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  • ISSN: 2631-7176 (Online)
  • Editor: Professor Sunil Agrawal Columbia University, USA
  • Editorial board
Wearable Technologies is the first journal dedicated to publishing original research, review articles and industrial developments related to wearable devices. Wearable technologies have a role in areas such as rehabilitation, industry, environment/exploration, injury prevention, military, diagnostics, animals, sport and leisure and this journal aims to connect research from all areas of wearable technologies. The focus of this journal will be on the design, control and mechanics of wearable technologies. Topics will include (but are not limited to), exoskeletons, exosuits, prosthetics, intelligent orthotics, soft wearable robotics, development of new wearable sensor technologies and wearable monitors, mechatronics, human-computer interaction, human in the loop optimization and physical human robot interactive controllers. Papers discussing the outcome of clinical trials are not suitable for this journal.

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Wearable Technologies - New Board Members

  • 08 Feb 2021,
  • Wearable Technologies is proud to include four exceptional academics to our Editorial Board. Please join the journal in welcoming: Dr Simona Crea, SSSA, Italy Dr Uttama Lahiri, IIT Gandhinagar, India Prof Lorenzo Masia, Heidelberg University, Germany Dr Elliott Rouse, Univ of Michigan, USA

Call for Papers Special Issue: Wearables for Transdisciplinary Movement and Computing

  • 23 Dec 2020,
  • Wearable Technologies would like to invite submission of original manuscripts for a special issue dedicated to Wearables for Transdisciplinary Movement and Computing.

Call for Papers Special Issue: Wearable Robots for Augmentation, Assistance or Substitution of Human Motor Functions

  • 21 Dec 2020,
  • Wearable Technologies would like to invite submission of original manuscripts for a special issue dedicated to Wearable Robots for Augmentation, Assistance or Substitution of Human Motor Functions.

Wearable Technologies – Cambridge Core Blog

  • Q&A with Wearable Technologies Associate Editor: Nicola Vitiello
  • 28 July 2020, Nicola Vitiello
  •   Associate Professor Nicola Vitiello of the Biorobotics Institute, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies – Pisa, Italy, answers our questions about his work and Cambridge University Press’s new journal Wearable Technologies.…...