Ernest Nlandu Kamavuako

Ernest Nlandu Kamavuako (M’11) received his Master and Ph.D. degrees in Biomedical Engineering in 2006 and 2010, respectively, from Aalborg University, Denmark, where he was assistant professor (2010-2014) and associate professor (2014-2017) in the Department of Health Science and Technology. He has joined King’s College London as Senior Lecturer in the Department of Informatics since October 2017. From 2012 to 2013, he was a Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering and since January 2017, he is appointed Adjunct Professor in the Department of electrical and computer engineering, University of New Brunswick, Canada. Between February and September 2017, he was academic visitor in the department of bioengineering, Imperial College London, United Kingdom. His main research interest is related to the use of invasive recordings in the control of upper limb prostheses. He is an Associate Editor for IEEE transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering.

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Psychophysical Evaluation of Subdermal Electrical Stimulation in Relation to Prosthesis Sensory Feedback
      This study evaluated the psychophysical properties of subdermal electrical stimulation to investigate its feasibility in providing sensory feedback for limb prostheses. The detection threshold (DT), pain threshold (PT), just noticeable difference (JND), as well as the elicited sensation quality, comfort,... Read more