LABS

Biomechanics & Robotics Labs

Saad Bhalma

School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Design and function of ultrafast biological movements, physics of biological soft material

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Young-Hui Chang

School of Biological Sciences

Design and function of locomotion systems, especially reflex control and responses to perturbation.

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Mark Costello

School of Aerospace Engineering

Development of the next generation of mobile and dynamic mobile machines.

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Daniel Goldman

School of Physics

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David Hu

Schools of Mechanical Engineering & Biological Sciences

Biomechanics of propulsion and biological-fluid interactions

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Gregory Sawicki

School of Mechanical Engineering & Biological Sciences

Application of physiological principles underpinning locomotion  to lower-limb robotic devices for rehabilitation and enhanced performance.

 

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Simon Sponberg

School of Physics & Biological Sciences

Neuromechanics of locomotion, especially maneuverability and stability, in biological systems. Muscle physics and behavior; visual signal processing

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Jun Ueda

School of Mechanical Engineering

Biorobotics, especially those employing flexible articulation for tasks that require fine motion control; biologically informed human robot interfaces for rehabilitation and control

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Donald Webster

School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Biological and ecological flow applications; fluid mechanical and chemical plume tracking, biological mechanism of aquatic propulsion

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Center for Biologically Inspired Design
(CBID) at Georgia Tech
Atlanta, GA 30332-0230