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24TH SEMCON
SCIENTIFIC METHODS AND COMMUNICATION (SMAC)





thDECEMBER 21 , 2011

AALBORG UNIVERSITY
FREDERIK BAJERS VEJ 7
AALBORG Ø
DENMARK

FINAL PROGRAMME AND ABSTRACTS SMAC FINAL PROGRAM 2011
List of Abstracts 2011

Biomedical Engineering and Informatics (Sundhedsteknologi, ST)

11gr770 Contralateral spinal excitability after unilateral locomotor training
Jon Ingi Bergsteinsson, Federico Bolner, Maciej Plocharski,
Rasmus Stengaard Sørensen

11gr771 Model based prediction of interstitial fluid glucose using a Kalman filter
Camilla Steenvinkel, Juri Osmolovski, Rikke Mortensen, and Peter Lund

11gr772 Assessment of feedback combined with modified PAS to induce neuroplasticity in
motor cortex
Jesper Rasmussen, Søren Dueholm, Rune Poulsen, Na Li

11gr773 Day-to-day prediction of exacerbations in patients with chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease based on telecare
M.A. Boysen, J.B. Nielsen, I.P. Peña and V. Rohu

11gr774 An in vitro pig nerve model for evaluation of stimulation selectivity of the
transverse intrfascicular multichannel electrode
Martina Corazzol, Anthony Bao Huy Ngo, Ditte Johanne Haulrich , Piotr Plocharski



24th SEMCON December 21th, 2011
Aalborg University SMAC FINAL PROGRAM 2011
Sport science (Idræt, IDR)

11gr900 Effects of school-based physical activity programs on concentration and physical
health.
Jacobsen J.R., Klug C., Sørensen J.F., & Sørensen B.S.

11gr901 Which exercise induces the highest ratio in abductor hallucis compared
to the calf muscles in 21-35 year old athletes?
René Børge Korsgaard Brund and Morten Tipsmark Sigaard

11gr903 Pressure pain sensitivity of adolescent male football players:
Effects of location and turf type.
Per Krogh Mikkelsen and Brian P. Hoej

11gr904 Motivation parameters as the coaches in Sport 2 Go use
Rikke Vandvig

11gr905 Peer feedback as a motivator in physical education
Mikkel Curth

11gr906 Physical education in the common gymnasium – status?
Malene Stensgaard Pedersen

11gr907 Age-related training progression in physical training for youth ice hockey players.
Nicholas Krobath Olesen





24th SEMCON December 21th, 2011
Aalborg University SMAC FINAL PROGRAM 2011
Oral Session
8 minutes for presentation and 2 minutes for discussion

Room A4-106
Conference Opening and Welcome

Conference Chair: Ole K. Andersen
Co- chairs: Mark De Zee

**Oral presentation *Poster presentation


08.15 – 08.20 Conference Opening

08.20 – 08.30 IDR-900: Effects of school-based physical activity programs on
concentration and physical health.
Jacobsen J.R., Klug C., Sørensen J.F., & Sørensen B.S.

08.30 – 08.40 ST-770: Contralateral spinal excitability after unilateral locomotor
training
Jon Ingi Bergsteinsson*, Federico Bolner, Maciej Plocharski**,
Rasmus Stengaard Sørensen

08.40 – 08.50 IDR-901: Which exercise induces the highest ratio in abductor hallucis
compared to the calf muscles in 21-35 year old athletes?
René Børge Korsgaard Brund** and Morten Tipsmark Sigaard*

08.50 – 09.00 IDR-903: Pressure pain sensitivity of adolescent male football players:
Effects of location and turf type.
Per Krogh Mikkelsen** and Brian P. Hoej*

09.00 – 09.10 Break

24th SEMCON December 21th, 2011
Aalborg University SMAC FINAL PROGRAM 2011
09.10 – 09.20 ST-771: Model based prediction of interstitial fluid glucose using a
Kalman filter
Camilla Steenvinkel, Juri Osmolovski, Rikke Mortensen, and Peter Lund

