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International Conference

  • [78] Eun Young Park, Young Bin Cho, Ung Hyun Ko, Jin-Sung Park, Su-Kyung Park, Jennifer Hyunjong Shin, Actomyosin driven oscillatory behavior in microglial cells, Mechanobiology of Disease, 2016
  • [77] Myunghyun Lee, Sukyung Park, Momentum-impulse analysis interprets the actuation strategy change of split-belt walking to be energetically optimal, Dynamic Walking 2016, 2016
  • [76] Chang Keun Jung, Sukyung Park, Incorporation of center of pressure excursion in a compliant running model may improve reproduction of human running dynamics, International Biomedical Engineering Conference, 2015
  • [75] Hyerim Lim, Sukyung Park, The feedback/forward controller of joint could achieve the center of mass motion during running with gains determined by natural frequency, International Biomedical Engineering Conference, 2015
  • [74] Hyerim Lim, Sukyung Park, Time-varying non-linear feedback gain of the joints of stance leg based on the compliant legged walking model, The 8th Asian-Pacific Conference on Biomechanics, 2015
  • [73] Chang Keun Jung, Sukyung Park, Running model with CoP excursion associated with leg stiffness, Advances in Aeronautics, Nano, Bio, Robotics, and Energy, 2015
  • [72] Keonyoung Oh, Sukyung Park, Optimal running occurs around natural bending stiffness of metatarsophalangeal joint, Dynamic Walking, 2015
  • [71] Keonyoung Oh, Sukyung Park, Estimation of an optimal shoe bending stiffness for running economy based on natural metatarsophalangeal joint stiffness, 25th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, 2015
  • [70] Keonyeong Oh, Sukyung Park, Effects of shoe bending stiffness on running economy, International Society for Posture & Gait Research, Spain, 2015
  • [69] Myunghyun Lee, Sukyung Park, Impulse-momentum analysis shows that walking on a split-belt treadmill was energetically optimal after adaptation, International Society for Posture & Gait Research, Spain, 2015
  • [68] Myunghyun Lee, Seyoung Kim, Sukyung Park, Resonance-based oscillations of human gait mechanics under various loading conditions, International Biomedical Engineering Conference, Korea, 2014
  • [67] Keonyoung Oh, Sukyung Park, Effects of stiff midsole of running shoes on push-off energy at MTP joint, International BioMedical Engineering Conference, Korea, 2014
  • [66] Myunghyun Lee, Montakan Thajchayapong, Young-hui Chang, Sukyung Park, Walking adaptations on a split-belt treadmill are made to facilitate energetically optimal gait, Dynamic Walking, Switzerland, 2014
  • [65] Hyerim Lim and Sukyung Park, Adusted joint position of the compliant walking model with curvy feet could reproduce the ankle torque profile, Dynamic Walking, Switzerland, 2014
  • [64] Hyunggwi Song, Heewon Park, Sukyung Park, Swing leg kinetics can be described by springy-pendulum in human walking, Dynamic Walking, Switzerland, 2014
  • [63] Hyunggwi Song, Heewon Park, Sukyung Park, Can the swing leg kinetics be described by springy-pendulum in human walking?, World Congress of Biomechanics, USA, 2014
  • [62] Myunghyun Lee, Seyoung Kim, Sukyung Park, Increasing the Leg Stiffness with Load to Secure the Robustness of Resonant behavior of Gait Dynamics, The 7th Asian Pacific Conference on Biomechanics, Korea, 2013, (Best paper award)
  • [61] Hyerim Lim, Sukyung Park, Roll tilt perception in sensory conflict condition can be explained by the internal model with high weight on vision, Asian Pacific Conference on Biomechanics, Korea, 2013
  • [60] Hyeob Choi, Sukyung Park, Multi-sensory Weight by the Nervous System is Significantly Affectedby Subjective Reliability on Vision ,Asian Pacific Conference on Biomechanics, Korea, 2013
