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TAR 2015 - Technically Assisted Rehabilitation - Programme March 12, 2015
09:00
09:30
Registration (foyer)
09:30
10:00
Opening TAR 2015 (large lecture hall): Prof. Ahrend (Vice President TU Berlin), Prof. Kraft (TAR Organising Committee)
10:00
11:05
Session 1: MMA I (Movement, Monitoring & Assesment 1) (large lecture hall)
Chair: Rupp
Liverud
A Multimodal Human Sensory System to support Mobile Gait Rehabilitation (PDF, 325,1 KB) [1]
SINTEF
Norge
Seel
Using Inertial Measurement Units for Measuring Body Segment Orientations in Indoor Environments (PDF, 19,7 KB) [2]
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Hawkins
A Generalized Framework for Performance Assessment in Computer-Based Rehabilitation Training (PDF, 11,9 KB) [3]
Institute of Neuroinformatics, ETH Zurich
Switzerland
Ortmann
Assessing the success of stroke rehabilitation with wearable sensors (PDF, 184,0 KB) [4]
IHP
Germany
11:05
11:40
Coffee Break (foyer)
11:40
12:10
Key Note Lecture: Prof. Herman van der Kooij, Rehabillitation Robotics (large lecture hall)
12:10
13:10
Postersession (large lecture hall) - see page 3 for titles
13:10
14:10
Lunch Break (testing field)
14:10
16:05
Session 2: Rehabilitation Robotics (large lecture hall)
Chair: Schmidt
Baiden
Interaction Control of an Assistive Sit-to-Stand Trainer with Multi-Axial Pneumatic Soft-Actuators (PDF, 266,2 KB) [5]
FWBI
Germany
Bartenbach
Joint Misalignment in Robotic Rehabilitation Exoskeletons, Problem and Possible Solutions (PDF, 441,1 KB) [6]
ETH Zürich
Switzerland
Duarte B.
Mechanical Grip Interface for Upper Arm End-Effector Base Robot Rehabilitation (PDF, 56,9 KB) [7]
RWTH Aachen University
Germany
Focke Martinez
User-friendly hip and knee trajectory generation of healthy gait patterns for robotic rehabilitation systems (PDF, 392,5 KB) [8]
Institute of Automation, University of Bremen
Germany
Kuzmicheva
MOPASS – Mobile Robotic System for Individualized Gait Rehabilitation (PDF, 389,3 KB) [9]
Institute of Automation, University of Bremen
Germany
Maggioni
Robot-aided assessment of walking recovery (PDF, 40,3 KB) [10]
Hocoma AG, Sensory-Motor Systems Laboratory, ETH Zurich
Switzerland
Olenšek
Mobile platform pelvic robot (PDF, 1,2 MB) [11]
University Rehabilitation Institute, Republic of Slovenia
Slovenia
16:05
16:35
Coffee Break (foyer)
16:40
18:15
Parallel Sessions:
16:40
18:00
Session 3: Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) 1
Chair: Keller
Valtin
Identification of Suitable Elements within Electrode Arrays for Drop Foot Stimulation (PDF, 7,5 KB) [12]
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Bracher
Wireless Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES): Development of a Novel System for Cycling Applications (PDF, 230,6 KB) [13]
Institute for Rehabilitation and Performance Technology
Switzerland
Klauer
A model for joint angle prediction using EMG signal processing during functional electrical stimulation (PDF, 56,6 KB) [14]
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Malesevic
Gait kinematics improvement as the result of using multi-pad electrode stimulation for treating drop foot (PDF, 370,9 KB) [15]
Tecnalia Serbia
Serbia
Müller
Evaluation of an Inertial Gait Phase Detection for Real-Time Control of Neuroprostheses (PDF, 204,7 KB) [16]
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
16:40
18:15
Session 4: Assistive Technologies
Chair: Sigmund
Werth
Proactive Assistance for Device-Integrated Training Adjustment in Outdoor Rehabilitation Training (PDF, 12,2 KB) [17]
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI)
Germany
Heinrich
Conveying directional information through vibrotactile stimulation (PDF, 11,9 KB) [18]
Klinik für Augenheilkunde, Universitätsklinikum Freiburg
Germany
Henkel
Situation-aware navigation assistance for people with dementia (PDF, 2,4 MB) [19]
Institute of Computer Science
Germany
Panek
Reflections on a Versatile User Interface Framework for Older Persons Optimised for an Assistive Robot Providing Support in Daily Life (PDF, 425,2 KB) [20]
TU Wien
Austria
Rupp
TELMYOS – a telemetric wheelchair control interface based on the bilateral recording of myoelectric signals from ear muscles (PDF, 74,1 KB) [21]
