Kenneth G. Holt

Kenneth G. Holt received the B.Ed. degree in Nottingham University, U.K., and M.S. degree in motor control from Pennsylvania State University, USA, the M.S. degree in physical therapy from Boston University, Boston, MA, USA, and the Ph.D. degree in biomechanics from the University of Massachusetts, USA. He is currently an Associate Professor, Boston University. His research focuses on biomechanics, normal and abnormal gait patterns, and current application to soft-exoskeleton design and testing.

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Biomechanical and Physiological Evaluation of Multi-Joint Assistance With Soft Exosuits
To understand the effects of soft exosuits on human loaded walking, we developed a reconfigurable multi-joint actuation platform that can provide synchronized forces to the ankle and hip joints. Two different assistive strategies were evaluated on eight subjects walking on... Read more