Parinaz investigates interhemispheric interactions during bimanual motor tasks, across different age groups. Her project is a collaborative effort with the KU Leuven and is part of the EU-funded MOVE-AGE program.
Daniëlle studies how static balance and the initiation of gait are influenced by affective states (emotion and arousal), induced by pictorial stimuli. Her project is funded by an NWO Research Talent Grant.
Rok seeks to identify the phase dynamics of coupled complex oscillators. He targets pulse-coupling and pulse-type time series. Rok’s project is part of the EU-funded COSMOS network. His primary host is the University of Potsdam.
Sabrina investigates the effect of aging on motor learning with a focus on its neuro-anatomical and -physiological underpinnings, using DTI and fMRI-EEG recordings. Her work is funded by a collaboration with Charité Berlin.
Nicolás studies the interaction between networks of complex oscillatory systems, with focus on the transfer of network topology. His project is part of the EU-funded COSMOS network with the University of Aberdeen as secondary host.
Daphne investigates the technological and clinical validity of the Interactive Walkway for assessing functional walking ability. Her work is part of the collaborative Technology in Motion project with LUMC and funded by NWO Exact Sciences.
Margit investigates the development of running in children with a focus on the EMG patterns (muscles synergies) and the kinematics patterns. Her aim is to provide a comprehensive quantification of the development of the running patterns in typically developing children during the emergence of this new gait.
Jian studies the stability of gait. In order to unravel at which phase of the gait cycle stability is jeopardized, he develops phase dependent stability measures using passive walker models.
Jennifer´s research is part of the NWO-funded FirSteps project. She investigates the emergence of muscle synergies in normally developing children and the formation of muscle networks.
Bastian investigates multifrequency interaction in complex oscillatory (neural) networks. His analytic focus is on stabilty properties of synchronization dyanmics. This project is embedded in the EU-funded COSMOS network with Lancaster University as secondary host.
Eero’s research concentrates on synchronization properties of discrete events. He develops distance measures between spike sequences and applies them to the study of small-size neural circuits. Eero’s primary host is the University of Florece and his project is embedded in the EU-funded COSMOS network.
Coen’s research is part of the ERC Starting Grant-funded Learn2Walk project. He investigates the biomechanical and neural mechanisms underlying the emergence of walking in typically developing children.
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