Powered exoskeleton, Simulation, Actuator, Soft robotics and Ankle are his primary areas of study. His study in Simulation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Wearable computer, Torque, Motion capture and Biomechanics. His Actuator research incorporates elements of Fluidics, Mechanical engineering, Control engineering, Structural engineering and Robot.
His Soft robotics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Bridge to transplant, Capacitive displacement sensor and Heart-Assist Devices. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Work and Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Exoskeleton. His work carried out in the field of Physical medicine and rehabilitation brings together such families of science as Treadmill and Physical therapy.
His primary scientific interests are in Powered exoskeleton, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Actuator, Simulation and Soft robotics. Conor J. Walsh has researched Powered exoskeleton in several fields, including Ankle, Gait, Treadmill and Work. His studies in Physical medicine and rehabilitation integrate themes in fields like Rehabilitation, Wearable robot and Stroke.
His work deals with themes such as Mechanical engineering, Robot and Control engineering, which intersect with Actuator. He combines subjects such as Mechanism, Control theory, Torque and Hip extension with his study of Simulation. His Soft robotics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Robotics and Biomedical engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Powered exoskeleton, Actuator, Soft robotics and Wearable computer. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rehabilitation, Inertial measurement unit and Ground reaction force. His Powered exoskeleton research includes themes of Ankle, Hip extension, Gait and Work.
The concepts of his Actuator study are interwoven with issues in Robot and Oscillation. His Soft robotics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Manufacturing engineering, Textile technology and Textile sensors. Conor J. Walsh has included themes like Resilience, Mechanical engineering, Sensitivity, Bending and Resistive touchscreen in his Wearable computer study.
Conor J. Walsh mostly deals with Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Actuator, Powered exoskeleton, Exoskeleton and Mechanical engineering. Conor J. Walsh studied Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Work that intersect with Rehabilitation, Inflatable, Minimal clinically important difference, Post stroke and Soft robotics. His studies deal with areas such as Acoustics and Robot as well as Actuator.
His Powered exoskeleton research includes elements of Gait and Hip extension. Conor J. Walsh regularly ties together related areas like Ankle in his Exoskeleton studies. His Mechanical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wearable computer, Linearity, Sensitivity, Bending and Resistive touchscreen.
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Pneumatic Networks for Soft Robotics that Actuate Rapidly
Bobak Mosadegh;Bobak Mosadegh;Panagiotis Polygerinos;Christoph Keplinger;Sophia W Wennstedt.
Advanced Functional Materials (2014)
Soft robotic glove for combined assistance and at-home rehabilitation
Panagiotis Polygerinos;Zheng Wang;Kevin C. Galloway;Robert J. Wood.
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (2015)
Modeling of Soft Fiber-Reinforced Bending Actuators
Panagiotis Polygerinos;Zheng Wang;Johannes T. B. Overvelde;Kevin C. Galloway.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2015)
A QUASI-PASSIVE LEG EXOSKELETON FOR LOAD-CARRYING AUGMENTATION
Conor James Walsh;Ken Endo;Hugh M. Herr.
International Journal of Humanoid Robotics (2007)
Towards a soft pneumatic glove for hand rehabilitation
Panagiotis Polygerinos;Stacey Lyne;Zheng Wang;Luis Fernando Nicolini.
intelligent robots and systems (2013)
Capacitive Soft Strain Sensors via Multicore–Shell Fiber Printing
Andreas Frutiger;Joseph T. Muth;Daniel M. Vogt;Yiǧit Mengüç.
Advanced Materials (2015)
Exoskeletons for running and walking
Hugh M. Herr;Conor Walsh;Daniel Joseph Paluska;Andrew Valiente.
Mechanical Programming of Soft Actuators by Varying Fiber Angle
Fionnuala Connolly;Panagiotis Polygerinos;Conor J. Walsh;Katia Bertoldi.
Soft robotics (2015)
A biologically inspired soft exosuit for walking assistance
Alan T. Asbeck;Stefano M.M. De Rossi;Kenneth G. Holt;Conor J. Walsh.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2015)
A lightweight soft exosuit for gait assistance
Michael Wehner;Brendan Quinlivan;Patrick M. Aubin;Ernesto Martinez-Villalpando.
international conference on robotics and automation (2013)
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