Ph.D., Stanford University, 2012
Topics: Real-Time Sensing/Feedback, Human Movement Training, Biomechanics
M.S., Stanford University, 2008
Topics: Robotics, Controls, Telerobotics
B.S., LeTourneau University, 2005
Mechanical Engineering and Computer Engineering
My research laboratory seeks to analyze and train human movement. We combine robotic, haptic, and biomechanics principles to develop wearable systems using embedded electronics, real-time models, sensor fusion algorithms, and novel feedback devices. We seek to understand movement and movement modification fundamentals in natural environments such as a home, office, park, or gymnasium.