Roxana Ramirez Herrera
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020 3108 7704 (x57704)
UCLIC and Computer Science
169 Euston Road
London, NW1 2AE
In collaboration with the Queen Elizabeth Foundation for Disabled People, my research revolves around early powered mobility, and how technology can be better used to make children with severe motor impairments to take as much advantage from driving electric wheelchairs, for their overall development.
I obtained a BS in Mechatronics Engineering at Tecnológico de Monterrey CEM, Mexico, and due to my interest in engineering applied to medicine I pursued an MSc in Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London.
|Roxana Ramirez Herrera, S Joshi, Ramirez DZ Morgado, T Carlson, H Dawes, Catherine Holloway||Novice vs experienced wheelchair users: perceived difficulty of task performance with and without a push-rim-activated power assisted wheelchair (PAPAW)||2019||ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY, Conference paper (text)|
|Roxana Ramirez Herrera, BM Heravi, Giulia Barbareschi, T Carlson, Catherine Holloway||Towards a Wearable Wheelchair Monitor: Classification of push style based on inertial sensors at multiple upper limb locations||2019||IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), Conference paper (text), IEEE Syst Man & Cybernet Soc, Miyazaki, JAPAN|
|Roxana Ramirez Herrera, Catherine Holloway, BM Heravi, T Carlson||Towards a sensor-based system for assessing and monitoring powered mobility skills in children||2017||ASSETS 2017 - Proceedings of the 19th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility, Conference paper (text)|