Graduate students Poya Khalaf and Holly Warner recently won the Best Student Paper award at the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference in Atlanta. Impressive work Poya and Holly! (Prof. Richter, advisor) .
The NSF REU program led by Profs. Schearer and Reinthal recently hosted their second group of students from across the country. We hope you are able to see their numerous presentations at the recent BMES Annual Meeting .
Doctoral candidate Sandra Hnat successfully defended her dissertation, "Neuromuscular Reflex Control for Prostheses and Exoskeletons." Congratulations Dr. Hnat! (Prof. van den Bogert, advisor) .
CHMS Co-Director Dr. Eric Schearer was awarded a prestigious NSF CAREER award. Great work Dr. Schearer!
As part of a multi-center effort, CHMS Co-Director Dr. Jason Halloran was awarded a 4 year NIH grant to study reproducibility in knee modeling.
ABC News 5 Cleveland features research by CHMS Profs. Deborah Espy and Wenbing Zhao.
Taylor Barto defended his MSc thesis in Electrical Engineering: "Design and control of electronic motor drives for regenerative robotics" (Prof. Simon, advisor)
Brahm Powell defended his MSc thesis in Mechanical Engineering: "Investigation of Extremum-Seeking Control for Adaptive Exercise Machines" (Prof Richter, advisor)
Humberto de las Casas defended his MSc thesis in Mechanical Engineering: "Design and Control of a Powered Rowing Machine with Programmable Impedance" (Prof Richter, advisor)
The NSF REU program led by Profs. Schearer and Reinthal hosted 13 students from across the US. Please click here to read more.
The CHMS acquired a WAM 4-dof haptic robot for human-machine interaction research.
Doctoral student Anne Koelewijn won the CSU "3-minute thesis" competition and will represent CSU in the midwestern regional competition in Indianapolis, Indiana on April 6. Please click here to read more.