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M. Sartori, M. Reggiani, A. J. van den Bogert, and D. G. Lloyd. Estimation of musculotendon kinematics in lage musculoskeletal models using multidimensional B-Splines. Journal of Biomechanics. 2012.

J. Zhao, T. Luksch, K. Berns. Controlling Human-like Locomotion of a Biped by a Biologically Motivated Approach. 14th International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (CLAWAR). September 6-8. 2011.

M. Sartori, M. Reggiani, D. G. Lloyd, and E. Pagello. A neuromusculoskeletal model of the human lower limb : Towards EMG-driven actuation of multiple joints in powered orthoses. Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR). 709-714. 2011.

Thomas EE, Stewart D, Mitchell S, Aiken K, Farina D, Macaluso A. Comparison of neural activation and energy cost during treadmill walking with body weight unloading between frail and healthy older women. Gait Posture. In Press (2011). 2011.

G. Hettich, L. Fennell and T. Mergner. Double inverted pendulum model of reactive human stance control. Multibody Dynamics 2011, ECCOMAS Thematic Conference. J.C. Samin, P. Fisette (eds.). Brussels, Belgium, . 2011.

J.L. Pons. Rehabilitation Exoskeletal Robotics. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine. 29-3. 57-63. 2010.

Martin Proetzsch, Tobias Luksch, Karsten Berns. Development of Complex Robotic Systems Using the Behaviour-Based Control Architecture {iB2C}. Robotics and Autonomous Systems. January. 46-67. 2010.

Jens Wettach, Daniel Schmidt, Karsten Berns. Simulating Vehicle Kinematics with SimVis3D and Newton. International Conference on Simulation, Modelling and Programming for Autonomous Robots. November 15-18. Darmstadt, Germany. 2010.

Tobias, Luksch. Human-like Control of Dynamically Walking Bipedal Robots. . 978-3-86853-607-2. Verlag Dr. Hut. 2010.

T. Wahl, K. Berns. Adaptable actuator for a human sized dynamic walker. Proceedings of the International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (CLAWAR). August 31 - September 3. Nagoya, Japan. 648-655. 2010.

M. Sartori, D. G. Lloyd, M. Reggiani, and E. Pagello. Fast operation of anatomical and stiff tendon neuromuscular models in EMG-driven modeling. Robotics and Automation (ICRA). 2228-2234. 2010.

Negro F, Farina D.. Linear transmission of cortical oscillations to the neural drive to muscles is mediated by common projections to populations of motor neurons in humans. J Physiol. 2010 In Press. 2010.

Vieira T, Loram I, Muceli S, Merletti R, Farina D.. Postural activation of the human medial gastrocnemius muscle: are the muscle units spatially localised?. JPhysiol. 2010 In Press. 2010.

Muceli S, Boye AT, d'Avella A, Farina D.. Identifying representative synergy matrices for describing muscular activation patterns during multidirectional reaching in the horizontal plane. J Neurophysiol. 2010. 103(3):1532-42. 2010.

T. Mergner T . A neurological view on reactive human stance control. Annual Reviews in Control. 34. 177-198. 2010.

A. Cullell, J.C. Moreno, E. Rocon, A. Forner-Cordero, J.L. Pons. Biologically based design of an actuator system for a Knee-ankle-foot orthosis. Mechanism and Machine Theory. 44. 860-872. 2009.

J.C. Moreno, F. Brunetti, E. Navarro, A. Forner-Cordero, J.L. Pons. Analysis of the Human Interaction in the design of a Wearable Lower-Limb Exoskeleton. Applied Bionics and Biomechanics. 6-2. 2009.

S. Blank, T. Wahl, T. Luksch, K. Berns. Biologically Inspired Compliant Control of a Monopod Designed for Highly Dynamic Applications. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. St. Louis (MO), USA. 148-153. 2009.

L. Wilhelm, M. Proetzsch, K. Berns. Oscillation Analysis in Behaviour-Based Robot Architectures. Springer - Autonome Mobile Systeme. 121-128. 2009.

B. Vanderborght, R. Van Ham, D. Lefeber, T. Sugar, K. Hollander. Comparison of Mechanical Design and Energy Consumption of Adaptable. Passive-compliant Actuators International Journal of Robotics Research. 28. 1. 90-103. 2009.

R. Van Ham, T. Sugar, B. Vanderborght, K. Hollander, D. Lefeber. Compliant actuator designs: Review of Actuators with Passive Adjustable Compliance/Controllable Stiffness for Robotic Applications. IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine. issue 3, vol.16. eds. Stefano Stramigioli. 81-94. 2009.

Negro F, Holobar A, Farina D.. Fluctuations in isometric muscle force can be described by one linear projection of low-frequency components of motor unit discharge rates. J Physiol. 2009. Dec 15;587. (Pt 24). 5925-38. 2009.

J.L. Pons (ed.). Wearable Robots. Biomechatronic exoskeletons. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. 2008.

B. Vanderborght, B. Verrelst, R. Van Ham, M. Van Damme, P. Beyl, D. Lefeber. Development of a compliance controller to reduce energy consumption for bipedal robots. Autonomous Robots. issue 6, vol.15. 419-434. 2008.

B. Vanderborght, B. Verrelst, R. Van Ham, M. Van Damme, D. Lefeber. Objective locomotion parameters based inverted pendulum trajectory generator. Robotics and Autonomous Systems. issue 9, vol.56. published by Elsevier. 738-750. 2008.

T. Luksch, K. Berns, K. Mombaur, G. Schultz. Using Optimization Techniques for the Design and Control of Fast Bipeds. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (CLAWAR). July 16-18, 2007 – Singapore. 2007.

Mergner T. Modeling sensorimotor control of human upright stance. Prog Brain Res. 165. 283-297. 2007.

B. Vanderborght, B. Verrelst, R. Van Ham, M. Van Damme, D. Lefeber, B. Meira Y Duran, Beyl Pieter. Exploiting Natural Dynamics to Reduce Energy Consumption by Controlling the Compliance of Soft Actuators. International Journal of Robotic Research. 25. 4. 343-358. 2006.

C. Maurer, T. Mergner, R.J. Peterka. Multisensory control of human upright stance. Experimental Brain Research. 171. 231-250. 2006.

J.L. Pons. Emerging Actuator Technologies: a micromechatronic approach. . John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. 2005.

Mergner T. The Matryoshka Dolls principle in human dynamic behavior in space - A theory of linked references for multisensory perception and control of action. Curr Psychol Cogn. 21. 129-212. 2002.