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2019

K. Vantil*, E. Young*, C. Donnelly, T.C. Davies. Exploring Interdisciplinary Team Function through a Classroom Case Study. American Educational Research Association, April, 2019


2018

R. Lopez*, S.D. Pinder, T.C. Davies. Co-Designing: Working with braille users in the design of a device to teach braille, Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference July, 2018. (10 pages, based on peer reviewed abstract).


2017

R.J. Greenfield*, H. Hwang*, T.C.Davies, A.J. McDaid. Soft-stop knee brace for rehabilitation from ligament injuries: Design and pilot trial.  IEEE ICORR Conference, London, England, July 2017 ( 5 pages)

E. Delarosa*, C. Donnelly, S. Murphy, T.C. Davies. Building Better Together: Engineering Design with Occupational Therapists and End Users. Canadian Engineering Education Conference, Toronto, 2017 (based on peer reviewed abstract – 8 pages).


2016

R. Lopez*, and T.C. Davies. The Effect of Surface Electromyography Placement on Muscle Activation Amplitudes and Timing. IEEE EMBS International Student Conference, Ottawa, May, 2016.(4 pages)


2015

S. Taherian, G. Owens, T.C. Davies. The Ethical and Practical Issues Surrounding the Design of Assistive Technology for Individuals with Severe Physical Disability and Complex Communication Needs, December 2015, Melbourne, Australia.

A. Payne, B. Plimmer, T.C.Davies. Repeatability of Eye-Hand Movement OnsetAsynchrony Measurements and Cerebral Palsy: A Case Study. Computer Human Interaction New Zealand Conference, Hamilton, September. 2015 

M. Zhang*, B. Sheng, T.C. Davies, W. Meng, S. Xie Model based Open-Loop Posture Control of a Parallel Ankle Assessment and Rehabilitation Robot, AIM 2015, Korea.


2014

R. McCardle*, T.C Davies. Echo state networks for brain computer interface classification. The 6th brain computer interface conference, September, 2014, Graz, Austria.

M. Zhang*, Y. Zhang, T.C Davies, S.Xie. An in-vivo lateral ankle ligament strainbehaviour assessment technique for potential use in robot assisted therapy. The 36th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering Medicine and Biology Society, August, 2014, Chicago, USA.

A. Almanji*, T.C.Davies, and R. Amor. A dynamic adjustment ofcontrol-Display Gain Based on Curvature Index, The 2nd International Conference on Multimedia and Human Computer Interaction (MHCI'14), August 2014, Prague, Czech Republic.


2013

A. Deacon*, T.C. Davies, and S.D. Pinder. Further development of the AUDEO (Audification of Ultrasound for Detection of Environmental Obstacles). The International Conference on Multimedia and Human Computer Interaction (MHCI’13), July, 2013 Toronto, Canada. pp. 55.1-55.9

T.C. Davies, M. Deacon*, J. Singh*, Z. Holly*, and J. Parsons. Wii can balance: reducing falls in older persons. The International Conference on Multimedia and Human Computer Interaction (MHCI’13), July, 2013 Toronto, Canada. Pp. 62.1-62.7


2009

T.C. Davies, S.D. Pinder, and C.M. Burns.  How far is that wall? Judging distance withaudification.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October, 2009, pp. 1091 -1095. 

S.D. Pinder and T.C. Davies.  AUDEO: Audification of ultrasound for thedetection of environmental obstacles.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October, 2009, pp. 1647 -1651.

S.D. Pinder and T.C. Davies.  Bi-modal aircraft cockpit user interface of theTABI/A.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October, 2009, pp. 1637 -1641.


2008

T.C Davies, S.D. Pinder, C.M. Burns.  Comparison of audible echoes to audified ultrasound echoes for distance determination.  Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Low Vision. International Society for Low Vision Research and Rehabilitation, Montreal, July, 2008. (53.1 – 5 pages)

T.C Davies, S.D. Pinder, C.M. Burns.  Aperture passability using audified ultrasound as compared to vision. The 9th International Conference on Low Vision. International Society for Low Vision Research and Rehabilitation, Montreal, July, 2008. (53.3 – 5 pages)

T.C Davies, S.D. Pinder, C.M. Burns.  Comparison of audible echoes to audified ultrasound echoes for localisation. The 9th International Conference on Low Vision. International Society for Low Vision Research and Rehabilitation, Montreal, July, 2008. (120.4 – 5 pages)


2007

T.C. Davies, C. M. Burns and S.D. Pinder. Testing a Novel Auditory Interface Display to Enable Visually Impaired Travelers to use Sonar Mobility Devices Effectively.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, October, 2007 pp. 278-282.

T.C. Davies, C. M. Burns and S.D. Pinder. Mobility Interfaces for the Visually Impaired: What’s Missing? Proceedings of the 8th Annual SIGCHI-NZ Conference on Human Computer Interaction, Hamilton, New Zealand, July, 2007. pp. 41-48.

S.D. Pinder and T.C. Davies. Exploring Direct Downconversion of Ultrasound for Human Echolocation.  Proceedings of the 8th Annual SIGCHI-NZ Conference on Human Computer Interaction, Hamilton, New Zealand, July, 2007. pp. 49-54.


2006

T.C. Davies, C. M. Burns and S.D. Pinder.  UsingEcological Interface Design to develop an auditory interface for visuallyimpaired travellers.  Proceedings of the 18th Australia Conference on Human Computer Interaction, OZCHI 2006, Sydney Australia, November, 2006 . pp. 309 – 312 (Citations = 12).

S.D. Pinder, D. Bristow and T.C. Davies Interface Design for an Aircraft Thrust andBraking Indicator/AdvisorProceedings of the 18th Australia Conference on Human Computer Interaction, OZCHI 2006, Sydney Australia, November, 2006. pp 103-110 (Citations = 2).

T.C. Davies and C. M. Burns.  Do you hear what I hear?  Reflecting on Auditory Display in Medicine. Health Informatics New Zealand Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, August, 2006.


2005

T.C. Davies and S.D. Pinder.   Spatial orientation using echolocation – Characterisingsignals for downconversion.  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, Orlando, Florida, September, 2005. pp.1009-1013.

 

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