Milad was an AMTD Postdoctoral Fellow at our lab from September 2021 to December 2022. He was working on robot-based upper limb rehabilitation and motor control. Since January 2023 he is an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta.
Rezvan completed a 2-year Postdoctoral Fellow research at Arami Lab, with a focus on design of controllers for lower limb exoskeletons. Rezvan has started a faculty position as an Assistant Professor at the school of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Tehran.
Rezvan Nasiri (Assistant Professor at University of Tehran)
Cederick completed his PhD on using machine learning techniques to advance cuffless blood pressure estimation and providing reliable prediction of cuffless blood pressure with potential to be translated to the clinics. Cederick is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Mukkamala' Lab at the University of Pittsburgh.
For her Master's project, Kathleen worked on wearable systems for assessment and modelling of Parkinson's disease. She was under co-supervision of Prof. Etienne Burdet at Imperial College London. Kathleen is currently a data scientist at Elvie.
Kathleen Goldsmith (Data Scientist at Elvie)
During his Master's studies, Yesung worked on quantitatively modelling of lower limb spasticity in spinal cord injury (SCI) using wearable sensors and machine learning.
Dusing his Master's studies, Sola worked on inverse optimal control and its application to recover optimal cost function for locomotion when applied to musculoskeletal models. Sola also worked on a curriculum reinforcement learning framework to generate natural locomotion for musculoskeletal models.
Jiacheng (Sola) Weng (Software developer, Capital One)
During her Master's studies, Hannah worked on movement dynamics prediction during walking and design controllers for lower limb exoskeletons.
Hannah Dinovitzer (Consulting Analyst, Accenture, Canada)
Past Co-op, Undergrad Research Assistants and Volunteers
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Wendy worked on lower limb exoskeleton data collection and controller design.
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Ash worked on upper limb robot-assisted movements and motor learning.
Nirosh is a 4th year co-op student working
on exoskeleton control and gait experiments.
Jai is an undergraduate research assistant working on design of controllers in Python.
Grace is working on control of exoskeleton
with deep reinforcement learning.
(this is her second URA in our lab)
Thea is working on myoelectric control of robotic systems.
Jane is working on evaluating proprioception using different robotic systems.
Jessica is continuing her work on foot clearance estimation and its validation during walking.
Jessica is working on foot clearance estimation during walking.
Leon is working on functional electrical stimulation for lower limb assisted
Howard is working on Myoelectric control of robotic systems.
In her first URA, Grace was working on
DRL and Neuromechanics of walking.
I'm a Mechatronics student with a particular interest in problem solving through software and hardware integrations. For this project, I'll be working on a developing a software application for optimizing designs in a warm forging process for a Magnesium Alloy component!
Yihui (Lucy) Liu (co-op)
Jack W. Peifer-Dawson
As a volunteer, Jack worked on muscle Hill models and their application in functional electrical stimulation (FES).
I’m a Biomedical Engineering student with an interest on developing systems that will benefit human health and wellbeing. I am currently working on some control system of a lower limb exoskeleton, as well as doing some data collection and processing.
Kayley is working on the prediction of Freezing of Gait in Parkinson's Disease using machine learning techniques.
Winnie is working on human lower limb motor control.
Muneeb Saif Qadri
Muneeb is working on development of
a IR-IMU fusion prototype.
Kevin is working on a smart shoe to measure foot clearance.
Cathy is working on a smart shoe insole that is able to detect gait pressure using force sensing resistors. The recorded data is displayed using a data acquisition device which can be used to predict unexpected falls and movements.
Qinyang worked on the design and development of a haptic device for human-robot interaction.
Nathania worked on developing simple regression models for spasticity modeling.
Raj worked on software interface for sensor synchronization for spsticity modeling.
Colin worked on Deep RL for standing balance in a musculoskeletal model .
Yanqing is working on gait modeling in Parkinson's disease.
Parsa is working on lower limb motor control.
"I have a profound interest in biomimetics, biomedical applications, and robotics. I am currently working on creating an impedance model for the knee and the hip, which can be used in future impedance control applications for lower limb exoskeletons."
"I worked on building instrumented handles and analyzing data for modelling spasticity. I am interested in the design of electromechanical devices and the treatment of neurological conditions, especially brain injuries."