Sofija Spasojevic

Sofija Spasojevic

Ph.D. Students

Position: Ph.D Student, within the IST-University of Belgrade Joint Doctoral Initiative

Computer and Robot Vision Lab (VisLab)

sr.nipup@civejosaps.ajifos

Journal Papers

[1] Sofija Spasojevic, T. Ilić, S. Milanović, V. Potkonjak, A. Rodić, José Santos-Victor, Combined Vision and Wearable Sensors-based System for Movement Analysis in Rehabilitation, accepted, Methods of Information in Medicine, 2016

Book Chapters

[2] Sofija Spasojevic, Rodrigo Ventura, José Santos-Victor, V. Potkonjak, A. Rodić, Automatic Segmentation of Therapeutic Exercises Motion Data with a Predictive Event Approach, In New Trends in Medical and Service Robots, Vol. 38 of the series Mechanisms and Machine Science, pp. 217-225. Springer International Publishing, 2016

Conference Papers

[3] Sofija Spasojevic, José Santos-Victor, T. Ilić, S. Milanović, V. Potkonjak, A. Rodić, A Vision-Based System for Movement Analysis in Medical Applications: The Example of Parkinson Disease, Proc. of ICVS 2015 - International Conference on Computer Vision Systems, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015 - PDF

PhD Theses

[4] Sofija Spasojevic, Quantitative movement analysis in the rehabilitation of neurological disorders using vision and wearable sensors, Ph.D. Thesis, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, joint degree with the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Belgrade, March, 2018
[1] Sofija Spasojevic, T. Ilić, S. Milanović, V. Potkonjak, A. Rodić, José Santos-Victor, Combined Vision and Wearable Sensors-based System for Movement Analysis in Rehabilitation, accepted, Methods of Information in Medicine, 2016
[1] Sofija Spasojevic, Rodrigo Ventura, José Santos-Victor, V. Potkonjak, A. Rodić, Automatic Segmentation of Therapeutic Exercises Motion Data with a Predictive Event Approach, In New Trends in Medical and Service Robots, Vol. 38 of the series Mechanisms and Machine Science, pp. 217-225. Springer International Publishing, 2016
[1] Sofija Spasojevic, José Santos-Victor, T. Ilić, S. Milanović, V. Potkonjak, A. Rodić, A Vision-Based System for Movement Analysis in Medical Applications: The Example of Parkinson Disease, Proc. of ICVS 2015 - International Conference on Computer Vision Systems, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015 - PDF
[1] Sofija Spasojevic, Quantitative movement analysis in the rehabilitation of neurological disorders using vision and wearable sensors, Ph.D. Thesis, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, joint degree with the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Belgrade, March, 2018

In the same group

João Abrantes
João Avelino
Catarina Barata
Alexandre Bernardino
Heitor Cardoso
Nino Cauli
Bruno Damas
Atabak Dehban
Rui Figueiredo
José Gaspar
Lorenzo Jamone
Manuel Lopes
Plinio Moreno
Luka Lukić
Jorge S. Marques
João Martins
Nuno Barroso Monteiro
Luis Montesano
Nuno Moutinho
Mehmet Mutlu
Athira Nambiar
Ricardo Nunes
Mirko Rakovic
Ricardo Ribeiro
David Ribeiro
Giampiero Salvi
José Santos-Victor
Giovanni Saponaro
Paul Schydlo
Sofija Spasojevic
Pedro Vicente