The BioDynamics Laboratory focuses on computational biomechanics and bioengineering, robotics and human-robot interaction, injury prevention and personalized medicine. The lab aims to develop advanced computational methods and software to simulate and understand the dynamics and neuromuscular control of human locomotion; to analyze biomechanical loadings in different biosystems (such as musculoskeletal, vascular, and respiratory systems) under normal, extreme or injurious conditions. We also design and evaluate wearable assistive devices such as exoskeletons for human performance augmentation or rehabilitation and to develop protective or preventive measures and treatment options against injuries or diseases.
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