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PNS-MI Workshop @ ICORR2015 schedule, final.

hi all, the Second PNS-MI Workshop is going to be held as a satellite event of ICORR 2015 in Singapore on August 11th, h9:00-12:30. Besides three accepted papers, we are proud to announce two invited talks. The workshop is scheduled as follows: … Continue reading

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PNS-MI Workshop @ ICORR2015 schedule announced

hi all, the Second PNS-MI Workshop is going to be held as a satellite event of ICORR 2015 in Singapore on August 11th, h9:00-12:30. Besides three accepted papers, we are proud to announce two invited talks. The workshop is scheduled as follows: … Continue reading

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PNS-MI Workshop 2015: call for papers out!

PNS-MI Workshop 2015 Following the success of its previous meeting at ICORR 2013, the Peripheral Nervous System Machine Interface (PNS-MI) Workgroup is proud to announce a second workshop to be held at the upcoming ICORR conference: http://www.icorr2015.enabling-technology-festival.org that will be … Continue reading

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Workshop 2014: call for papers out!

PNS-MI Workshop 2014 Following the success of its inaugural meeting at ICORR 2013, the Peripheral Nervous System Machine Interface (PNS-MI) Workgroup is proud to announce a second workshop to be held at the upcoming MEC ‘14 conference at the University … Continue reading

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new paper on surface EMG out!

dear colleagues, I am happy to advertise a new paper on surface EMG, just released by Frontiers: Stable Myoelectric Control of a Hand Prosthesis using Non-Linear Incremental Learning by Gijsberts, Bohra, Sierra González, Werner, Nowak, Caputo, Roa and Castellini I would particularly like to point you … Continue reading

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Event annoucement: symposium at OTWorld 2014

Event announcement! OTWorld is one of tthe world’s major trade fairs for prostheticians / orthotists, attracting every two years tens of thousands visitors and hosting hundreds of orthopedic and prosthetic companies. All major players in the field gather every two years … Continue reading

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the Second WS on PNS-MI: Fredricton, Canada!

Hello Community, the Second Workshop on Peripheral-Nervous-System Interfaces will be co-located with MEC 2014, University of New Brunswick, Fredricton, Canada. The workshop will take place from August, 18th to August, 22th. MEC (Myoelectric Control) is probably the major annual conference … Continue reading

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New papers on user-specificity of EMG-based control interfaces

Hi all, We recently presented two papers on EMG-based control interface methodologies that tackle the problem of user-specificity. You can find them at: Mark Ison and Panagiotis Artemiadis, “Beyond user-specificity for EMG decoding using multiresolution muscle synergy analysis,” ASME Dynamic … Continue reading

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new paper on PNS-Interfaces out.

hello all, we have just published a new paper on Frontiers on the usage of Ultrasound imaging as a PNS-MI. you can find it here. The paper shows the practical usability of US imaging as a means to reconstruct the … Continue reading

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Join the NINAPRO sEMG classification competition!

Dear colleagues, the Ninapro project (Non Invasive Adaptive Prosthetics) team invites you to join the workshop that we will be held on the 25th of October at ICAR 2013 (International Conference on Advanced Robotics) in Montevideo, Uruguay. Ninapro is an ongoing … Continue reading

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Special Issue on Rehabilitation Robotics and Human-Robot Interaction

***** Deadline extended to November 11, 2013, due to multiple requests ***** ROBOTICA invites papers for a special issue entitled “Rehabilitation Robotics and Human-Robot Interaction”. The demand for motor rehabilitation is growing apace with the graying of the population. The … Continue reading

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