Heidelberg University Hospital, Spinal Cord Injury Center
Germany
Martens
Design and construction of an artificial hand (PDF, 469,9 KB) [22]
Hochschule Wismar - University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design
Germany
18:15
19:00
Fachausschuss-Sitzung
19:30
22:30
Conference Dinner - "Alte Pumpe"
TAR 2015 - Technically Assisted Rehabilitation - Programme March 13, 2015
09:15
09:30
The Cybathlon Championship (large lecture hall)
09:30
10:55
Session 5: MMA II (Movement, Monitoring & Assesment 2) (large lecture hall)
Chair:
BlumentrittChair:
Blumentritt

Dawin
Bending and Torsional Moments - A new measuring system for gait analysis (PDF, 244,5 KB) [23]
University of Applied Sciences Münster
Germany
Feldhege
Development of an intelligent therapy monitoring system for home-based measurement of physical activity, knee joint kinematics and muscle activity (PDF, 221,6 KB) [24]
Department of Orthopaedics, University Medicine Rostock
Germany
Fonseca
Ambulatory quality evaluation of the gait (PDF, 66,6 KB) [25]
RWTH Aachen University
Germany
Jung
The use of Centroidal Momentum Analysis for defining a Stability Index for walking with an exoskeleton (PDF, 209,2 KB) [26]
Tecnalia Research and Innovation
Spain
Kok
An optimization-based approach to human body motion capture using inertial sensors (PDF, 110,7 KB) [27]
Linköping University
Sweden
10:55
11:30
Coffee Break (foyer)
11:30
12:40
Session 6: Virtual and Tele-Rehabilitation (large lecture hall)
Chair: Kraft
Borghese
Video-games based autonomous safe rehabilitation at home under asynchronous supervision by a hospital (PDF, 13,2 KB) [28]
Computer Science Department Università degli Studi di Milano
Italy
Ferreira dos Santos
Feedback Visualisation in Virtual Reality-based Motor Rehabilitation (PDF, 198,7 KB) [29]
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Winter
Tele-rehabilitation for cochlear impant recipients using remote fitting (PDF, 8,1 KB) [30]
auric Hörsysteme GmbH & Co. KG
Germany
Tarkka
Improving disabled arm control through gaming (PDF, 12,3 KB) [31]
University of Jyväskylä, Department of Health Sciences
Finland
12:45
13:45
Lunch Break (testing field)
13:45
14:15
Key Note Lecture: Prof. Katja Mombaur, Model-based optimization for rehabilitation (large lecture hall)
14:20
15:25
Parallel Sessions:
14:20
15:25
Session 7: Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) 2
Chair: Schauer
Rupp
Neuroprosthesis for grasp restoration in individuals with high spinal cord injury – lost in translation !? (PDF, 74,9 KB) [32]
Heidelberg University Hospital, Spinal Cord Injury Center
Germany
Moszkowski
Intelligent technologies as assistive tools during pelvic Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (PDF, 339,0 KB) [33]
Fraunhofer IBMT
Germany
Kutlu
Electrode-Array Based Functional Electrical Stimulation for Upper-Limb Stroke Rehabilitation with Innovative Sensing and Control (PDF, 2,1 MB) [34]
University of Southampton
United Kingdom
Seel
Learning Neuroprosthesis for Automatic Compensation of Foot Drop and Inversion in Stroke Patients (PDF, 12,4 KB) [35]
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
14:20
15:25
Session 8: Prosthetics
Chair: Hoffmann
Altenburg
Biomechanical Investigation of Currently Available Microprocessor Controlled Prosthetic Feet: First Results (PDF, 10,3 KB) [36]
Otto Bock HealthCare GmbH
Germany
Bellmann
Biomechanical Investigation of Principles of Load Transfer in Transfemoral Sockets: An Innovative Study Design and Preliminary Results (PDF, 10,7 KB) [37]
Otto Bock HealthCare GmbH
Germany
Goebel
Avoiding Training Reiterations by Early Forecasting using Stochastic Estimates for Human Pattern Recognition/Regression Training (PDF, 205,8 KB) [38]
Otto Bock Healthcare Products GmbH / Vienna
Austria
Thiele
Optimization of prosthetic alignments with a mobile gait analysis system (PDF, 17,4 KB) [39]
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
15:30
16:00
Coffee Break (foyer)
16:00
17:45
Session 9: Clinical Trials (large lecture hall)
Chair: Kraft
Rodriguez-de-Pablo
