Ohio State University
College of Steubenville
Dr. Robinson’s research interests are focused on combining the development of micro- and nano-devices capable of measuring stroke sequences with fundamental research that characterizes the behavior of the nervous system, quantification of tremor through signal processing analysis of graphical drawings, and determining and describing the control systems employed in health and disease to permit upright standing in humans.
Robert J. Schilling and Charles J. Robinson, “A Phase-Locked Loop Model of the Response of the Postural Control System to Periodic Platform Motion,” IEEE Transactions of Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, Vol. 18, No. 3, June 2010.
R.J. Schilling, E.M. Bollt, G.D. Fulk, J.D. Skufea, A.F. Al-Ajlouni and C.J. Robinson, “A Quiet Standing Index for Testing the Postural Sway of Healthy and Diabetic Adults Across a Range of Ages,” IEEE Trans. On Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 56, No 2, pp. 292-302, 2009.
Robinson, C.J., Fulk, G., Mondal, S., “Comparing Psychophysical Detection Thresholds to Very Short Postural Perturbations in Mature Adults With and Without Diabetes”, Proc of the XIX Conf of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research Conference, Bologna, Italy, p. 176, June 2009.
E. Bollt, K.D. Larsen, J. Skufca, C. Robinson “EigenFeet and Archetypes - Principle Analysis and Partitions of Foot Pressure Data”, Int’l Society for Posture and Gait Research Satellite Conference, Parva, Italy, June 2009.
J. Skufca, E. Bollt, R Pilkar, B. Hrycik, C. Robinson, “Eigenposes: Using Principal Components to Describe Body Configuration for Analysis of Postural Control Dynamics”, Int’l Society for Posture and Gait Research Satellite Conference, Parva, Italy, June 2009.
Robinson, C.J., “Caring for the Caregiver (and Improving the Client’s Quality of Life) Through Appropriate Use of Technology; but … Only if the Needed Information is Available and Accessible! IEEE-USA Accessing the Future Conf, Boston, MA, July, 09.
K.D. Larsen, J.D. Skufca, E.M. Bollt, C. J. Robinson, ”The Shifts in Foot Pressure under Perturbed Standing as a Function of Balance Strategy”, Proc Biomed Engr Society Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, Platform talk OP-10-3-8B, Oct 2009.
V.V. Bhatkar, J.D. Skufca, C.J. Robinson, “Categorizing Human Psychophysical Detection Strategies During Short Anterior Platform Translations”, Proc Biomed Engr Society Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, Poster PS10A-176, Oct 2009
Pilkar, R., Bhatkar, V., Storey, C.M., Robinson, C.J., “Human Ankile Angle Excursions Linked to Detection of Small Horizontal Sinusoidal Platform Translations,” Proc. Of the XVII Congress of the International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology (SEK), Niagara Falls, ON, Canada, Presentation PBO3.2, June 2008.
Dong, X., Robinson, C.J., “TA Activation Occurs Only with Correctly Detected, Short Platform Translations Made at and Above Detection Threshold,” Proc. Of the XVII Congress of the International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology (SEK), Niagara Falls, ON, Canada, Presentation PBO3.3, June 2008.
Fulk, G.D., Mondal, S., Storey, C.M., Robinson, .C.J., “The Effect of Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy in Detecting Whole Body Movements During Small Postural Perturbations.” Soc. For Neuroscience Abstract 181.13, Washington, DC. Nov 16, 2008.
Dong, X., Robinson, C.J., “Assessing the Psychophysics of Position Control and Its Physiological Correlates,” Proc. 30th Annual International IEEE EMBS Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, pp 4539-4543, Aug. 08., 2008.
Robinson, C.J., AIMBE Board of Directors Meeting; Washington, DC September 14 through September 16, 2008
Robinson, C.J., 2008 BMES Annual Fall Meeting; St. Louis, MO October 1, through October 4, 2008
Robinson, C.J., UNESCO World WABT 2008 Forum; Rome, Italy October 16, through October 18, 2008
Robinson, C.J., HHMI NIBIB Peer Review Panel; Washington, DC November 13, through November 17, 2008.