Fifth Bohnes Colloquium

Fourth BoHNeS Colloquium Brussels, 29th – 31st January 2020 Venue: Sport Center of the Forêt de Soignes (Chaussée de Wavre, 2057 – 1160 Brussels – Belgium) Brussels, January 29th – January 31st 2020 Venue: The colloquium will take place at the Sport Center of the Forêt de Soignes (full address: Chaussée de Wavre, 2057 – […]

Fourth BoHNeS Colloquium

Brussels, 29th – 31st January 2020

Venue: Sport Center of the Forêt de Soignes (Chaussée de Wavre, 2057 – 1160 Brussels – Belgium)

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Brussels, January 29th – January 31st 2020

Venue: The colloquium will take place at the Sport Center of the Forêt de Soignes (full address: Chaussée de Wavre, 2057 – 1160 Brussels – Belgium).

Program

Wednesday, 29th of January

Arrivals

  • 15.00 Check-in
  • 18.30 Dinner

Thursday, 30th of January

  • 09.00 Welcome address (Serge Van Sint Jan) and President word (Ugo Della Croce)
  • 09.15 Presentation of the Department of Anatomy and Biomechanics and Center for Functional Evaluation – Université Libre de Bruxelles (host institution) (Serge Van Sint Jan)

Free communications: PhD Student – 1

  • 10.00 “New instrumental approaches for biomechanical risk assessment in work activities” -Tiwana Varrecchia (Uniroma3)                                                           
  • 10.20 “Using musculoskeletal modelling to clarify the effect of wrist posture on muscle force-generating capacities and maximal grip force during a power grip task” – Mathieu Caumes (UAM)
  • 10.40 Break

Free communication: PhD Student – 2

  • 11.00 “A wearable gait analysis protocol to support the choice of the appropriate ankle-foot orthosis: A comparative assessment in children with Cerebral Palsy” – Martina Alvini (ITOP)
  • 11.20 “Ankle joint kinematics evaluation through MIMU-based calibration procedures” – Guido Mascia (UNIROMA4)
  • 11.40 “Modelling Knee biomechanics during squat for Planning Return on field in ACL post surgery athletes” – Davide Pavan (UNIPD)
  • 12.00 “Impact of Cerebral Palsy on muscle coordination during pedaling with lower or upper limbs” – Théo Cartier (UAM)
  • 12.20 Lunch

Senior Keynote speaker

  • 13.30 “The use of gait analysis and modelling to build evolutionary hypotheses” – Tara Chapman (Royal Institute of Natural Sciences, Belgium)
  • 14.15 Break

Free communication : PhD Student – 3

  • 14.30 “An EMG-informed modelling approach for the prediction of internal variables during locomotion in Parkinson’s disease patients” – Marco Romanato (UNIPD)
  • 14.50 “Dual mobility cup: mobility and stability” – Louis Riglet (LYON1)
  • 15.00 “Neuromechanical analysis of gait termination in low-back pain and asymptomatic subjects” – Paolo Brasiliano (UNIROMA4)
  • 15.20 “Movement prediction for accessibility analysis” – Vincent Gibeaux (LYON1)
  • 15.40 “Assessment of cervical stiffness in axial rotation among patients with chronic neck pain : A trial in the framework of a non-manipulative osteopathic management” – Alicia Coucke (ULB)

Extra’s

  • 15.50 “Human movement analysis using high-resolution 3-D shapes” – Helios de Rosario (IBV)
  • 16.10 Executive committee meeting
  • 18.00 End of Day 1
  • 19.00 Dinner

Friday, 31st of January

  • 8.30 Workshop: development of a multicentric research using common hardware

Multicentric research is of high scientific interest because by nature the applied methodology should be reproducible which is required for quality research. A system that shows such reproducibility would be of high value. Based on the partners’ own experience, a common protocol was defined in order to create multicentric research based on low-cost equipment that would be available at each partner premises. Next to this international and multicentric validation work, the aim is to produce one publication in an international journal.

Victor Sholukha (ULB) and Serge Van Sint Jan (ULB) will present a data collection system based on the Kinect sensor and customized software (including data smoothing and optimization) to produce scientifically meaningful results from this easily available hardware. This system could be a first option to organize a multicentric reproducibility study that would aim to determine if such system would show a good inter-center reproducibility during analyzing of specified tasks.

  • 10.00 Break
  • 10.15 General Assembly

Junior Keynote speaker

  • 11.15 “Portable cardiac monitoring using ballistocardiography: from space research to clinical applications” – Jeremy Rabineau (ULB).
  • 12.30 Lunch

Free communication

  • 13.30 “The effect of ankle and hindfoot malalignment on foot mechanics in patients suffering from post-traumatic ankle osteoarthritis” – Paul-André Deleu (LYON1)
  • 13.50 “Analysis of spatial parameters during gait with magneto-inertial and infrared proximity sensors” – Rachele Rossanigo (UNISS)
  • 14.10 “Anatomical variations of the temporo-mandibular joints (TMJ) and implication in TMJ motion representation” – Gael Bescond (ULB)
  • 14.20 “The influence of neck and thoracic spine curvatures on musculoskeletal disorder related upper limb biomechanics parameters” – Aurelie Tomezzoli (LYON1)
  • 14.30 “Two dimensional markerless gait analysis protocol for estimating the sagittal lower limb joint kinematics with a single RGB-D camera for clinical applications” – Diletta Balta (UNISS)
  • 14.50 “Gait monitoring using non-dedicated sensors” – Nahime Al Abiad (LYON1)
  • 15.00 Break and Closing words by the President

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