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Maria Vatshaug Ottermo

Research Scientist

Maria Vatshaug Ottermo

Research Scientist

Maria Vatshaug Ottermo
Phone: 948 78 024
Department: Software Engineering, Safety and Security
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+892314

In myoelectric prostheses, movement artifacts are known to impair control performance. This study relates to a novel sensor which measures surface electromyograms (SEMG) as well as contact force at the electrode-skin interface. Its purpose is to explore the in-socket mechanical realities of movement...

Authors Stavdahl Øyvind Kyberd Peter Joseph Magne Tordis Ottermo Maria Vatshaug Mugaas Terje
Year 2011
Type Part of a book/report
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+353542

This paper describes the design and performance of a prototype remote palpation instrument with tactile feedback for laparoscopic surgery. Psychophysical experiments aiming at comparing palpation with and without tactile feedback are also described. The remote palpation instrument is designed to pro...

Authors Ottermo Maria Vatshaug Stavdahl Øyvind Johansen Tor Arne
Year 2009
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+375755

Two experiments aiming at comparing palpation with gloved fingers, conventional laparoscopic instruments, and a laparoscopic instrument with a sensor array attached to its end effector are described. The sensor array provides the surgeon with visually presented tactile information. Fifteen subjects ...

Authors Ottermo Maria Vatshaug Øvstedal Marit Langø Thomas Stavdahl Øyvind Yavuz Yunus Johansen Tor Arne Mårvik Ronald
Year 2006
Type Journal publication
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+502659

Laparoscopic surgery has many ergonomic disadvantages often not considered in the design of instruments. The poorly designed surgical tools produce inconveniences in both functional and cognitive aspects; including tactile sensation and visual-motor space coordination. The aim of this article is to ...

Authors Mårvik Ronald Nesbakken Ragnhild Langø Thomas Yavuz Yunus Bjelland Hans Vanhauwaert Ottermo Maria Vatshaug Stavdahl Øyvind
Year 2006
Type Journal publication