The entire IntelliTeam met this week (12.07.2017) for an amazing workshop at the BIZ in St. Pölten. The main goal of this workshop entiteled “Pimp our Brian” was to prepare for the upcoming presentation at the annual ESMAC conference in Trondheim. All our team members were eager to learn something new about methods like Statistical […]
At the end of May Michael Schüller left our IntelliTeam due to a job offer. We are happy for Michael, that he found a great job, and wish him all the best! In return, we would like to announce our new IntelliTeam member, Bernhard Dumphart, student at the Center of Sport Science and University Sports of the University of […]
Hey guys, we have some great news! Our submitted abstract “Ground reaction force measurements for gait classification tasks: Effects of different PCA-based representations” has been nominated at the ESMAC conference for the Best Paper Award. The hard work payed off and now we are very proud to announce that we will present our paper at the 26th Annual […]
Great news! Our submitted abstract “Ground reaction force measurements for gait classification tasks: Effects of different PCA-based representations” was accepted for the 26th annual meeting of the European scientific society for clinical gait and movement analysis (ESMAC) taking place this year in Trondheim, Norway from the 6-9 September. See you in Trondheim!
The entire IntelliTeam met this week (11.01.2017) for the annual “Research Workshop” at the Weißer Hof, AUVA in Klosterneuburg. The team discussed critical points in the project, defined the road map for 2017 and also had some coffee (just as researcher do). So stay tuned for upcoming information and results in our project. We´re already […]
Great news! We have worked hard in the last months to extract a first dataset comprising several hundred anonymized ground reaction force data. This dataset will be used to develop the first pattern recognition algorithms. So stay tuned for more …
Tarique Siragy left our research group by end of September. He will attend a Phd Program in Canada within the next months. We would like to thank Tarique for his great contribution to our project and wish him all the best for his future. Caterine Schwab will follow him in this project. Caterine is already […]
We would like to welcome Tarique Siragy to our project as a junior researcher. He will greatly contribute to this project with his knowledge in the field of applied biomechanics and gait analysis.
is junior researcher at the University of Applied Sciences, Department of Physiotherapy and the Institute for Sciences and Services in Health. She gained experience in motion analysis and biomechanical investigations during her Healthcare and Rehabilitation Technology study at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Vienna and during the practical work for her master Thesis in […]