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Dr. Saeko Franklin

Chair of Cognitive Systems (Prof. Cheng)

Postal address

Postal:
Karlstraße 45/II
80333 München

Research interests

Sae Franklin joined the ICS in 2017 as a technical assistant for human-robot interaction and control experiments. She previously worked in the Computational and Biological Learning Lab in University of Cambridge as a research assistant.

Publications

2019

  • DW Franklin, J Česonis, S Franklin, R Leib: A Technique for Measuring Visuomotor Feedback Contributions to the Control of an Inverted Pendulum. EEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2019, 1513-1516 more… BibTeX
  • J Česonis, R Leib, S Franklin, DW Franklin: Controller Gains of an Inverted Pendulum are Influenced by the Visual Feedback Position. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2019, 5068-5071 more… BibTeX
  • R Leib, J Česonis, S Franklin, DW Franklin: LQG framework explains performance of balancing inverted pendulum with incongruent visual feedback. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2019, 1940-1943 more… BibTeX
  • S Franklin, J Česonis, R Leib, DW Franklin: Feedback Delay Changes the Control of an Inverted Pendulum. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2019, 1517-1520 more… BibTeX

2018

  • IS Howard, S Franklin, DW Franklin: Characterization of Neural Tuning: Visual Lead-in Movements Generalise in Speed and Distance. ICNR (International Conference on NeuroRehabilitation), 2018, 1030-1033 more… BibTeX
  • Justinas Česonis, Sae Franklin and David W. Franklin: A simulated Inverted Pendulum to Investigate Human Sensorimotor Control. 2018 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC, 2018 more… BibTeX
  • Sae Franklin, Justinas Česonis and David W. Franklin: Influence of Visual Feedback on the Sensorimotor Control of an Inverted Pendulum. 2018 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2018, 5170-5173 more… BibTeX

2017

  • Sae Franklin, Daniel M. Wolpert, David W Franklin: Rapid visuomotor feedback gains are tuned to the task dynamics. Journal of Neurophysiology 118 No5, 2017, 2711-2726 more… BibTeX