Joseph Cusumano

Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics

Joseph Cusumano

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Walking Exercise Equipment Gait Error Correction Accidental Falls Foot Parkinson Disease Arm Statistics Performance Feedback Noise Time Series Energy Virtual Reality Euler Bernoulli Beams Chaos Amputation Movement Running Periodic Orbits Trial Damage Chaos Theory Learning

Most Recent Papers

Multi-Objective Control of Lateral Foot Placement While Walking

J Dingwell, Joseph Cusumano, on p. 1

An Energy Closure Criterion for Model Reduction of a Kicked Euler-Bernoulli Beam

Suparno Bhattacharyya, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2021, Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, Transactions of the ASME

Walking humans trade off different task goals to regulate lateral stepping

Anna C. Render, Meghan E. Kazanski, Joseph P. Cusumano, Jonathan B. Dingwell, 2021, Journal of Biomechanics

How persons with transtibial amputation regulate lateral stepping while walking in laterally destabilizing environments

Jonathan B. Dingwell, Joseph P. Cusumano, Jonathan H. Rylander, Jason M. Wilken, 2021, Gait and Posture on p. 88-95

The high forecasting complexity of stochastically perturbed periodic orbits limits the ability to distinguish them from chaos

Navendu S. Patil, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2020, Nonlinear Dynamics on p. 697-712

Task-level regulation enhances global stability of the simplest dynamic walker

Navendu S. Patil, Jonathan B. Dingwell, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2020, Journal of the Royal Society Interface

How healthy older adults regulate lateral foot placement while walking in laterally destabilizing environments

Meghan E. Kazanski, Joseph P. Cusumano, Jonathan B. Dingwell, 2020, Journal of Biomechanics

Correlations of pelvis state to foot placement do not imply within-step active control

Navendu S. Patil, Jonathan B. Dingwell, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2019, Journal of Biomechanics

Regulation of lateral stepping movements in walking is redundant, multi-objective, and adaptable

J Dingwell, Joseph Cusumano, 2019, on p. 1

Regulation of lateral stepping in destabilizing environments by persons with transtibial amputation

J Dingwell, Jonathan Rylander, Joseph Cusumano, Jason Wilken, 2019, on p. 1

Most-Cited Papers

Both coordination and symmetry of arm swing are reduced in Parkinson's disease

Xuemei Huang, Joseph M. Mahoney, Mechelle M. Lewis, Guangwei Du, Stephen J. Piazza, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2012, Gait and Posture on p. 373-377

Identifying stride-to-stride control strategies in human treadmill walking

Jonathan B. Dingwell, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2015, PLoS One on p. 27

Movement variability near goal equivalent manifolds

Joseph P. Cusumano, Jonathan B. Dingwell, 2013, Human Movement Science on p. 899-923

Increased gait variability may not imply impaired stride-to-stride control of walking in healthy older adults: Winner: 2013 Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society Best Paper Award

Jonathan B. Dingwell, Mandy M. Salinas, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2017, Gait and Posture on p. 131-137

Trial-to-trial dynamics and learning in a generalized, redundant reaching task

Jonathan B. Dingwell, Rachel F. Smallwood, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2013, Journal of Neurophysiology on p. 225-237

Dopaminergic modulation of arm swing during gait among Parkinson's disease patients

Nicholas W. Sterling, Joseph P. Cusumano, Noam Shaham, Stephen J. Piazza, Guodong Liu, Lan Kong, Guangwei Du, Mechelle M. Lewis, Xuemei Huang, 2015, Journal of Parkinson's Disease on p. 141-150

Adaptability of stride-to-stride control of stepping movements in human walking

Nicole K. Bohnsack-McLagan, Joseph P. Cusumano, Jonathan B. Dingwell, 2016, Journal of Biomechanics on p. 229-237

Error Correction and the Structure of Inter-Trial Fluctuations in a Redundant Movement Task

Joby John, Jonathan B. Dingwell, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2016, PLoS Computational Biology

Damage dynamics, rate laws, and failure statistics via Hamilton’s principle

Joseph P. Cusumano, Arjun Roy, Qiang Li, 2015, Meccanica on p. 77-98

Humans control stride-to-stride stepping movements differently for walking and running, independent of speed

Jonathan B. Dingwell, Nicole K. Bohnsack-McLagan, Joseph P. Cusumano, 2018, Journal of Biomechanics on p. 144-151