2020 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
F.C.T. van der Helm focuses on Kinematics, Biomechanics, Anatomy, Cadaver and Humerus. The concepts of his Kinematics study are interwoven with issues in Range of motion and Simulation. His Simulation research includes elements of Robot kinematics, Position and Control theory.
His Biomechanics research incorporates themes from Shoulder girdle and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His work carried out in the field of Anatomy brings together such families of science as Mechanism and Electromyography. His studies in Cadaver integrate themes in fields like Shoulder joint, Line and Muscle architecture.
His primary scientific interests are in Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Simulation, Control theory, Kinematics and Torque. His study explores the link between Physical medicine and rehabilitation and topics such as Biomechanics that cross with problems in Electromyography and Shoulder girdle. His work in Simulation covers topics such as Elbow which are related to areas like Orthodontics.
His research in Control theory focuses on subjects like Haptic technology, which are connected to Robot. His Kinematics research incorporates elements of Range of motion and Coordinate system. He works mostly in the field of Torque, limiting it down to topics relating to Exoskeleton and, in certain cases, Actuator, Rehabilitation robotics, Impedance control and Control engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Simulation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Kinematics, Control theory and Reflex. The Simulation study combines topics in areas such as Joint contact, Elbow and Inverse dynamics. His study in the field of Electromyography and Upper limb also crosses realms of Perturbation and Tripping.
His Kinematics study incorporates themes from Frequency response, Proprioception, Joint and Motor control. His work on Torque as part of general Control theory research is often related to Linear model, thus linking different fields of science. The various areas that he examines in his Torque study include Decoupling, Usability and Exoskeleton.
F.C.T. van der Helm mainly investigates Kinematics, Simulation, Joint, Trunk and Frequency response. His Kinematics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Range of motion, Shoulder joint and Cadaveric spasm. The study incorporates disciplines such as Telerobotics, Joint contact, Robotics and Elbow in addition to Simulation.
His research integrates issues of Artificial neural network, Mechanical load and Inertial frame of reference in his study of Joint. His study in Frequency response is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Admittance and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His research investigates the connection with Modulation and areas like Bandwidth which intersect with concerns in Haptic technology, Psychophysics, Visualization, Artificial intelligence and Teleoperation.
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ISB recommendation on definitions of joint coordinate systems of various joints for the reporting of human joint motion-Part II: shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand
Ge Wu;Frans C.T. van der Helm;H.E.J. (DirkJan) Veeger;Mohsen Makhsous.
Journal of Biomechanics (2005)
A finite element musculoskeletal model of the shoulder mechanism
F.C.T. van der Helm.
Journal of Biomechanics (1994)
Morphological muscle and joint parameters for musculoskeletal modelling of the lower extremity
M.D. Klein Horsman;Hubertus F.J.M. Koopman;F.C.T. van der Helm;L. Poliacu Prosé.
Clinical Biomechanics (2007)
A Series Elastic- and Bowden-Cable-Based Actuation System for Use as Torque Actuator in Exoskeleton-Type Robots
J. F. Veneman;R. Ekkelenkamp;R. Kruidhof;F. C.T. Van Der Helm.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2006)
Analysis of the kinematic and dynamic behavior of the shoulder mechanism
F.C.T. van der Helm.
Journal of Biomechanics (1994)
Shoulder function: the perfect compromise between mobility and stability.
H.E.J. Veeger;H.E.J. Veeger;F.C.T. van der Helm.
Journal of Biomechanics (2007)
Requirements for upper extremity motions during activities of daily living.
D.J. Magermans;E.K.J. Chadwick;H.E.J. Veeger;F.C.T. van der Helm.
Clinical Biomechanics (2005)
Inertia and muscle contraction parameters for musculoskeletal modelling of the shoulder mechanism.
H.E.J. Veeger;F.C.T. Van Der Helm;L.H.V. Van Der Woude;G.M. Pronk.
Journal of Biomechanics (1991)
Kinematic Design to Improve Ergonomics in Human Machine Interaction
A. Schiele;F.C.T. van der Helm.
international conference of the ieee engineering in medicine and biology society (2006)
Three-dimensional recording and description of motions of the shoulder mechanism.
Frans C. T. van der Helm;Gijs M. Pronk.
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering-transactions of The Asme (1995)
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