Dissemination

#TitleEvent LocationDateTypeOpen AccessPresenter
1Performance and Satisfaction with Intuitive Multifunctional Hand Prosthesis ControlISPOSouth AfricaMay 10, 2017Poster NOOBHP
2Serious gaming to train pattern-recognition based myoelectric controlTIPSUKOctober 28-30, 2016Poster NOUMCG
3User training for pattern-recognition based myoelectric prostheses using a serious gameISPOSouth AfricaMay 8, 2017Oral PresentationNOUMCG
4A Coordination Dynamics Approach to Test Multi-DOF Myoelectric Prostheses: Preliminary Results TIPSUKOctober 28-30, 2016Poster NOUMCG
5Differences in Sound Hand and Prosthetic Prehension from a Coordination Dynamics Perspective ISPOSouth AfricaMay 10, 2017Poster NOUMCG
6Current Issues with Multi-DOF Myoelectric Hand Prostheses and Indications for Testing Pattern Recognition Based ControlISPOSouth AfricaMay 10, 2017Poster NOUMCG
7User training for pattern-recognition based myoelectric prostheses using a serious gameMECCanadaAugust 16, 2017Poster NOUMCG
8Influence of a transradial amputation on neuromuscular control of forearm musclesMECCanadaAugust 15, 2017Poster NOUMCG
9The Sacred Infrastructure for Computational ResearchSciPy2017USAJuly 10-16, 2017Paper & OralYESIDSIA
10Neural Expectation MaximizationICLRFranceApril 23-26, 2017Workshop Paper & PosterYESIDSIA
9User training for pattern-recognition based myoelectric prostheses using a serious gameISPO NetherlandsNetherlandsOctober 6, 2017Oral PresentationNOUMCG
10Upper Limb Myoelectric Prostheses: User and Therapist Perspectives on Quantifying Benefits of Pattern Recognition ControlMECCanadaAugust 15, 2017Oral PresentationNOUMCG
11Current issues with multi-DOF myoelectric hand prostheses and indications for testing pattern recognition based controlISPO NetherlandsNetherlandsOctober 6, 2017Poster NOUMCG
12Kristoffersen, MB., Franzke, A., Murgia, A., van der Sluis, C. Bongers, R, (2017) USER TRAINING FOR PATTERN-RECOGNITION BASED MYOELECTRIC PROSTHESES USING A SERIOUS GAME. Proceedings of ISPO World Congress 2017 Cape Town, p. 209, ISBN 978-87-93486-01-0.ISPOSouth AfricaMay, 2017Abstract in ProceedingsNOUMCG
13Kristoffersen, MB., Franzke, A., Murgia, A., van der Sluis, C. Bongers, R, (2017) USER TRAINING FOR PATTERN-RECOGNITION BASED MYOELECTRIC PROSTHESES USING A SERIOUS GAME. Proceedings of MEC 2017 New Brunswick, Canada, p.56, ISBN: 978-1-55131-190-6MECCanadaAugust, 2017Abstract in ProceedingsNOUMCG
14Kristoffersen, MB., Franzke, A., Murgia, A., Bongers, R, van der Sluis, C. (2017) INFLUENCE OF A TRANSRADIAL AMPUTATION ON NEUROMUSCULAR CONTROLOF FOREARM MUSCLES. Proceedings of MEC 2017 New Brunswick, Canada, p.57, ISBN: 978-1-55131-190-6MECCanadaAugust, 2017Abstract in ProceedingsNOUMCG
15Franzke, A., Bongers, R, Pobatschnig, B., Unglaube, F., Kranzl, A. Murgia, A., van der Sluis, C. (2017) CURRENT ISSUES WITH MULTI-DOF MYOELECTRIC HAND PROSTHESES AND INDICATIONS FOR TESTING PATTERN RECOGNITION BASED CONTROL. Proceedings of ISPO World Congress 2017 Cape Town, p. 451, ISBN 978-87-93486-01-0ISPOSouth AfricaMay, 2017Abstract in ProceedingsNOUMCG/OSS
16Franzke, A., Murgia, A., van der Sluis, C. Bongers, R, (2017). DIFFERENCES IN SOUND HAND AND PROSTHETIC PREHENSION FROM A COORDINATION DYNAMICS PERSPECTIVE. Proceedings of ISPO World Congress 2017 Cape Town, South Africa, p. 452, ISBN 978-87-93486-01-0ISPOSouth AfricaMay, 2017Abstract in ProceedingsNOUMCG
17Franzke, A., Bongers, R, Pobatschnig, B., Unglaube, F., Kranzl, A. Murgia, A., van der Sluis, C. (2017). UPPER LIMB MYOELECTRIC PROSTHESES: USER AND THERAPIST PERSPECTIVES ON QUANTIFYING BENEFITS OF PATTERN RECOGNITION CONTROL. Proceedings of MEC 2017 New Brunswick, Canada, p.96, ISBN: 978-1-55131-190-6MECCanadaAugust, 2017Abstract in ProceedingsNOUMCG/OSS
18A biologically-inspired robust control system for myoelectric controlICNRSpainOctober, 2016Conference paperNOUMG-GOE
19Does sensory feedback in prosthetic hands provide functional benefits in daily activities of amputees?ICNRSpainOctober, 2016Conference paperNOUMG-GOE
20A biological-inspired myoelectric control systemIFRHJapanApril, 2017Invited talkUMG-GOE
21Robustness of regression-based myoelectric control in a clinical settingMECCanadaAugust, 2017NOUMG-GOE
22Translating research on myoelectric control into clinics—are the performance assessment methods adequate?Front NeurorobotJournal paperYESUMG-GOE
23User adaptation in myoelectric man-machine interfacesSci RepJournal paperYESUMG-GOE