Category Archive: Research

Feb 07

Thesis defense by Claudiane Fukuchi @ Feb. 25th

Title: Effects of speed on the movement patterns of human gait Date: 2pm, February 25th, 2019 Place: Room S017, bloco Delta, Universidade Federal do ABC, UFABC – Alameda da Universidade, s/n – Anchieta, São Bernardo do Campo – SP, 09606-045, Brazil

Jan 17

Master’s defense by Desiree Miraldo

Title: Description: Open dataset and algorithm based on linear multiple regression for gait-event estimation with inertial sensors Date: February 4, 2019, 14-16h. Place: Room 103, building Alpha 1, São Bernardo do Campo

Oct 02

Being active saves lives whether a gym workout, walking to work or washing the floor

From Physical activity of any kind can prevent heart disease and death, says a large international study involving more than 130,000 people from 17 countries published this week in The Lancet. The Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) study, led by the Population Health Research Institute of McMaster University and Hamilton Health Sciences, shows any activity is …

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Aug 15

8th Symposium on Instrumentation and Medical Imaging (SIM) and the 7th Symposium on Signal Processing (SPS) O 8º Simpósio de Instrumentação e Imagens Médicas (SIIM) e o 7º Simpósio de Processamento de Sinais (SPS) será realizado na Universidade Federal do ABC (UFABC) entre os dias 29 de Novembro e 01 de Dezembro de 2017. Este evento tem como objetivo reunir professores, estudantes e pesquisadores que trabalham na área de processamento de sinais e …

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Aug 01

Lecture: O uso de modelos computacionais neuromusculoesqueléticos na investigação do controle motor

Data: 01/08/2017, às 19h00,  Sala S203, 2o andar do Bloco Alpha 2 Tema: O uso de modelos computacionais neuromusculoesqueléticos na investigação do controle motor Palestrante convidado: Prof Dr. Renato Watanabe – Enga Biomédica – UFABC Resumo: A maneira mais comum ao pesquisar como o controle neural atua para a realização de tarefas motoras é por …

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May 09

A public dataset of running biomechanics and the effects of running speed on lower extremity kinematics and kinetics

  We just published a paper about our public dataset of running biomechanics and the effect of speed on running! Read about it in


UFABC – Biomedical Engineering


Our article about a public data set of human balance has been published:

Santos DA, Duarte M (2016) A public data set of human balance evaluations. PeerJ4:e2648


How Exercise In Midlife Is Tied To Better Cognition Later In Life


Selection process for Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering (in Portuguese)

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