Jessica Beltran Ullauri

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Exoskeletons are successful at supporting human motion only when the necessary amount of power is provided at the right time. Exoskeleton control based on EMG signals can be utilized to command the required amount of support in real-time. To this end, one needs to map human muscle activity to the desired task-specific exoskeleton torques. In order to(More)
The reduced foot-ground clearance manifested in the healthy elderly is a major cause of tripping, potentially resulting in the loss of balance and falling. Hence, there is a critical need to study the foot-ground clearance deficiencies in the elderly. However, such studies are limited by the risks posed by experimental conditions to the health and safety of(More)
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