Evaluation of Continuous Walking Speed Determination Algorithms and Embedded Sensors for a Powered Knee & Ankle ProsthesisBhakta, Krishan; Camargo, Jonathan; Compton, William; Herrin, Kinsey; Young, Aaron.
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (RA-L). 2021.
A Machine Learning Strategy for Locomotion Classification and Parameter Estimation using Fusion of Wearable SensorsCamargo, Jonathan; Flanagan, Will; Csomay-Shanklin, Noel; Young, Aaron.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. 2021.
Robotic systems are a potential solution for improving the quality of life for individuals with amputations. Some critical aspects of these technologies are: the capacity to generate positive work and localized sensors to obtain information about the system.
Understanding human motion requires observation of the kinematics and external forces, all associated with a system with hundreds of degrees of freedom.
Human augmentation systems should recognize the user activity without requiring manual input that imposes additional user efforts. I create models that can predict the user's intent and other state parameters that describe the locomotion.
The future of robotics is with systems that can naturally work with humans. My work involves considering the user's needs, and the way they interact with the devices.
Excellent research can emerge by connecting ideas from multiple disciplines. Exploring other research areas has broadened my spectrum of knowledge and improved my core work.