Tommaso Lenzi
Tommaso Lenzi
Associate Professor, University of Utah
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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
Virtual constraint control of a powered prosthetic leg: From simulation to experiments with transfemoral amputees
RD Gregg, T Lenzi, LJ Hargrove, JW Sensinger
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 30 (6), 1455-1471, 2014
Powered hip exoskeletons can reduce the user's hip and ankle muscle activations during walking
T Lenzi, MC Carrozza, SK Agrawal
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 21 (6 …, 2013
Oscillator-based assistance of cyclical movements: model-based and model-free approaches
R Ronsse, T Lenzi, N Vitiello, B Koopman, E van Asseldonk, ...
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, 1-13, 2011
Human-robot synchrony: flexible assistance using adaptive oscillators.
R Ronsse, N Vitiello, T Lenzi, J van den Kieboom, MC Carrozza, ...
IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering 58 (4), 1001, 2011
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
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
Depth sensing for improved control of lower limb prostheses
NE Krausz, T Lenzi, LJ Hargrove
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 62 (11), 2576-2587, 2015
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
Design, development, and testing of a lightweight hybrid robotic knee prosthesis
T Lenzi, M Cempini, L Hargrove, T Kuiken
The International Journal of Robotics Research 37 (8), 953-976, 2018
Speed-adaptation mechanism: Robotic prostheses can actively regulate joint torque
T Lenzi, L Hargrove, J Sensinger
IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine 21 (4), 94-107, 2014
The RIC arm—A small anthropomorphic transhumeral prosthesis
T Lenzi, J Lipsey, JW Sensinger
IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics 21 (6), 2660-2671, 2016
A lightweight, efficient fully powered knee prosthesis with actively variable transmission
M Tran, L Gabert, M Cempini, T Lenzi
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 4 (2), 1186-1193, 2019
A flexible sensor technology for the distributed measurement of interaction pressure
M Donati, N Vitiello, SMM De Rossi, T Lenzi, S Crea, A Persichetti, ...
Sensors 13 (1), 1021-1045, 2013
Development of an in-shoe pressure-sensitive device for gait analysis
SMM De Rossi, T Lenzi, N Vitiello, M Donati, A Persichetti, F Giovacchini, ...
2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2011
Measuring human–robot interaction on wearable robots: A distributed approach
T Lenzi, N Vitiello, SMMD Rossi, A Persichetti, F Giovacchini, S Roccella, ...
Mechatronics 21 (6), 1123-1131, 2011
Real-time estimate of velocity and acceleration of quasi-periodic signals using adaptive oscillators
R Ronsse, SMM De Rossi, N Vitiello, T Lenzi, MC Carrozza, AJ Ijspeert
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 29 (3), 783-791, 2013
NEUROExos: a variable impedance powered elbow exoskeleton
T Lenzi, N Vitiello, SMM De Rossi, S Roccella, F Vecchi, MC Carrozza
Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2011 IEEE International Conference on, 1419-1426, 2011
Improving transparency of powered exoskeletons using force/torque sensors on the supporting cuffs
D Zanotto, T Lenzi, P Stegall, SK Agrawal
2013 IEEE 13th international conference on rehabilitation robotics (ICORR), 1-6, 2013
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