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Marco Sai Kit Wu
Ph.D , Mechanical Engineering
M.S. , BioEngineering
M.S. , Electrical Engineering
B.S. , Electrical Engineering
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 Design and Preliminary Testing of a Pneumatic Muscle-Actuated Transfemoral Prosthesis, J. Med. Devices.
 Design of a Powered Lower-Extremity Orthosis for Sit-to-Stand and Ambulation Assistance, J. Med. Devices.
 A Pneumatic Muscle-Actuated Transfemoral Prosthesis, 779-786,MOVIC2012-8771
 Design and Control of a Pneumatic Artificial Muscle Actuated Above-Knee Prosthesis, J. Med. Devices, Volume 5,Issue 3
 Electromyography-based control of active above-knee prostheses, Control Engineering Practice Volume: 19, Issue: 8, Publisher: Elsevier, Pages: 875-882
 Design and Control of a Compact and Flexible Pneumatic Artificial Muscle Actuation System. Part Two: Robust Control, DSCC conference
 Design and Control of a Compact and Flexible Pneumatic Artificial Muscle Actuation System. Part One: Design Process, DSCC conference
 Classifications of Intentions for Controlling of a Multifunctional Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthosis, DSCC conference
 How visual feedback affects movements by Wu, Sai-Kit and University of Pittsburgh. School of Engineering
 Brain-computer interface by Sai-Kit Wu and University of Nebraska. School of Engineering