Laboratory for Biomechanics and Automatic
Cathedra for Automatic Control and Systems
Rudjera Boskovica 32
of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Rudjera Boskovica 32
room no. A417 or B409
Born on 30.09.1980. in Split
1995.-1999. - Electrotehnical high-school, Split
Course : Tehnician for electronics
Title of final thesis : "Removable memories"
1999.-2004. - Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Split, Croatia
Course : Electronics
Specialization : Automatic control
Year of graduation : 2004. (with honors)
Title of B.Sc. thesis : "Non-parametric background modeling"
: prof.dr.sc. Mojmil Cecić
2005.-2007.- Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Title of Mr.sc. thesis : "Model based inertial measuring of the
kinematics of sit-to-stnad movement"
: Doc.dr. Roman Kamnik; co-mentor: Prof.dr. Vlasta Zanchi
- PhD study at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Split (Thesis Title:
"Head Motion Estimation for improved Human-Computer Interaction using
Stochastic Iterative Algorithm"
- young researcher/senior teaching assistant at Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering and
Naval Architecture, Univeristy of Split
Research interests :
- biomechanics of human gait and sit-to-stand movement
- human gait as biometric parameter
- inertial sensor measurements
- rehabilitation robotics
- robot-human interaction
A.Kuzmanić, J.Musić : Identification of human
kinematics by FSBM algorithm , Technology and Health Care, vol.12. no.2.
J.Musić, V. Zanchi : Identification of Human Motion
by Nonparametirc Background Modeling and Star-skeletonization , Proceedings
of Workshop on Signals and Systems in Human Motion, SoftCOM 2004,
Dubrovnik-Split-Venice , October 10-13 2004., pp. 18-22
J.Musić, M.Cecić, V. Zanchi : Detection and Automatic Identification of Human Walk , Proceedings
of BioMED2005, Innsbruck, February 16-18 2005., pp. 641-646
A.Panjkota, J.Musić : Muscle Activity During Ergometer Rowing , Proceedings
of BioMED2005, Innsbruck, February 16-18 2005., pp. 652-656
J.Musić, B.Zupančič : Modeling, Simulation
and Control of Inverted Pendulum on a Cart Using Object Oriented
Approach with Modelica,
Proceedings of ERK2006, Portorož, September 25-27 2006., pp.
R.Kamnik, J.Musić, H.Burger, M.Munih,
T.Bajd: Design of inertial motion sensors and its usage in biomechanical
of 4th International Conference on Electrical and Power Engineering
EPE 2006, October 12-14 2006., pp. 511-516
J.Musić, R.Kamnik, M.Munih: Model Based Inertial Sensing of Human Body Motion Kinematics in Sit-to-Stand Movement, Proceedings
of 6th EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation, EUROSIM 2007, September 9-13 2007., pp. 226 (Full paper in Vol. 2)
J.Musić, R.Kamnik, V. Zanchi, M.Munih: Model
Based Inertial Sensing for Measuring the Kinematics of Sit-to-Stand
of 3rd WSEAS International Conference on Remote Sensing REMOTE'07,
November 21-23 2007., pp. 8-13
J.Musić, R.Kamnik, V. Zanchi, M.Munih:
Human Body Model Based Inertial Measurement of Sit-to-Stand Motion
Kinematics, WSEAS Transactions on Systems, Vol. 7, No.3, pp.156-164,
J.Musić, R.Kamnik, M.Munih: Model Based
Inertial Sensing of Human Body Motion Kinematics in Sit-to-Stand
Movement, Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, Vol. 16, No. 8, pp.
J.Musić, I.Stančić, B.Zupančič: Modeling
and Simulation by Modelica, Proceedings of CEEPUS CII-CZ-0031-03-0708
Summer School: "Automatic Control for the 21st century", 2008.
I.Stančić, J.Musić, A. Kuzmanić Skelin, T.
Marasović, N. Salgado, T. Supuk, V. Zanchi: Inertial Sensor Based
Identification of Human Movements, Proceedings of the International
Conference on Biomedical Electronics and Devices (BIODEVICES2009), pp.
J.Musić, M. Cecić, M. Bonković: Measuring
Throughput of the HeadJoystick Human- Computer Interface, Proceedings of
the 9th WSEAS International Conference on Simulation, Modelling and
Optimization (SMO'09), pp. 112-117, 2009.
J.Musić, M. Cecić, M. Bonković: Testing
Inertial Sensor Performance as Hands-Free Human-Computer Interface,
WSEAS Transactions on Computers, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 715-724, 2009.
J.Musić, M. Cecić, M. Bonković: An Evaluation
of Inertial Sensor Based Pointing Device Using Multidirectional
Point-and-Select Task, Proceedings of the 10th WSEAS Int. Conf. on
Automation and Information: Recent Advances in Automation &
Information, pp. 163-168, 2009.
J.Musić, M. Cecić, M. Bonković: Experimental
Measurement of Information Transfer Rate of the Inertial Sensor Based
Human-Computer Interface for the Disabled, WSEAS transactions on
systems, Vol. 8, No. 9, pp. 1072-1082, 2009.
J.Musić, R. Murray-Smith: Virtual Hooping:
teaching a phone about hula-hooping for Fitness, Fun and Rehabilitation,
Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Human Computer
Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI 2010), Lisabon,
September 07-09. 2010., pp. 309-312
J.Musić, M. Cecić, V. Zanchi: Real-time body
orientation estimation based on two-layer stochastic filter
architecture, Automatika, Vol. 51. No. 3, pp. 264 - 274, 2010.
J.Musić : Human Gait as Biometric Parameter,
Report for course "Pattern analysis and understanding" at Faculty of
Electrical Engineering, Ljubljana, 2005 (49 pages);
J.Musić : On Kalman Filters and Their
Application in Mobile Robot Localization, Report for course "Intelligent
mobile robots and transport systems " at Faculty of Electrical
Engineering, Ljubljana, 2006 (44 pages);
J.Musić : Modeling and Simulation of
Inverted Pendulum on a Cart with Dymola-Modelica, Report 1/2 for course
"Modelling, simulation and control of hybrid systems" at Faculty of
Electrical Engineering, Ljubljana, 2006 (9 pages in artical form);
J.Musić : Modeling and Analysis of
Intersection Lights by Petri Nets, Report 2/2 for course "Modelling,
simulation and control of hybrid systems" at Faculty of Electrical
Engineering, Ljubljana, 2006 (19 pages);
J.Musić : Model Based Inertial Sensing, Seminarski paper, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Ljubljana (22 pages)
J.Musić : MEMS Inertial Sensor Applications
in Biomechanics and Robotics: A Review, PhD Qualification Exam, Faculty
of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval
Architecture, Split (58 pages)