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Understanding human behaviour from motion

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Understanding human behavior from motion: applications to neurology, rehabilitation and robotics

The complexity of human movement demonstrates the brain’s ability to control the musculo-skeletal system, taking advantage of body dynamics and processing feedback sensory information. However, because of injury, aging or disease, movement and cognitive disorders appear. Motion generation and control processes are crucial to understanding the brain, developing artificial intelligence, and enhancing medical diagnosis and rehabilitation procedures.

In that aim, based on motion data, we are developing algorithms and computational method to quantify and provide objective criteria.

This presentation will focus on introducing the numerical tools for the understanding of the human motions, the human body dynamics and the human affects.

This talk is part of the Rainbow Group Seminars series.

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