The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Simulation, Exoskeleton, Wearable computer, Robot and Gait. The various areas that Nicola Vitiello examines in her Simulation study include Tactile sensor, Pressure sensor, Gait analysis, Torque and Artificial intelligence. Her Exoskeleton study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Rehabilitation, Thumb, Mechanism and Human–computer interaction.
Her work in Rehabilitation addresses issues such as Closed position, which are connected to fields such as Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her work in Wearable computer tackles topics such as Underactuation which are related to areas like Mechatronics, Index finger, Post stroke rehabilitation and Degrees of freedom. Her research investigates the link between Robot and topics such as Control engineering that cross with problems in Movement and Envelope.
Nicola Vitiello focuses on Exoskeleton, Simulation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Wearable computer and Robot. Her work deals with themes such as Control engineering, Elbow, Torque and Artificial intelligence, which intersect with Exoskeleton. Her work in Simulation covers topics such as Gait analysis which are related to areas like Ground reaction force.
Nicola Vitiello combines subjects such as Rehabilitation, Physical therapy, Pelvis, Lower limb and Electroencephalography with her study of Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her research integrates issues of Gait and Haptic technology in her study of Wearable computer. Her Robot research includes elements of Powered exoskeleton, Degrees of freedom and Human–computer interaction.
Her primary areas of study are Exoskeleton, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Wearable computer, Robot and Wearable robot. Her Exoskeleton study is focused on Simulation in general. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Simulation, Lift are connected with Erector spinae muscles and Human motion and other disciplines.
The Physical medicine and rehabilitation study combines topics in areas such as Rehabilitation, Electroencephalography, Lower limb, Activities of daily living and Haptic technology. Nicola Vitiello has researched Robot in several fields, including Control engineering, Degrees of freedom and Human–computer interaction. Her Wearable robot research incorporates themes from Gait phase, Gait cycle, Heel strike and Control theory.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Exoskeleton, Wearable computer, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Simulation and Robot. Her Exoskeleton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Control system and Actuator, Artificial intelligence. Her research in Wearable computer intersects with topics in Cognitive load, Stair walking, Usability and Haptic technology.
Her Physical medicine and rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rehabilitation, Control, Activities of daily living and Electroencephalography. Her study in Simulation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Torque, Task analysis and Kinematic coupling. Her work deals with themes such as Motor skill and Human–computer interaction, which intersect with Robot.
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Review of assistive strategies in powered lower-limb orthoses and exoskeletons
Tingfang Yan;Marco Cempini;Calogero Maria Oddo;Nicola Vitiello.
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (2015)
Intention-Based EMG Control for Powered Exoskeletons
T. Lenzi;S. M. M. De Rossi;N. Vitiello;M. C. Carrozza.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2012)
Mechatronic Design and Characterization of the Index Finger Module of a Hand Exoskeleton for Post-Stroke Rehabilitation
Azzurra Chiri;Nicola Vitiello;Francesco Giovacchini;Stefano Roccella.
IEEE-ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2012)
NEUROExos: A Powered Elbow Exoskeleton for Physical Rehabilitation
N. Vitiello;T. Lenzi;S. Roccella;S. M. M. De Rossi.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2013)
A wireless flexible sensorized insole for gait analysis.
Simona Crea;Marco Donati;Stefano Marco Maria De Rossi;Calogero Maria Oddo.
A light-weight active orthosis for hip movement assistance
Francesco Giovacchini;Federica Vannetti;Matteo Fantozzi;Marco Cempini.
Robotics and Autonomous Systems (2015)
Oscillator-based assistance of cyclical movements: model-based and model-free approaches
Renaud Ronsse;Renaud Ronsse;Tommaso Lenzi;Nicola Vitiello;Bram Koopman.
Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing (2011)
Human–Robot Synchrony: Flexible Assistance Using Adaptive Oscillators
Renaud Ronsse;Nicola Vitiello;Tommaso Lenzi;Jesse van den Kieboom.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2011)
Hybrid EEG/EOG-based brain/neural hand exoskeleton restores fully independent daily living activities after quadriplegia
S. R. Soekadar;M. Witkowski;C. Gómez;E. Opisso.
Science Robotics (2016)
A Powered Finger–Thumb Wearable Hand Exoskeleton With Self-Aligning Joint Axes
Marco Cempini;Mario Cortese;Nicola Vitiello.
IEEE-ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2015)
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