Mr Stephanos Solomonidis

Teaching Associate

Biomedical Engineering

Publications

The Strathclyde Prosthetic Foot : a high performance prosthetic foot for low income countries
Copeland Richard, Rackerby Robin, Underhill Laura, Tankard Zoe, Buis Arjan, Riches Philip, Solomonidis Stephanos
Emedic global 2016 (2016)
Investigation of bench methods for determining stiffness of solid ankle-foot orthoses
Komaris Dimitrios Sokratis, Solomonidis Stephanos
World Congress of the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics, pp. 268-269 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1177/0309364615591100
In vitro assessment of the lenz effect on heart valve prosthesis at 1.5T
Edwards Maria-Benedicta, McLean John, Solomonidis Stephanos, Condon Barry, Gourlay Terence
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Vol 41, pp. 74-82 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1002/jmri.24547
Determination of loads carried by polypropylene ankle-foot orthoses : a preliminary study
Papi Enrica, Maclean John, Bowers Roy J, Solomonidis Stephanos E
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine Vol 229, pp. 40-51 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1177/0954411914566630
Effect of ankle-foot orthoses on gait biomechanics of early stroke patients
Papi Enrica, Solomonidis Stephanos, Bowers Roy, Rowe Philip
ISPO 2013 World Congress (2013)
The relationship between parameters of static and dynamic stability tests
Karimi M T, Solomonidis S
Journal of Research in Medical Sciences Vol 16, pp. 530-535 (2011)

more publications

Projects

KTP - Ability Matters
McGarry, Anthony (Principal Investigator) Solomonidis, Stephanos (Co-investigator)
06-Jan-2017 - 05-Jan-2019
BTG: Location of the human hip joint centre using mathematical modelling techniques
Conway, Bernard A (Academic) Solomonidis, Stephanos (Academic) Kaklis, Panagiotis (Academic) Barrenechea, Gabriel (Academic)
Gait analysis is used for the evaluation of prosthetic/orthotic devices, orthopaedic implants, and for the treatment of various medical conditions. To study joint kinetics and kinematics during gait analysis, it is necessary that the position of the Hip Joint Centre (HJC) is determined as accurately as possible. It is difficult to obtain the exact location of the HJC as it is very deeply seated inside the body, surrounded by several layers of soft tissues. In this project we aim to develop a mathematical model to accurately predict the location of the HJC. We will also explore the use of ultrasonics for HJC location
03-Jan-2014 - 30-Jan-2014

more projects

Address

Biomedical Engineering
Graham Hills Building

Location Map

View University of Strathclyde in a larger map