Thesis – Towards a neuromusculoskeletal platform to simulate healthy and deficient gait with assistive devices
The first goal of this simulation platform is to generate various types of gaits by changing parameters of a neural controller based on Central Pattern Generators (CPGs). These gaits will help us feed a database for further analysis and research.
The second objective of the project is to replicate specific human gait based on visual analysis, wearable IMU and force sensors. This will help us understand how different diseases affect the gait from a muscular point of view.
The third objective is to build tools to analyze different types of gaits and highlight symptoms of certain diseases. These tools will allow to classify gaits based on specific indexes with the help of a customized classifier model for each purpose.