1.Hu, X., Zhao, J., Peng D., Sun, Z. and Qu, X. (2018) Estimation of Foot Plantar Center of Pressure Trajectories with Low-cost Instrumented Insoles using an Individual-Specific Nonlinear Model (to appear in Sensor)
2.Hu, X., Zhao, J., Li, Y., He, Y. and Qu, X. (2017) A Low Cost Instrumented Insole to Measure the Center of Pressure during Standing, Proceedings of International Conference on Mechatronics and Intelligent Robotics (ICMIR2017), Kunming China.
3.Hu, X., Zhong, S., and Qu, X. (2017) An Instrumented Glove for Real Time Feedback on Hand Gripping Pressure and Bending, Proceedings of 4th Annual International Conference on Design, Manufacturing and Mechatronics (DMM2017), Guangzhou, China.
4.Hu, X., Huang, Z., Jiang, J. and Qu X., (2017) An Inertial Sensor Based System for Real-Time Biomechanical Analysis during Running, Journal of Medical and Bioengineering, 6(1), 1-5, doi: 10.18178/jomb.6.1.1-5.
5.Hu, X., Qu X. (2016) The Effect of Back-Carrying Load and Fatigue on Gait Characteristics at Heel Contact. In: Goonetilleke R., Karwowski W. (eds) Advances in Physical Ergonomics and Human Factors. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 489. Springer, Cham.
6.Hu, X., and Qu, X. (2016) Pre-impact fall detection. BioMedical Engineering OnLine 15(61). Published online 2016 Jun 1. doi: 10.1186/s12938-016-0194-x
7.Hu, X., Yao, C., and Soh, G.S. (2015) Performance evaluation of lower limb ambulatory measurement using reduced Inertial Measurement Units and 3R gait model. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), Singapore.
8.Hu, X. and Soh G.S. (2015) A study on estimation of planar gait kinematics using minimal inertial measurement units and inverse kinematics. Proceedings of 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, Chicago, IL, USA.
9.Hu, X., and Qu, X. (2015) Detecting falls using a fall indicator defined by a linear combination of kinematic measures. Safety Science 72, 315-318.
10.Hu, X., and Qu, X. (2014) An individual-specific fall detection model based on the statistical process control chart. Safety Science 64, 13-21
11.Qu, X., and Hu, X. (2014) Lower-extremity kinematics and postural stability during stair negotiation: Effects of two cognitive tasks. Clinical Biomechanics, 29, 40-46.
12.Hu, X., and Qu, X. (2013). Differentiating slip-induced falls from normal walking and successful recovery after slips using kinematic measures. Ergonomics, 56(5), 856-867.
13.Qu, X., Hu, X., & Lew, F. L. (2012). Differences in lower extremity muscular responses between successful and failed balance recovery after slips. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 42(5), 499-504.
14.Hu, X., and Qu, X. (2012) Apply time series modelling in gait kinematic analysis during slips. Paper presented at Expert Scientific Meeting (ESM) 2012, Aalborg, Denmark.
15.Hu, X., and Qu, X. (2012) Reliability of kinematic measures during no-slip and slip gait. Proceedings of 2012 Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society Annual Meeting (GCMAS), Grand Rapids, MI, USA.
16.Qu, X., and Hu, X. (2010) Effects of visual input on standing balance control when back-carrying external loads. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA, USA.