inquire about attending by contacting email@example.com.
October 27, 2017
Dr. Cara Stepp
Predicting optimal surface electromyographic control of human-machine interface devices in individuals with motor impairments
September 26, 2017
Dr. Krystyna Gielo-Perczak
Musculoskeletal Modeling of Shoulder Joint Strength and Future Challenges for Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy
June 16, 2017
Dr. Maria Vinti
From the Real to the Virtual: Why and How?
Dr. Yasuharu Koike
Human Interface based on Musculoskeletal system
Autonomous tracking of bradykinesia in Parkinson’s disease during unscripted activities
Dr. Ka-Chun (Joseph) Siu
The use of EMG measures on human performance and learning in minimally invasive surgery
Autonomous tracking of bradykinesia during unconstrained activities in Parkinson’s disease
Dr. Helen Huang
Robotic Limb Prostheses
Dr. W. Zev Rymer
Clinical Applications For Advanced Electromyographic Techniques:
A Field In Transition
Dr. Katherine Boyer
acute pain flares in OA
Dr. Fuminari Kaneko
Introduction of a novel augmented reality rehab system and the effect of cognitive stimulus on motor function in patients with stroke
Dr. Angus Hunter
Motor Unit Behaviour following Skeletal Muscle and Cortico-Spinal Perturbations
Dr. Bahar Sharafi
The Reactive Control
of Balance or:
How Do We Not Fall?