  • [59] Ju-ho Jung and Sukyung Park, Development of Biomimetic Acoustic Transducer Mimicking Nonlinear Stiffness Characteristics of Hair-cell, World Congress on Biomimetics, Artificial Muscles and Nano-Bio, Korea, 2013
  • [58] Changwon Lee, Sukyung Park, High sensitivity biomimetic accelerometer model using amplifying mechanism of stereocilia, World Congress on Biomimetics, Artificial Muscles and Nano-Bio, Korea, 2013
  • [57] Hyerim Lim, Sukyung Park, Dominant effect of visual motion cues on the motion perception under sensory conflict condition is represented by high sensory weight in internal model, International Society for Posture & Gait Research, Japan, 2013
  • [56] Hyeob Choi, Sukyung Park, Awareness of Visual Reliability Significantly Influences the Relative Sensory Weight on Motion Perception under Sensory Conflict Condition, International Society for Posture & Gait Research, Japan
  • [55] Myunghyun Lee, Seyoung Kim, Sukyung Park, Leg stiffness increased with load to achieve resonant gait dynamics, International Society for Posture & Gait Research, Japan, 2013
  • [54] Chang Keun Jung, Sukyung Park, CoP location may serve as a temporal indicator for foot placement in bipedal walking simulation, Dynamic walking, USA, 2013
  • [53] Myunghyun Lee, Seyoung Kim, Sukyung Park, Leg stiffness increases with load to achieve resonance-based CoM oscillation, Dynamic walking, USA, 2013
  • [52] Changwon Lee, Sukyung Park, High sensitive inertia sensor mimicking stereocilia array, Association for Research in Otolaryngology midwinter meeting, 2013, USA, 2013
  • [51] Changwon Lee, Sukyung Park, Array Type High Sensitive Inertia Sensor Mimicking Hair Cell Amplifying Mechanism, International Symposium on Nature Inspired Technology, Korea, 2013
  • [50] Hyerim Lim, Sukyung Park, Study about the Reliability of Sensors in Motion Perception Using Kalman Filter, In: International Symposium on Nature-inspired Technology, p16, Korea, 2013
  • [49] Hyeob Choi, Sukyung Park, Effect of awareness on sensory conflict to linear motion perception under various stimulus magnitudes, In: International Symposium on Nature-Inspired Technology, p44, Korea, 2013
  • [48] Keonyoung Oh, Juhyun Baek, Jae-Kwan Ryu, and Sukyung Park, Is push-off propulsion energetically optimal for accelerated gait?, American society of biomechanics, USA, 2012
  • [47] Hyrim Lim, Heewon Park, Sukyung Park, Sensory Reweighting for Visually Induced Roll Tilt Perception Under Sensory Conflict Conditions, American society of biomechanics, USA, 2012
  • [46] Changwon Lee, Sukyung Park, Mechanical modeling of vestibular hair cell’s amplifying mechanism, Joint World Congress of ISPGR & Gait and Mental Function, Norway, 2012
  • [45] Keonyoung Oh and Sukyung Park, Gait acceleration mostly occurs during a single support phase of human walking, Joint World Congress of ISPGR & Gait and Mental Function, Norway, 2012
  • [44] Hyrim Lim, Sukyung Park, Influence of additional sensory information, plantar tactile information, on roll tilt perception, Joint World Congress of ISPGR & Gait and Mental Function, Norway, 2012
  • [43] Jin Yeom and Sukyung Park, A gravitational impulse model predicts optimal push-off impulse during walking, Dynamic Walking, USA, 2012
  • [42] Chang Keun Jung, Sukyung Park, Forced bipedal walking model that mimics COP excursion during human walking reproduces next step generation, Dynamic Walking, USA, 2012
  • [41] Keonyoung Oh, Jaegwan Ryu, Juhyun Baek, and Sukyung Park, Is push-off propulsion the winning strategy for energy efficient gait acceleration?, Dynamic Walking, USA, 2012
