Christos E. Syrseloudis
PhD Candidate
PhD Subject: "Efficient Algorithms for the Study and Design
of Parallel Robotic Mechanisms with Physiotherapy Applications."
Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA)
Research interests:
  • Parallel Robots (Kinematics, Design, Calibration).
  • Applications of Parallel Robots in Physiotherapy.
  • Algebraic and Geometric Algorithms.
1. C. Syrseloudis, I. Emiris, C. Maganaris, T. Lilas:  "Design Framework for a Simple Robotic Ankle Evaluation and Rehabilitation Device". 
30th International Conference IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, pp. 4310-13, Vancouver, 20-24 August, 2008. (pdf )
2. C. Syrseloudis and I. Emiris:  ”A Parallel Robot for Ankle Rehabilitation-Evaluation and its Design Specifications”. 
8th IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and   Bioengineering, pp.106, Athens 8-10 October 2008. (pdf )
3. C. Syrseloudis, I. Emiris, T. Lilas, A. Maglara:  ”Design of a Simple and Modular 2-DOF Ankle Physiotherapy Device Relying on a Hybrid Serial-Parallel 
Robotic Architecture”. Journal of Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, Special Issue on Assistive and Rehabilitation Robotics, pp.1-14, vol. 8, 2011. (pdf )
4. C. Syrseloudis, D. Daney, I. Emiris:  ”Identification of  Kinematics Parameters of the Ankle Joint Complex.  ”, Submitted for Journal publication. (pdf )
5. S.G Tzafestas, C. Syrseloudis, G.G Rigatos:  ”Hybrid Position Force Control via a Neuro-fuzzy Technique: Application to the Milling Process.”,
Int. Journal of Mechanical Production Systems Engineering, No 4, pp. 25-36, 2000.
6. S.G Tzafestas, C. Syrseloudis, G.G Rigatos:  ”Neuro-fuzzy Hybrid Position/Force Control of Industrial Robots: A Simulation Study for the Milling Task.”,
3d IMACS Symp. on Mathematical Modeling , Vienna-Austria, February 2-4, 2000.
PhD Thesis (pdf )