BS, Mechanical Engineering, Minor: Human Movement Biomechanics – University of Dayton
MS, Mechanical Engineering – University of Dayton
Elijah is interested in computational biomechanics with a focus on modeling and simulation of pathological gait. He hopes his research lends insight to better understand and treat individuals with neuromuscular disorders affecting mobility. He is currently investigating muscular deficiencies and their effect on muscle synergies.
Hockey, Friends, Food, Hockey again, Biking, Rowing, Skiing, Hiking, Relaxing, Breweries, Oxford Commas, and Hockey.
BS, Biomedical Engineering, Concentration: Biomechanics, Minor: Ethics – North Carolina State University
Charlotte is interested in using rehabilitation biomechanics to improve the quality of life of people with limited mobility. She is currently researching the application of spinal stimulation to improve physical therapy outcomes in children with cerebral palsy.
Painting, learning ukulele, rock climbing, and hiking
BS in Mechanical Engineering, minor in Biomechanical Engineering – Colorado School of Mines
Megan is interested in using data-driven approaches to predict changes in movement after brain injury. She is currently investigating if discrepancy modeling with data-driven approaches enable more accurate dynamic solutions of bipedal locomotion with both impaired and unimpaired control.
Hiking mountains, Rock climbing, Trail running, Snowboarding
BS, Bioengineering, minor in Global health technologies – Rice University
Graduate student in Electrical Engineering, UW
Momona is interested in how individuals of all abilities interact with machines. She is working on applying control theory to human-in-the-loop systems to understand how humans learn to control different dynamical systems and to quantify human learning for clinical diagnosis.