  • [40] Hyunhwa Hong, Sukyung Park, Vertical leg stiffness in the single support phase and dynamic model leg stiffness shows similar to trends, International Symposium on Nature-Inspired Technology, Korea, 2012
  • [39] Keonyoung Oh and Sukyung Park, A study on the energetics of the accelerated walking: comparing to the steady-state walking, International Symposium on Nature-Inspired Technology, p45, Korea, 2012
  • [38] Changwon Lee, Sukyung Park, A biomimetic mechanical model of the negative stiffness and adaptation mechanism of stereocilia bundle, International Symposium on Nature Inspired Technology, Korea, 2012 (Best presentation award)
  • [37] Hyrim Lim, Sukyung Park, nfluence of plantar tactile stimulus on roll tilt perception ,International Symposium on Nature-Inspired Technology, Korea, 2012
  • [36] Chang Keun Jung, Sukyung Park, Compliant leg behavior with underground pivot explains center of pressure excursion, International Symposium on Nature-Inspired Technology, Korea, 2012
  • [35] Yongwoo Yi and Sukyung Park, Quantification of Sensory Reweighting for the Directional Motion Perception, American Society of Biomechanics, USA, 2011
  • [34] Hyunhwa Hong, Seyoung Kim and Sukyung Park, Leg Stiffness Increased with Gait Speed in the Elderly, USA, 2011
  • [33] Changwon Lee, Sukyung Park, A mechanical mimicry of the negative stiffness and adaptation mechanism of stereocilia bundle, ASME 2011 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, USA, 2011
  • [32] Seyoung Kim and Sukyung Park, Mechanical impulse during step-to-step transition balances propulsion energy and collision loss, American Society of Biomechanics, USA, 2011
  • [31] Seyoung Kim and Sukyung Park, Leg stiffness increases with gait speed to maximize propulsion energy during push-off, American Society of Biomechanics, USA, 2011
  • [30] Changwon Lee, Sukyung Park, Mechanical Modeling and Simulation of Stereocilia’s Adaptation Mechanism, International Symposium on Nature Inspired Technology, 2010
  • [29] Changwon Lee, Sukyung Park, Mechanical Modeling of Spontaneous Oscillation of Hair Bundles by Combining Negative Stiffness and Adaptation, International Symposium on Nature Inspired Technology, 2010
  • [28] Seyoung Kim and Sukyung Park, A limb suspension model to describe leg stiffness change with gait speed, American Society of Biomechanics, USA, 2010
  • [27] Heewon Park and Sukyung Park, Collision compensation by active push-off with gait speed, American Society of Biomechanics, USA, 2010
  • [26] Jin Yeom and Sukyung Park, Gravitational impulse model predicts collision dynamics during gait, American Society of Biomechanics, USA, 2010
  • [25] Seyoung Kim, Fay B. Horak, Patricia Carlson-Kuhta and Sukyung Park, Abnormal Postural Feedback Scaling in Parkinsonian Disease, International society of posture and gait research, p167, Italy, 2009
  • [24] Seyoung Kim, Fay B. Horak, Patricia Carlson-Kuhta and Sukyung Park, Postural feedback scaling describes the postural abnormality of Parkinsonian patients, American Society of Biomechanics, USA, 2009
  • [23] Hyunmin Kang, Jin Yeom and Sukyung Park, Gait starategy changes with walking speed to accommodate biomechanical constraint, Dynamic Walking, Canada, 2009
  • [22] Yongwoo Yi and Sukyung Park, Linear motion perception and Lower limb somatosensation, Asian Pacific Conference on Biomechanics, New Zealand, 2009
  • [21] Yongwoo Yi and Sukyung Park, Plantar sensory degradation on motion perception and postural control International society of posture and gait research, Italy, 2009
  • [20] Seyoung Kim and Sukyung Park, Change of postural feedback gain scaling by aging, North American Congress on Biomechanics, p151, USA, 2008