09.20 – 09.30 IDR-904: Motivation parameters as the coaches in Sport 2 Go use
Rikke Vandvig*,**

09.30 – 09.40 ST-772: Assessment of feedback combined with modified PAS to induce
neuroplasticity in motor cortex
Jesper Rasmussen, Søren Dueholm, Rune Poulsen, Na Li

09.40 – 09.50 IDR-905: Peer feedback as a motivator in physical education
Mikkel Curth*,**

09.50 – 10.00 Break

10.00 – 10.10 IDR-906: Physical education in the common gymnasium – status?
Malene Stensgaard Pedersen*,**

10.10 – 10.20 ST-773: Day-to-day prediction of exacerbations in patients with chronic
obstructive pulmonary disease based on telecare
M.A. Boysen**, J.B. Nielsen*, I.P. Peña and V. Rohu

10.20 – 10.30 IDR-907: Age-related training progression in physical training for youth
ice hockey players.
Nicholas Krobath Olesen*,**


24th SEMCON December 21th, 2011
Aalborg University SMAC FINAL PROGRAM 2011
10.30 – 10.40 ST-774: An in vitro pig nerve model for evaluation of stimulation
selectivity of the transverse intrfascicular multichannel electrode
Martina Corazzol*, Anthony Bao Huy Ngo, Ditte Johanne Haulrich , Piotr
Plocharski**

10.40 – 11.00 Break

24th SEMCON December 21th, 2011
Aalborg University SMAC FINAL PROGRAM 2011
Poster Session
5 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion

Room: A4-106
Chairman: Ole K. Andersen


11.00 – 11.10 IDR-900: Effects of school-based physical activity programs on
concentration and physical health.
Jacobsen J.R., Klug C., Sørensen J.F., & Sørensen B.S.

11.10 – 11.20 ST-770: Contralateral spinal excitability after unilateral locomotor
training
Jon Ingi Bergsteinsson*, Federico Bolner, Maciej Plocharski**,
Rasmus Stengaard Sørensen

11.20 – 11.30 IDR-901: Which exercise induces the highest ratio in abductor hallucis
compared to the calf muscles in 21-35 year old athletes?
René Børge Korsgaard Brund** and Morten Tipsmark Sigaard*

11.30 – 11.40 IDR-903: Pressure pain sensitivity of adolescent male football players:
Effects of location and turf type.
Per Krogh Mikkelsen** and Brian P. Hoej*

11.40 – 11.50 ST-771: Model based prediction of interstitial fluid glucose using a
Kalman filter
Camilla Steenvinkel, Juri Osmolovski, Rikke Mortensen, and Peter Lund

11.50 – 12.00 IDR-904: Motivation parameters as the coaches in Sport 2 Go use
Rikke Vandvig*,**


Conference closure
24th SEMCON December 21th, 2011
Aalborg University SMAC FINAL PROGRAM 2011
Poster Session
5 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion

Room: A4‐108
Chairman: Mark De Zee

11.00 – 11.10 ST-772: Assessment of feedback combined with modified PAS to induce
neuroplasticity in motor cortex
Jesper Rasmussen, Søren Dueholm, Rune Poulsen, Na Li

11.10 – 11.20 IDR-905: Peer feedback as a motivator in physical education
Mikkel Curth*,**

11.20 – 11.30 IDR-906: Physical education in the common gymnasium – status?
Malene Stensgaard Pedersen*,**

11.30 – 11.40 ST-773: Day-to-day prediction of exacerbations in patients with chronic
obstructive pulmonary disease based on telecare
M.A. Boysen**, J.B. Nielsen*, I.P. Peña and V. Rohu

11.40 – 11.50 IDR-907: Age-related training progression in physical training for youth
ice hockey players.
Nicholas Krobath Olesen*,**

11.50 – 12.00 ST-774: An in vitro pig nerve model for evaluation of stimulation
selectivity of the transverse intrfascicular multichannel electrode
Martina Corazzol*, Anthony Bao Huy Ngo, Ditte Johanne Haulrich , Piotr
Plocharski**

