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Publikationen

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Sport Publication

Comparison of Plantar Dynamics during Four Sports Gestures in Rugby Players

To describe and compare plantar dynamics during four sports gestures in rugby players through speed, strength and balance.
Validation Paper

Validity and Reliability of the Insole3 Instrumented Shoe Insole for Ground Reaction Force Measurement during Walking and Running

This study evaluated whether the Insole3 is a valid and reliable alternative to force plates for measuring vGRF.
Clinical Publication

Detecting and Assessing Older Adults’ Stressful Interactions with the Built Environment: An Elderly-Centric and Wearable Sensing-Based Approach

The overall goal of this research is: 1 to enable practitioners to detect stressful older adults-environment interactions in near real-time and 2 to bring to the limelight the influence of urban environment configuration
Sport Publication

Comparison of Plantar Dynamics during Four Sports Gestures in Rugby Players

To describe and compare plantar dynamics during four sports gestures in rugby players through speed, strength and balance.
Validation Paper

Validity and Reliability of the Insole3 Instrumented Shoe Insole for Ground Reaction Force Measurement during Walking and Running

This study evaluated whether the Insole3 is a valid and reliable alternative to force plates for measuring vGRF.
Clinical Publication

Detecting and Assessing Older Adults’ Stressful Interactions with the Built Environment: An Elderly-Centric and Wearable Sensing-Based Approach

The overall goal of this research is: 1 to enable practitioners to detect stressful older adults-environment interactions in near real-time and 2 to bring to the limelight the influence of urban environment configuration
Clinical Publication, Sport Publication

Comparison of ROM, perceived tightness, and kinetic variables during balance, walking, and running tasks in athletes with and without hamstring tightness using sensor insoles

The aim of the present study was to compare ROM, perceived tightness, and kinetic variables during balance, walking, and running tasks in athletes with and without hamstring tightness.