Open Research Positions
Corticospinal Models of Post-stroke Control Behavior
Master's Thesis Opening
Description: We are developing the first corticospinal computational models that can emulate control dysfunction in post-stroke rehabilitation. The model will be used to track, plan, and optimize neurorehabilitation outcomes in post-stroke care
Skills: Matlab, Signal Processing
Computational muscle models for human movement simulation
Master's Project Opening
Description: Computational models of human movement control require accurate muscle models that represent unique muscle force-length relationships. We are developing programmable models that reflect an individual's unique morphology for applications in personalized therapeutics.