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M. Sc. Seemann, Jens

PhD Student


Section for Computational Sensomotorics
Department of Cognitive Neurology
Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research
Centre for Integrative Neuroscience
University Clinic Tübingen
Otfried-Müller-Str. 25
72076 Tübingen, Germany

+497071 2989125

Jens Seemann


Reviewed Publications

Seemann, J., Ilg, W., Giese, M. & Matthis Synofzik, (2023). Context-sensitive longitudinal analysis of real-life walking reveals one-year change in degenerative cerebellar disease . International Symposium on Posture and Gait Research, JULY 9 – 13, BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA. [More] 
Ilg, W., Seemann, J., Sarvestan, J., Din, S. D., Synofzik, M. & Alcock, L (2023). Inertial sensors on the feet, rather than lumbar sensor only, increase sensitivity of spatio- temporal gait measures to longitudinal progression in ataxia. . International Symposium on Posture and Gait Research, JULY 9 – 13, BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA. [More] 
Seemann, J., Traschütz, A., Ilg, W. & Ilg, W. (2023). 4‐Aminopyridine improves real‐life gait performance in SCA27B on a single‐subject level: a prospective n‐of‐1 treatment experience. Journal of Neurology (published online 13 July 2023). [More] 
Seemann, J., Loris, T., Weber, L., Synofzik, M., Giese, M. A. & Ilg, W. (2023). One Hip Wonder: 1D-CNNs Reduce Sensor Requirements for Everyday Gait Analysis. ICANN 2023. [More] 
Thierfelder, A., Seemann, J., John, N., Harmuth, F., Giese, M. A., Schüle, R. et al. (2022). Real-Life Turning Movements Capture Subtle Longitudinal and Preataxic Changes in Cerebellar Ataxia. Movement Disorders. [More] 
Thierfelder, A., Primbs, J., Severitt, B., Hohnecker, C. S., Kühnhausen, J., Alt, A. K. et al. (2022). Multimodal sensor-based identification of stress and compulsive actions in children with obsessive-compulsive disorder for telemedical treatment. 44th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. [More] 
Thierfelder, A., Seemann, J., John, N., Giese, M. A., Schöls, L., Timman, D. et al. (2021). Turning movements in real life capture subtle longitudinal and preataxic changes in cerebellar ataxia. bioRxiv. [More] 
Ilg, W., Seemann, J., Giese, M. A., Traschütz, A., Schöls, L., Timmann, D. et al. (2020). Real-life gait assessment in degenerative cerebellar ataxia: Towards ecologically valid biomarkers. Neurology, 95(9):e119-e210. [More] 
Ilg, W., Seemann, J. & Synofzik, M (2019). Unravelling quantitative measures of free-living ataxic gait in cerebellar patients using wearable sensors. In: International Symposium on Posture and Gait Research Edinburgh: 2019, P1-Q-139, 192 . [More]