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Children´s Knees Team Update

  We have a new temporary team member! Florian Kastner is participating as a trainee in the Children`s Knees Project during July. Before starting the last year of his studies at secondary school, he is greatly supporting the Children´s Knees team in terms of processing motion capture data. Stay tuned for more news about our […]

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Poster presented

From the 29th to the 31st of March the 10th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Biomechanics (DGfB) was held at the Medical University of Hannover (Germany). Caterine Schwab presented  a poster dealing with our reliability analysis and the dependency of reliability by different hip joint center estimation techniques (for details see our publication […]

Paper accepted

Results of reliability analysis published

Great news volks! A paper dealing with the reliability of our 3D kinematic measurement methods was accepted for publication in the Journal of Gait & Posture. The title of our lovely paper is: Within-assessor reliability and minimal detectable change of gait kinematics in a young obese demographic. A link to the full text will be provided […]

FH St. Pölten / David Artner

Team Update

Barbara Pobatschnig left our research group by end of July. She will focus her research in a project at the Gait Laboratory of the Orthopedic Hosipal Speising which aims at improving the function of lower arm prostheses. We would like to thank Barbara for her great contribution to our project and wish her all the […]

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Abstract accepted at ESMAC

Great news! Our submitted abstract “Intra-tester reliability of three-dimensional kinematics in obese children and adolescents” has been accepted for the 25th annual meeting of the European scientific society for clinical gait and movement analysis (ESMAC), Spain, Sevilla, 29 September – 1 October 2016 (http://esmac2016.com/). The oral presentation will be on Friday 30th September at the […]

FH St. Pölten / David Artner

Team Update

Sadly but true David Artner left our research group with the end of march. He will now support the Research & Development Department of Adidas with his biomechanical knowledge and technical skills. The Children’s Knees research group wishes David all the best for his upcoming and very interesting challenges in research and development. Good news […]