Follow
Mohamed Irfan Mohamed Refai
Mohamed Irfan Mohamed Refai
Verified email at utwente.nl - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Gait and dynamic balance sensing using wearable foot sensors
MIM Refai, BJF van Beijnum, JH Buurke, PH Veltink
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 27 (2 …, 2018
382018
Portable gait lab: estimating 3D GRF using a pelvis IMU in a foot IMU defined frame
MIM Refai, BJF Van Beijnum, JH Buurke, PH Veltink
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 28 (6 …, 2020
172020
A comparative study of emg and mmg signals for practical applications
MR Irfan, N Sudharsan, S Santhanakrishnan, B Geethanjali
proceedings of the international conference on signal, image processing and …, 2011
132011
Smoothness metric during reach-to-grasp after stroke: part 2. longitudinal association with motor impairment
M Saes, MI Mohamed Refai, J van Kordelaar, BL Scheltinga, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 18 (1), 1-10, 2021
102021
Portable gait lab: tracking relative distances of feet and CoM using three IMUs
MIM Refai, BJF Van Beijnum, JH Buurke, PH Veltink
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 28 (10 …, 2020
102020
Portable gait lab: Zero moment point for minimal sensing of gait
MIM Refai, BJF Van Beijnum, JH Buurke, M Saes, JBJ Bussmann, ...
2019 41st Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2019
72019
Quantifying Quality of Reaching Movements Longitudinally Post-Stroke: A Systematic Review
M Saes, MI Mohamed Refai, BJF van Beijnum, JBJ Bussmann, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 36 (3), 183-207, 2022
52022
Smoothness metrics for reaching performance after stroke. Part 1: which one to choose?
MI Mohamed Refai, M Saes, BL Scheltinga, J van Kordelaar, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 18 (1), 1-16, 2021
52021
Portable Gait Lab: Instantaneous centre of mass velocity using three inertial measurement units
MIM Refai, BJF van Beijnum, JH Buurke, PH Veltink
2020 IEEE SENSORS, 1-4, 2020
52020
Portable Gait Lab: Instantaneous centre of mass velocity using three inertial measurement units
MI Mohamed Refai, BJ van Beijnum, JH Buurke, PH Veltink
IEEE, 2020
32020
Portable Gait Lab: Estimating Over-Ground 3D Ground Reaction Forces Using Only a Pelvis IMU
MI Mohamed Refai, BJF van Beijnum, JH Buurke, PH Veltink
Sensors 20 (21), 6363, 2020
32020
Measuring Upper-Extremity Use with One IMU.
H Wang, MIM Refai, BJF van Beijnum
BIOSIGNALS, 93-100, 2019
32019
MMG as a Communication Channel for the Disabled
S Narayanan, MRM Irfan, B Geethanjali, SP Kumar
IOSR J. Eng 2 (6), 1429-1432, 2012
32012
Ambulatory Estimation of XCoM using Pressure Insoles and IMUs
MI Mohamed Refai, BJF van Beijnum, JH Buurke, PH Veltink
12018
Ambulatory estimation of XCOM using pressure insoles and IMUS
MIM Refai, BJF van Beijnum, JH Buurke, PH Veltink
Proc. 15th Int. Symp. 3D Anal. Hum. Movement, 109-110, 2018
12018
Pressure Insoles for Gait and Balance Estimation
MIM Refai, BJF van Beijnum, JH Buurke, B Koopman, PH Veltink
6th Dutch Bio-Medical Engineering Conference 2017, 2017
12017
Human-centred design of robotic systems and exoskeletons using digital human models within the research project SOPHIA
S Niehaus, A Ajoudani, M Bianchi, G Durandau, L Fritzsche, C Gaertner, ...
Zeitschrift für Arbeitswissenschaft, 1-9, 2022
2022
Centroidal Moment Pivot for ambulatory estimation of relative feet and CoM movement post stroke: Portable Gait Lab*
MIM Refai, BJF Van Beijnum, JH Buurke, PH Veltink
2022 International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), 1-6, 2022
2022
Fatigue analysis using electromyography driven musculoskeletal trunk models
MIM Refai, H Wang, AM Esteban, M Sartori
27th Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, ESB 2022, 2022
2022
A method, a system and a computer program product for estimating positions of a subject's feet and centre of mass relative to each other
MI Mohamed Refai, PH Veltink, BJF van Beijnum, JH Buurke
2021
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20