Marko Ackermann
Marko Ackermann
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Centro Universitario da FEI
Verified email at fei.edu.br
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Optimality principles for model-based prediction of human gait
M Ackermann, AJ Van den Bogert
Journal of biomechanics 43 (6), 1055-1060, 2010
3552010
Dynamics and energetics of walking with prostheses
M Ackermann
892007
Concurrent musculoskeletal dynamics and finite element analysis predicts altered gait patterns to reduce foot tissue loading
JP Halloran, M Ackermann, A Erdemir, AJ Van den Bogert
Journal of biomechanics 43 (14), 2810-2815, 2010
792010
Dynamic analysis of human gait disorder and metabolical cost estimation
M Ackermann, W Schiehlen
Archive of Applied Mechanics 75 (10), 569-594, 2006
612006
Predictive simulation of gait at low gravity reveals skipping as the preferred locomotion strategy
M Ackermann, AJ van den Bogert
Journal of biomechanics 45 (7), 1293-1298, 2012
542012
Physiological methods to solve the force-sharing problem in biomechanics
M Ackermann, W Schiehlen
Multibody Dynamics, 1-23, 2009
272009
Searching for strategies to reduce the mechanical demands of the sit-to-stand task with a muscle-actuated optimal control model
MF Bobbert, DA Kistemaker, MA Vaz, M Ackermann
Clinical Biomechanics 37, 83-90, 2016
162016
Predictive simulation of gait in rehabilitation
M Ackermann, AJ van den Bogert
2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2010
142010
Influence of center of pressure estimation errors on 3D inverse dynamics solutions during gait at different velocities
F Camargo-Junior, M Ackermann, JF Loss, ICN Sacco
Journal of applied biomechanics 29 (6), 790-797, 2013
122013
Muscle force distribution of the lower limbs during walking in diabetic individuals with and without polyneuropathy
AA Gomes, M Ackermann, JP Ferreira, MIV Orselli, ICN Sacco
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 14 (1), 1-13, 2017
112017
A method to simulate motor control strategies to recover from perturbations: application to a stumble recovery during gait
A Forner-Cordero, M Ackermann, M de Lima Freitas
2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2011
102011
Estimation of metabolical costs for human locomotion
W Schiehlen, M Ackermann
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and …, 2005
102005
Automatic knee flexion in lower limb orthoses
M Ackermann, FG Cozman
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering 31 …, 2009
92009
Modeling and optimal control formulation for manual wheelchair locomotion: The influence of mass and slope on performance
M Ackermann, F Leonardi, HR Costa, AT Fleury
5th IEEE RAS/EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and …, 2014
72014
Sistema de acionamento e travamento para flexão mecanizada de joelho em órteses de membros inferiores
M Ackermann, Universidade de São Paulo^ dEscola Politécnica
Masters dissertation, Escola Politécnica, Universidade de São Paulo, São …, 2002
72002
Assessing the influence of the road-tire friction coefficient on the yaw and roll stability of articulated vehicles
AS Mendes, AT Fleury, M Ackermann, F Leonardi, R Bortolussi
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D: Journal of …, 2019
52019
Effect of a prosthetic limb on sprint running performance
A Van Den Bogert, M Ackermann
XXII Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Cape Town, South …, 2009
52009
Predictive simulation of diabetic gait: Individual contribution of ankle stiffness and muscle weakening
GF Santos, AA Gomes, ICN Sacco, M Ackermann
Gait & posture 58, 208-213, 2017
42017
Simulation of gait using a 3D musculoskeletal model
M Ackermann, AJ van den Bogert
American Society of Biomechanics annual meeting, 2009
42009
A comparison of different assistance strategies in power assisted wheelchairs using an optimal control formulation
VI Cuerva, M Ackermann, F Leonardi
Proceedings of the Sixth IASTED International Conference Modeling …, 2016
32016
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