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Antonis Ekizos
Antonis Ekizos
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Challenging human locomotion: stability and modular organisation in unsteady conditions
A Santuz, A Ekizos, N Eckardt, A Kibele, A Arampatzis
Scientific reports 8 (1), 2740, 2018
1172018
On the methodological implications of extracting muscle synergies from human locomotion
A Santuz, A Ekizos, L Janshen, V Baltzopoulos, A Arampatzis
International journal of neural systems 27 (05), 1750007, 2017
902017
Foot strike patterns differ between children and adolescents growing up barefoot vs. shod
K Hollander, JE De Villiers, R Venter, S Sehner, K Wegscheider, ...
International Journal of Sports Medicine 39 (02), 97-103, 2018
582018
Ultrasound does not provide reliable results for the measurement of the patellar tendon cross sectional area
A Ekizos, F Papatzika, G Charcharis, S Bohm, F Mersmann, A Arampatzis
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 23 (6), 1278-1282, 2013
572013
Transition from shod to barefoot alters dynamic stability during running
A Ekizos, A Santuz, A Arampatzis
Gait & posture 56, 31-36, 2017
542017
A pressure plate-based method for the automatic assessment of foot strike patterns during running
A Santuz, A Ekizos, A Arampatzis
Annals of biomedical engineering 44, 1646-1655, 2016
532016
Modular control of human movement during running: an open access data set
A Santuz, A Ekizos, L Janshen, F Mersmann, S Bohm, V Baltzopoulos, ...
Frontiers in physiology 9, 1509, 2018
502018
Neuromotor dynamics of human locomotion in challenging settings
A Santuz, L Brüll, A Ekizos, A Schroll, N Eckardt, A Kibele, M Schwenk, ...
Iscience 23 (1), 2020
452020
The influence of footwear on the modular organization of running
A Santuz, A Ekizos, L Janshen, V Baltzopoulos, A Arampatzis
Frontiers in physiology 8, 958, 2017
422017
Muscle activation patterns are more constrained and regular in treadmill than in overground human locomotion
I Mileti, A Serra, N Wolf, V Munoz-Martel, A Ekizos, E Palermo, ...
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology 8, 1169, 2020
412020
Lower complexity of motor primitives ensures robust control of high-speed human locomotion
A Santuz, A Ekizos, Y Kunimasa, K Kijima, M Ishikawa, A Arampatzis
Heliyon 6 (10), 2020
362020
Neuromuscular organisation and robustness of postural control in the presence of perturbations
V Munoz-Martel, A Santuz, A Ekizos, A Arampatzis
Scientific reports 9 (1), 12273, 2019
352019
The maximum Lyapunov exponent during walking and running: Reliability assessment of different marker-sets
A Ekizos, A Santuz, A Schroll, A Arampatzis
Frontiers in physiology 9, 1101, 2018
342018
Short-and long-term effects of altered point of ground reaction force application on human running energetics
A Ekizos, A Santuz, A Arampatzis
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (15), jeb176719, 2018
252018
Modular control during incline and level walking in humans
L Janshen, A Santuz, A Ekizos, A Arampatzis
Journal of experimental biology 220 (5), 807-813, 2017
252017
Fuzziness of muscle synergies in patients with multiple sclerosis indicates increased robustness of motor control during walking
L Janshen, A Santuz, A Ekizos, A Arampatzis
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 7249, 2020
242020
Swaying slower reduces the destabilizing effects of a compliant surface on voluntary sway dynamics
DA Patikas, A Papavasileiou, A Ekizos, V Hatzitaki, A Arampatzis
PLoS One 14 (12), e0226263, 2019
132019
Reliability and limits of agreement of the supraspinatus muscle anatomical cross-sectional area assessment by ultrasonography
F Papatzika, M Papandreou, A Ekizos, C Panteli, A Arampatzis
Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology 41 (7), 1821-1826, 2015
92015
Runners employ different strategies to cope with increased speeds based on their initial strike patterns
A Ekizos, A Santuz, A Arampatzis
Frontiers in Physiology, 1908, 2021
52021
Challenging human locomotion
A Santuz, A Ekizos, N Eckardt, A Kibele, A Arampatzis
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2018
22018
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