Nicola Vitiello
Nicola Vitiello
Associate Professor, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy
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Review of assistive strategies in powered lower-limb orthoses and exoskeletons
T Yan, M Cempini, CM Oddo, N Vitiello
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 64, 120-136, 2015
Intention-based EMG control for powered exoskeletons
T Lenzi, SMM De Rossi, N Vitiello, MC Carrozza
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 59 (8), 2180-2190, 2012
NEUROExos: A powered elbow exoskeleton for physical rehabilitation
N Vitiello, T Lenzi, S Roccella, SMM De Rossi, E Cattin, F Giovacchini, ...
IEEE transactions on robotics 29 (1), 220-235, 2012
Mechatronic design and characterization of the index finger module of a hand exoskeleton for post-stroke rehabilitation
A Chiri, N Vitiello, F Giovacchini, S Roccella, F Vecchi, MC Carrozza
IEEE/ASmE Transactions on mechatronics 17 (5), 884-894, 2011
A light-weight active orthosis for hip movement assistance
F Giovacchini, F Vannetti, M Fantozzi, M Cempini, M Cortese, A Parri, ...
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 73, 123-134, 2015
A wireless flexible sensorized insole for gait analysis
S Crea, M Donati, SMM De Rossi, CM Oddo, N Vitiello
Sensors 14 (1), 1073-1093, 2014
Hybrid EEG/EOG-based brain/neural hand exoskeleton restores fully independent daily living activities after quadriplegia
SR Soekadar, M Witkowski, C Gómez, E Opisso, J Medina, M Cortese, ...
Science Robotics 1 (1), eaag3296, 2016
Oscillator-based assistance of cyclical movements: model-based and model-free approaches
R Ronsse, T Lenzi, N Vitiello, B Koopman, E Van Asseldonk, ...
Medical & biological engineering & computing 49, 1173-1185, 2011
A Powered Finger--Thumb Wearable Hand Exoskeleton With Self-Aligning Joint Axes
M Cempini, M Cortese, N Vitiello
IEEE, 2014
Human–robot synchrony: flexible assistance using adaptive oscillators
R Ronsse, N Vitiello, T Lenzi, J Van Den Kieboom, MC Carrozza, ...
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 58 (4), 1001-1012, 2010
Synthetic and bio-artificial tactile sensing: A review
C Lucarotti, CM Oddo, N Vitiello, MC Carrozza
Sensors 13 (2), 1435-1466, 2013
Self-alignment mechanisms for assistive wearable robots: A kinetostatic compatibility method
M Cempini, SMM De Rossi, T Lenzi, N Vitiello, MC Carrozza
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 29 (1), 236-250, 2012
HANDEXOS: Towards an exoskeleton device for the rehabilitation of the hand
A Chiri, F Giovacchini, N Vitiello, E Cattin, S Roccella, F Vecchi, ...
2009 IEEE/RSJ international conference on intelligent robots and systems …, 2009
Online phase detection using wearable sensors for walking with a robotic prosthesis
M Goršič, R Kamnik, L Ambrožič, N Vitiello, D Lefeber, G Pasquini, ...
Sensors 14 (2), 2776-2794, 2014
Performance evaluation of lower limb exoskeletons: a systematic review
D Pinto-Fernandez, D Torricelli, M del Carmen Sanchez-Villamanan, ...
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 28 (7 …, 2020
Automated detection of gait initiation and termination using wearable sensors
D Novak, P Reberšek, SMM De Rossi, M Donati, J Podobnik, T Beravs, ...
Medical engineering & physics 35 (12), 1713-1720, 2013
Sensing pressure distribution on a lower-limb exoskeleton physical human-machine interface
SMM De Rossi, N Vitiello, T Lenzi, R Ronsse, B Koopman, A Persichetti, ...
Sensors 11 (1), 207-227, 2010
Providing time-discrete gait information by wearable feedback apparatus for lower-limb amputees: usability and functional validation
S Crea, C Cipriani, M Donati, MC Carrozza, N Vitiello
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 23 (2 …, 2014
An ecologically-controlled exoskeleton can improve balance recovery after slippage
V Monaco, P Tropea, F Aprigliano, D Martelli, A Parri, M Cortese, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 46721, 2017
An oscillator-based smooth real-time estimate of gait phase for wearable robotics
T Yan, A Parri, V Ruiz Garate, M Cempini, R Ronsse, N Vitiello
Autonomous Robots 41, 759-774, 2017
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