  • [19] Yongwoo Yi and Sukyung Park, Correlation between Balance Ability and Linear Motion Perception, International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, 2008
  • [18] Seyoung Kim and Sukyung Park, Feedback torque generation in human eigenvector coordinate, International society of posture and gait research, p178, USA, 2007
  • [17] Heewon Park and Sukyung Park, A quantitative analysis for integration of central and peripheral visual stimuli, International society of posture and gait research, USA, 2007
  • [16] Yongwoo Yi and Sukyung Park, Contribution of lower limb somatosensation to perception of linear acceleration in standing posture, International society of posture and gait research, USA, 2007
  • [15] Seyoung Kim and Sukyung Park, The Change of Postural Gain Scaling by Constrained Somatosensory Cues, Asian Pacific Conference on Biomechanics, Japan, 2007
  • [14] Heewon Park and Sukyung Park, Influence of Visual Stimulus on Tilt Perception in Sensory Conflict Condition, Asian Pacific Conference on Biomechanics, Japan, 2007
  • [13] Yongwoo Yi and Sukyung Park, Linear Motion Perception Enhanced by Noise, Asian Pacific Conference on Biomechanics, Japan, 2007
  • [12] Heewon Park and Sukyung Park, Peripheral Vision Dominates Visually Induced Postural Sway and Tilt Perception, World Congress of Biomechanics, Germany, 2006
  • [11] Yongwoo Yi and Sukyung Park, Influence of Lower Limb Proprioceptive Cues on the Detection Threshold of the Direction of Postural Movement, World Congress of Biomechanics, Germany, 2006
  • [10] Koeun Lim, and Sukyung Park, A Conceptual Model of Micro Inertial Sensor Mimicking Amplifying Mechanism of the Hair Cells, International Conference on Experimental Mechanics, Korea, 2006
  • [9] Seyoung Kim and Sukyung Park, Human Postural Feedback Response Described by Eigenvector, International Conference on Experimental Mechanics, Korea, 2006
  • [8] Sukyung Park, Fay .B. Horak, and Art. D. Kuo, Optimal Control Model of Human Postural Scaling with Biomechanical Constraints,” International Society of Biomechanics and Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, USA, 2005
  • [7] Sukyung Park, Fay .B. Horak, and Art. D. Kuo, The Effect of Initial Lean on Human Postural Scaling, International Society of Biomechanics and Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, USA, 2005
  • [6] Lionel H. Zupan, Sukyung Park, Danel M. Merfeld, The Nervous System Uses Internal Models to Achieve Sensory Integration, Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, USA, 2004
  • [5] Sukyung Park, Claire Gianna-Poulin, FOwen. Black, Scott Wood, and Daniel Merfeld, Neural Strategies to Resolve Ambiguous Otolith Cues: Influence of rotational cues on human eye movement, Society for Neuroscience, p593.18, USA, 2003
  • [4] Daniel Merfeld, Sukyung Park, Claire Gianna-Poulin, FOwen. Black, and Scott Wood, Neural Strategies to Resolve Ambiguous Otolith Cues: Influence of Rotational Cues on Human Perception of Tilt and Translation, Society for Neuroscience, p268.18, USA, 2003
  • [3] Daniel Merfeld, Sukyung Park, Claire Gianna-Poulin, FOwen. Black, and Scott Wood, Tilt Perception and Horizontal Eye Movement Responses During Tilt and Translation, Midwinter meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, p331, USA, 2003
  • [2] Sukyung Park, Art. D. Kuo, Claire L. Shupert, Fay B. Horak, and Amy Gross, Human Postural Responses Scale with Biomechanical Constraints, Society for Neuroscience, p833.5, USA, 2003
  • [1] Sukyung Park, Art D. Kuo, Rose Speers, Posture Control Model of Contributions to In-creased Unsteadiness, International Society for Posture and Gait Research, Canada, 1999