Conference closure


24th SEMCON December 21th, 2011
Aalborg University SMAC FINAL PROGRAM 2011
List of Abstracts 2011

Biomedical Engineering and Informatics (Sundhedsteknologi, ST)
11gr770 Contralateral spinal excitability after unilateral locomotor training
Jon Ingi Bergsteinsson, Federico Bolner, Maciej Plocharski,
Rasmus Stengaard Sørensen

Introduction: Recently, studies regarding the central pattern generator (CPG) in the human have
received more attention due to its potential to improve rehabilitation training for spinal cord
injured patients [1]. There is evidence of a spinal rhythm generating system in cats, but in contrast
to animal studies, indirect evidence from reflex studies has to be used in order to evaluate the
contribution of a possible CPG to human movements. The H-reflex has been shown to be a
valuable tool in assessing modulation of monosynaptic reflex activity in the spinal cord and can be
used to assess the response of the nervous system to different neurologic conditions. An
investigation of the possible connections of spinal circuits contributing to locomotion was
performed by altering the walking pattern of one leg and observing possible excitability changes in
the spinal circuits controlling the contralateral limb, represented by H-reflex modulation.
Methods and Materials: Subjects (n=21) performed 16 minutes of unilateral backward walking
training. The H-reflex peak-to-peak values have been recorded before and after training from the
contralateral soleus muscle, both during unilateral and bilateral walking.
Results: The results show that the training does not significantly affect the H-reflex neither during
unilateral (p=0.464) nor during bilateral walking (p=0.573).
Discussion: The results did not show a significant change in the H-reflex. However, evidence
supports extensive adaptive plasticity in human muscle afferent pathways in the form of
locomotion training, which could result in increased or reduced H-reflex amplitude [2]. While the
adaptation time range for adaptive plasticity in cutaneous pathways is uncertain [2], one could
suggest that after a different type of training (e.g. more intense and/or longer sessions) a change
could be observed in the soleus H-reflex. However, our study did not show any significant changes
in the H-reflex mean peak-to-peak values after contralateral backwards training.
References:
[1] Marder E, Bucher D, Central pattern generators and the control of rhythmic movements.
Current biology, 2001, Vol 11 No 23, R986-R996.
[2] Zehr E, Training-induced adaptive plasticity in human somatosensory reflex pathways. Journal
of Applied Physiology, 2006, Vol 101, 1783-1794.
24th SEMCON December 21th, 2011
Aalborg University SMAC FINAL PROGRAM 2011

11gr771 Model based prediction of interstitial fluid glucose using a Kalman filter
Camilla Steenvinkel, Juri Osmolovski, Rikke Mortensen, and Peter Lund

Background
Hypoglycaemia presents a significant fear among people with Type 1 diabetes, leading to poor
glycaemic control and an increased risk of complications. Prediction of the capillary glucose
concentration can potentially help preventing hypoglycaemia. Prediction of the Interstitial Fluid
(ISF) glucose is a step towards prediction of hypoglycaemic episodes. The latest technological
progress has made Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) possible. It was the aim of this study to
develop a mathematical model that can predict glucose concentration in ISF thirty minutes ahead.

Methods
Accessible data was used to develop a mathematical model. A Kalman filter was used to predict
glucose concentration in ISF. A Linear Autoregressive model (AR) was used for parameter
estimation needed for the Kalman filter. The model was evaluated using residual plots.

Results
The developed mathematical model was evaluated; variance for the AR + Kalman model was
1.7113 mmol/L, and the mean value was 1.0016 mmol/L. Further model analysis showed that the
developed model used a one step ahead prediction; the prediction of following steps
corresponded to a conservative prediction approach.

Discussion
The mathematical model estimates the ISF glucose thirty minutes ahead. Evaluation of the model
shows that the prediction error is high due to the conservative prediction. The mathematical
model is purely based on the glucose measurements in ISF, and physiological factors are not
considered. The model is a step toward prediction of hypoglycaemia. However, for use in clinical
practice, the model needs to be improved, optimised and combined with a physiological model.

24th SEMCON December 21th, 2011
Aalborg University