Fantastic news! A project submitted to the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) within the 7th COIN Call was approved. The lovely name of our project is “Laboratory for Capturing Motion and Augmenting Environment in Motor Rehabilitation – the ReMoCap-Lab“. It will start this autumn. Main goal of that project is to set up a state-of-the-art […]
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This week Brian Horsak visited Prof. Ilse Jonkers and her “Human Movement Biomechanics Research Group” at the KU Leuven in Belgium. This trip was financed by the Erasmus+ Staff training program. During his stay in Leuven, Brian visited a total of three Biomechanics Labs of the KU Leuven and had some very interesting discussions with […]
An IntelliTeam member, Matthias Zeppelzauer, published a new paper in the International Journal of Computer Graphics – The Visual Computer together with colleagues from the TU Darmstadt, the Jacobs University, and the TU Vienna. In this paper, the process of labeling data instances with the user in the loop, from both the machine learning and […]
A follow-up project to our Children’s Knees project, which we have submitted to the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) in 2017, was accepted. This is awesome news! The project is entitled: “Validity of several non-invasive hip joint center estimation methods for clinical gait analysis in a population of overweight and obese children and adolescents” The primary […]
Two members of the IntelliTeam, Brian Horsak and Caterine Schwab, attended the second scientific conference of the GAMMA gait analysis society. The conference was organized by the Schönklinik Hamburg Eilbek. For two days, several researchers and clinicians mainly from Austria, Germany and Switzerland met to discuss new developments and clinical findings in the field of […]
The IntelliGait research team took part in a research2value checkup which was organized by Tecnet Equity. Main goal of this meeting was to develop a questionnaire which will help us to assess the necessities and needs of our potential future users. This questionnaire was developed as a semi-structured interview guide from a user-centered-design aspect. In […]
We have some fantastic news. By end of December, 2017 the hard work of the last months paid off. Two papers were published in two international high-impact Journals: Slijepcevic, D., Zeppelzauer, M., Gorgas, A.-M., Schwab, C., Schuller, M., Baca, A., … Horsak, B. (2017). Automatic Classification of Functional Gait Disorders. IEEE Journal of Biomedical and […]
Great news! Another paper dealing with the reliability of our 3D kinematic measurement methods and the effect of different hip joint center estimation methods was accepted for publication in the Journal of Gait & Posture. The title of our lovely paper is: Is the reliability of 3D kinematics of young obese participants dependent on the […]
The entire IntelliTeam met this week (11.09.2017) once again at the Weißer Hof, AUVA in Klosterneuburg. We discussed critical points in the project, defined the “machine learning algorithm” road map and also had some coffee (just as researcher do).
Anna-Maria Raberger and Brian Horsak attended the ESMAC conference from the 5th to the 9th of September in Trondheim, Norway. They talked and chitchatted to a lot other scientist working on similar projects and discussed the project’s road map. Brian Horsak presented our results on the first day of the conference, at the Best-Paper-Award session. […]