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Dr. Ir. Massimo Mischi, Founder
The innovative and brand new technology behind the MaxDFM comes from over a decade of scientific research by dr.ir. Massimo Mischi and co-workers at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TUe). Dr. Ir. Massimo Mischi is Associate Professor at the Signal Processing Systems Group of the TUe, where he chairs the Biomedical Diagnostics Research Lab (www.bmdresearch.nl)
The effects of a 28-Hz vibration on arm muscle activity during isometric exercise. M. Mischi and M. Cardinale, 2009, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.
Novel vibration-exercise instrument with dedicated adaptive filtering for electromyographic investigation of neuromuscular activation. L. Xu et al, 2013, IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering.
On the nature of the electromyographic signals recorded during vibration exercise. L. Xu et al, 2015, European Journal of Applied Physiology.
8-week vibration training of the elbow flexors by force modulation: effects on dynamic and isometric strength. L. Xu et al, 2015, The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
Analysis of vibration exercise at varying frequencies by different fatigue estimators. L. Xu et al, 2016, IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering.