Monday, December 12, 2022

Adam Caldwell presents MASc seminar


MASc student Adam Caldwell presented his thesis on "Development and Comparison of 3D Dynamic Models to Predict Golf Clubhead-Ball Impacts" - Congratulations! 

Monday, December 12, 2022

Sydney Bell presents MASc seminar


MASc student Sydney Bell presented her thesis on "Muscle Torque Generator Model For A Two Degree-of-Freedom Shoulder Joint" - Congratulations! 

Friday, December 9, 2022

Ali Nasr successfully defends PhD thesis


PhD candidate Ali Nasr successfully defended his PhD thesis "Design, Dynamics, and Control of Active-passive Upper-limb Exoskeleton Robots" - Congratulations! 

Wednesday, December 7, 2022

MoRG research in sports featured at the SPort INnovation (SPIN) Summit 2022


PhD student Kevin Zhu presented MoRG's research in sports to Sport Scientist Canada’s Biomechanics and Performance Analysis group during the High Performance Advisory Council meeting at the SPort INnovation (SPIN) Summit 2022, including research in basketball,

Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Ali Nasr receives Student Choice Award at the 2022 SYDE Graduate Student Symposium

Student Choice Award

PhD candidate Ali Nasr recieved the Student Choice Award in this year's SYDE Graduate Student Symposium with his research on the design and control of active-passive shoulder exoskeleton robot. Congratulations!

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Computer vision research in fencing featured by the Canadian Sports Institute Ontario (CSIO)


Research on computer vision applications in fencing by Kevin ZhuJohn McPhee, and Alexander Wong was featured on the Canadian Sports Institute Ontario website.

Thursday, September 1, 2022

Participants needed: mechanical modeling of a wearable robot


We are looking for participants for research to develop biomechanical models for control of a wearable robot. We invite men and women (not pregnant) that are 20-50 years old, free of shoulder pain and injuries in the last year, do not have any implanted medical device(s), have no allergy or sensitivity to adhesives and silver, and free of any of the conditions/symptoms under “Present Health” and “List Symptoms” in the Health Screening form.  

Sunday, August 21, 2022

MoRG researchers present at North American Congress on Biomechanics (NACOB 2022)


At the 2022 North American Congress on Biomechanics (NACOB), MASc candidate Sydney Bell presented her work on a muscle torque generator model for a two degree-of-freedom shoulder joint [see page 46].

Monday, July 18, 2022

MoRG research on human pose estimation accepted to ECCV


KAPAO, a human pose estimator developed by William McNally and John McPhee, as well as co-authors Kanav Vats and Alexander Wong, was accepted for publication at the 2022 European Conference on Computer Vision. Congratulations! 

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