Christian Clermont
Christian Clermont
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Calgary
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The use of wearable devices for walking and running gait analysis outside of the lab: A systematic review
LC Benson, CA Clermont, E Bošnjak, R Ferber
Gait & posture 63, 124-138, 2018
Kinematic gait patterns in competitive and recreational runners
CA Clermont, ST Osis, A Phinyomark, R Ferber
Journal of applied biomechanics 33 (4), 268-276, 2017
Accelerometer-based determination of gait variability in older adults with knee osteoarthritis
CA Clermont, JM Barden
Gait & posture 50, 126-130, 2016
Running patterns for male and female competitive and recreational runners based on accelerometer data
CA Clermont, LC Benson, ST Osis, D Kobsar, R Ferber
Journal of sports sciences 37 (2), 204-211, 2019
Accelerometer-Based Step Regularity is Lower in Older Adults with Bilateral Knee Osteoarthritis
JM Barden, Clermont, CA l, D Kobsar, O Beauchet
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10, 625, 2016
Using wearable sensors to classify subject-specific running biomechanical gait patterns based on changes in environmental weather conditions
NU Ahamed, D Kobsar, L Benson, C Clermont, R Kohrs, ST Osis, ...
PLoS One 13 (9), e0203839, 2018
Classifying running speed conditions using a single wearable sensor: Optimal segmentation and feature extraction methods
LC Benson, CA Clermont, ST Osis, D Kobsar, R Ferber
Journal of biomechanics 71, 94-99, 2018
Subject-specific and group-based running pattern classification using a single wearable sensor
NU Ahamed, D Kobsar, LC Benson, CA Clermont, ST Osis, R Ferber
Journal of biomechanics 84, 227-233, 2019
Classification of higher-and lower-mileage runners based on running kinematics
CA Clermont, A Phinyomark, ST Osis, R Ferber
Journal of Sport and Health Science 8 (3), 249-257, 2019
Automated accelerometer-based gait event detection during multiple running conditions
LC Benson, CA Clermont, R Watari, T Exley, R Ferber
Sensors 19 (7), 1483, 2019
Fuzzy inference system-based recognition of slow, medium and fast running conditions using a triaxial accelerometer
NU Ahamed, L Benson, C Clermont, ST Osis, R Ferber
Procedia computer science 114, 401-407, 2017
Runners’ perspectives on ‘smart’wearable technology and its use for preventing injury
CA Clermont, L Duffett-Leger, BA Hettinga, R Ferber
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 36 (1), 31-40, 2020
New considerations for wearable technology data: Changes in running biomechanics during a marathon
CA Clermont, LC Benson, WB Edwards, BA Hettinga, R Ferber
Journal of applied biomechanics 35 (6), 401-409, 2019
The use of real-time feedback to improve kinematic marker placement consistency among novice examiners
CAJ Macaulay, ST Osis, C Clermont, R Ferber
Gait & posture 58, 440-445, 2017
New considerations for collecting biomechanical data using wearable sensors: How does inclination influence the number of runs needed to determine a stable running gait pattern?
NU Ahamed, LC Benson, CA Clermont, AJ Pohl, R Ferber
Sensors 19 (11), 2516, 2019
Fatigue-related changes in running gait patterns persist in the days following a marathon race
CA Clermont, AJ Pohl, R Ferber
Journal of sport rehabilitation 29 (7), 934-941, 2019
New Considerations for Collecting Biomechanical Data Using Wearable Sensors: The Effect of Different Running Environments
LC Benson, CA Clermont, R Ferber
Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology 8, 86, 2020
Measuring Gait Velocity and Stride Length with an Ultrawide Bandwidth Local Positioning System and an Inertial Measurement Unit
P Singh, M Esposito, Z Barrons, CA Clermont, J Wannop, D Stefanyshyn
Sensors 21 (9), 2896, 2021
The influence of midsole shear on running smoothness
CA Clermont, ZB Barrons, M Esposito, M Culo, E Dominguez, JW Wannop, ...
Footwear Science 13 (sup1), S13-S14, 2021
Sex differences in the gait regularity and symmetry of older adults with and without knee osteoarthritis
D Kobsar, J Barden, C Clermont, R Ferber
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 28, S235-S236, 2020
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