In general, my research is devoted to the modelling, simulation, and optimal design of dynamic physical systems. Quite simply, I study things that move.
I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Motion Research Group (MoRG), Department of Systems Design Engineering, University of Waterloo. My current research interests include vehicle state and parameter estimations; motion control and estimation of autonomous vehicles; vehicle dynamics modeling and control.
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Waterloo. My current research interests lie at intersection of Machine Learning and Control Systems.
I am a postdoctoral fellow in the department of systems design engineering at the University of Waterloo.
I'm a PhD student at the University of Waterloo. I’m working to learn why we move the way we do.
I'm a PhD student interested in control oriented model reduction of nonlinear systems.
I'm a PhD student at the University of Waterloo. I’m working on human gait to figure out how we jump, walk and run.
I research golf, play varsity golf, and drive a VW Golf.
My research is about kinematic modelling and tracking the human body. I am most interested in markerless tracking using computer vision techniques
I am a MASc student in the Department of Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo. My research is in the area of biomechanical and biomedical engineering, with a particular interest in sports applications.
I am a MASc student at the University of Waterloo.
My research interests include sports equipment design and biomechanical modeling of athletes. My current research is focused on improving the performance of Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
I’m currently working in an engineering/application support role for the Motion Research Group (MORG) and the Smart and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Systems (SHEVS) lab.
I am studying and developing contact models (including friction) in various applications, including biomechanics.
I am Sindhura
I'm a master student at the University of Waterloo. How flexible bodies deform when moving is my focus of study.