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Prof David Howard
Prof David Howard
postal addressSchool of Computing, Science & Engineering, Room UG6, Newton Building, University of Salford, Salford, M5 4WT.
email addressd.howard@salford.ac.uk
website addresshttp://www.cse.salford.ac.uk/research/casecs.php
Key Memberships
Full Member of Research Centre: Centres for Health Sciences Research
From September 2015 to present.
Full Member of Research Centre: Salford Innovation Research Centre (SIRC)
From September 2015 to present.
From October 2009 to August 2015.
Full Member of Research Centre: Engineering 2050 Research Centre
From October 2009 to October 2009.
Associate Member of Research Centre: Engineering 2050 Research Centre
From October 2009 to September 2011.
Profile Summary
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Key Projects
2016
Mar
Are older people putting themselves at risk of falling when using a walking frame?
Dunhill Medical Trust, £74,907.00.
Principal Investigator: S Thies (60%). Co-Investigators: M Granat (10%), L Kenney (15%), D Howard (15%).
2014
Feb
A practical, yet flexible functional electrical stimulation system for upper limb functional rehabilitation
National Institute for Health Research, £568,893.00.
Principal Investigator: L Kenney (35%). Co-Investigators: D Howard (30%), N Hardiker (5%), T Williamson (5%), C Smith (25%).
2012
Dec
Energy efficient lower limb prostheses
EPSRC, £671,817.00.
Principal Investigator: D Howard (40%). Co-Investigators: M Twiste (15%), R Baker (15%), L Kenney (30%).
2011
Nov
Flexibility and Sustainability Funding
Stroke LRN, £9,880.00.
Principal Investigator: D Howard (100%).
2009
Jul
Special Shoe Movement (SSHOES)
EC (Framework), £365,488.00.
Principal Investigator: C Nester (50%). Co-Investigators: A Williams (15%), D Howard (20%), S Hutchins (15%).
2009
Feb
An advanced FES rehabilitation tool for upper limb therapy after stroke
Department of Health, £470,753.00.
Principal Investigator: D Howard (30%). Co-Investigators: C Smith (20%), L Kenney (30%), T Williamson (10%), S Thies (10%).
2007
Oct
Dynamic orthosis with virtual electrodes for the lower limb
Health Technology Devices programme (DoH), £426,606.00.
Principal Investigator: L Kenney (30%). Co-Investigators: T Williamson (15%), J Ryan (15%), D Howard (20%), C Smith (20%).
2007
Aug
Stumbles in an activity context
Vodafone Group Services Limited, £19,994.00.
Investigators: S Preece (20%), D Howard (40%), L Kenney (40%).
2007
Apr
Wearable computing for real time monitoring of 3d foot orientation
National Institute for Health Research, £37,500.00.
Investigators: C Nester (15%), S Tyson (30%), L Kenney (40%), D Howard (15%).
2007
Jan
Development of an advanced walking simulator of the human foot.
Royal Society, £12,000.00.
Investigators: C Nester (50%), A Liu (25%), D Howard (25%).
2006
Jul
Development of clinically based gait analysis system
Vicon Motion Systems Ltd, £64,915.00.
Investigators: C Nester (50%), D Howard (50%).
2006
Jun
Inclusive design for getting outdoors (I'DGO TOO)
EPSRC, £482,841.00.
Principal Investigator: M Ormerod (25%). Co-Investigators: L Kenney (25%), D Howard (10%), C Nester (15%), R Newton (25%).
2005
Oct
The development of a clinically user friendly device to measure posture: The POET
National Institute for Health Research, £228,512.00.
Investigators: D Howard (30%), M Moatamedi (10%), L Kenney (30%), S Tyson (30%).
2004
Jan
Gait Prediction and Measurement
MOD, £117,563.00.
Investigator: D Howard (100%).
2003
Oct
Healthy Aims
EC (Framework), £450,000.00.
Investigators: D Howard (40%), L Kenney (60%).
2002
Nov
Real World Intelligent Monitoring of Protheses and Footwear (Real-Prof)
EC (Framework), £227,402.00.
Investigators: T Fernando (10%), D Howard (30%), C Nester (60%).
2002
Oct
Gait laboratory studies in support of the backpack dynamics work
Defence Logistics Organisation (MoD), £23,816.00.
Investigators: J Mickelborough (80%), D Howard (20%).
2002
Jul
2002
Jul
2000
Aug
Foot-ground interaction
Defence Clothing and Textiles Agency (MoD), £83,025.00.
Investigators: D Howard (50%), M Moatamedi (50%).
2000
Aug
Mathematical modelling of the rucksack system(s) as a suspension mechanism
Defence Clothing and Textiles Agency (MoD), £83,025.00.
Investigator: D Howard (100%).
Key Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Meeting Abstracts
Poster Presentations