Space

AGBRESA (Artificial Gravity Bed Rest Study)

Start: 
03/2019
End: 
12/2021

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"Comparison between two tri-axial accelerometers to detect gait characteristics after 60 days of bed rest", IAASS conference in Toulouse, June 2017

Type: 
Contribution to Conference
Year: 
2017
Authors: 
Grassi M, Mittag U, Lau P, Mulder E, Daumer M, Gruber M, Rittweger J

„Recovery of Habitual Gait Speed after 60 Days of Bed Rest in Young Healthy Male Subjects”, IAASS 2017

Type: 
Contribution to Conference
Year: 
2017
Authors: 
Grassi M, Daumer M, Rittweger J, Mittag U, Lau P, Gruber M, Mulder E

“Moon Gait: investigating walk patterns in reduced gravity”, IAC-17,A2,IP,1,x38877, IAC 2017, Adelaide, Australia

Type: 
Contribution to Conference
Year: 
2017
Authors: 
Schlacht IL, Rittweger J, Mukadam MM, Feuillard R, Daumer M, Masali M, Kuehnegger W, Foing B - Proceedings of the 68th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Adelaide, AUS, September 25-29, 2017

During the Apollo missions, it was discovered that on the Moon, people
have a completely different way of moving and walking. Currently the DLR
(German Aerospace Center) is running a study coordinated by Prof. Jörn
Rittweger (head of the 'Space Physiology' division at the DLR institute)
to investigate human-machine system interaction in hypogravity in order
to design interfaces that will support the user in these extreme
conditions.

This paper is a summary review of the thesis "Moon Gait: Investigating a

„Walking on the Moon“, ELS European Lunar Symposium, http://els2016.arc.nasa.gov/, 18-19. May 2016 Amsterdam

Type: 
Contribution to Conference
Year: 
2016
Authors: 
Schlacht IL, Rittweger J, Foing B, Daumer M, Masali M http://els2016.arc.nasa.gov/










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