Towards the integration of ArmAssist, a system for post-stroke robotic upper-limb quantitative telerehabilitation, in the clinical practice (PDF, 18,2 KB) [40]
TECNALIA
Spain
Bosomworth
Robot Assisted Training for the Upper Limb after Stroke (RATULS) (PDF, 11,8 KB) [41]
Newcastle University
United Kingdom
Roby-Brami
Analysis of reaching movements made at faster speed by spastic stroke patients (PDF, 11,4 KB) [42]
ISIR, University Pierre et Marie Curie
France
Wernicke
Whole-Body vibration in combination with verticalisation in the very early phase of neurological rehabilitation (PDF, 7,9 KB) [43]
Charité - University Medicine Berlin
Germany
Schrader
Continuous passive motion of the foot in combination with vibration in severely affected patients in the early phase of rehabilitation (PDF, 7,9 KB) [44]
Charité - University Medicine Berlin
Germany
Weber
Technically assisted rehabilitation of the hand after Stroke by means of the HFD 200 hand and finger dynamometer (PDF, 179,8 KB) [45]
Praxis für Allgemeinmedizin, Facharzt für Arbeitsmedizin
Germany








March 12, Postersession
12:10
13:10
Postersession (large lecture hall)
Chair: Rupp
Aksoz
Design of a Novel Robotic Dynamometer: An Isokinetic Knee Joint Torque Measurement System for FES (PDF, 198,2 KB) [46]
Institute for Rehabilitation and Performance Technology, Bern University of Applied Sciences
Switzerland
Bremer
Surrogate tactile feedback integration seems to be mediated by tactile sensibility (PDF, 11,7 KB) [47]
Leibniz-Research Centre for Working Environments and Human Factors (IfADo)
Germany
Ivanova
Human-human-interaction for motor learning: A Literature Review (PDF, 82,1 KB) [48]
Rehabilitation Robotics Group (Fraunhofer IPK/Technische Universität Berlin), Department of Industrial Automation Technology
Germany
Despotova
Motor Learning and Optimisation in Gait Control (PDF, 63,5 KB) [49]
Institute of Mechanics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Bulgaria
Rohm
Differences in non-invasive Estimation of the Bladder Volume during Urodynamics by Electric Impedance Tomography and Ultrasound (PDF, 12,3 KB) [50]
Heidelberg University Hospital
Germany
Veneman
Varstiff, an innovative variable stiffness material, applied in a wheelchair postural support device (PDF, 225,6 KB) [51]
Tecnalia Research and Innovation
Spain
Brunner
VIRTUES - Virtual reality training for upper extremity in subacute stroke - Study protocol of a randomized controlled multicenter trial (PDF, 12,1 KB) [52]
University of Bergen
Norway
Blankertz
BCI live - BCI - longterm interface for verbal expression
Technische Universität Berlin
Germany
Ball
NASS - Entwicklung eines neuronal gesteuerten Assistenzsystems für Sprach- und Umgebungssteuerung
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Germany
Stett
Koginast - Kortikal gesteuertes, integriertes Assistenzsystem zur adaptiven Stimulation für die Wiederherstellung der Greiffunktion der Hand
NMI Naturwissenschaftliches und Medizinisches Institut Reutlingen
Germany
Staudt
BionikHand - Bionik-Hand Prothesen-Assistent: Ein Bionik und IKT basiertes Assistenzsystem zur Unterstützung körperlicher Funktionen von Hand- und Oberarm-Prothesenträgern
Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim
Germany
Bremer
GripAssist - Das alltagstaugliche Assistenzsystem zur aktiven Unterstützung von Patienten mit eingeschränkter Handbeweglichkeit
Vincent Systems GmbH
Germany
Feldhege
NASFIT - Intelligente Assistenzsysteme zur Funktionsunterstützung und Therapieüberwachung bei neuromuskulären Störungen
University Medicine Rostock
Germany
Smurawski
Akrobats - Akrobatik@home: Evidenzbasierte Trainingsunterstützung zur alltäglichen Bewegungsaktivierung für Contergan-Betroffene und Menschen mit körperlichen Behinderungen
Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation IAO
Germany
Wörn
MAID - Mobilitätsassistent zur Unterstützung bewegungseingeschränkter Personen
KIT Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Germany
Dalhoff
ICAS-Implant - Akustisches Innenohrimplantat für Schwerhörige
ENT-Clinic Tuebingen
Germany
Graupner
FAIR - Unterstützung körperlicher Funktionen durch hand-free Anwendungen in Erweiterter Realität
TU Dresden
Germany
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