Dr. Lorenzo Masia is an Assistant Professor at the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. As the team lead of the ARIES (Assistive Robotics and Interactive Ergonomic Systems) Lab, Dr. Masia applies his expertise in mechanical design, measurement, and control to human machine interaction and Robotic Rehabilitation. Dr. Masia has designed and developed a modular device for wrist neurorehabilitation and proprioception assessment, as well as an assistive soft exoskeleton to assist and augment human motor performance. You may contact Dr. Masia at email@example.com.
Dr. Domenico Campolo is an Associate Professor at the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. His research interests include Dr Campolo’s research focuses on human motor skills during tasks performed with upper limbs, from both a theoretical and experimental perspective. Typical investigations involve motor tasks with some degree of kinematic redundancy and/or force interaction between humans and machines/tools. You may contact Dr. Campolo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Tino Stöckel is a Lecturer in the Sport & Exercise Psychology Unit at the University of Rostock, Germany. Since 2005, Dr. Stöckel has been engaged in research in the fields of motor learning and control with specializations in interlimb transfer, sensorimotor adaptation, motor skill generality and human laterality. Dr. Stöckel also teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the Psychology and Sociology of Sport as well as research methods and statistics. You may contact Dr. Stöckel at email@example.com.
Dr. Christian Seegelke is a postdoctoral fellow in the Action and Cognition Research Group at Bielefeld University. His research interests are located between the overlapping areas of human movement science and cognitive science. He is interested in the link between the performance of human movements and its underlying cognitive structures. He focuses on the planning, execution, and control of goal-directed manual actions (grasping and placing objects) during multi-segment action sequences, using a variety of psychological approaches and research techniques (e.g., optical motion tracking, eye tracking). He also works on topics related to manual asymmetries, bimanual coordination, and developmental aspects of human motor control. You may contact Dr. Seegelke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Asif Hussain is a postdoctoral fellow in the Synergy lab at the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. His research interests include investigating methods for rehabilitation and assessment of sensory motor functions post neurological injuries, understanding and quantifying human strategies during skilled manipulation tasks and its translation into robotics. You may contact Dr. Hussain at email@example.com.
Francesca Marini graduated in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rome in 2013, with a master thesis in biomechanics concerning the validation of an innovative procedure for sensor to segment calibration in gait analysis. Since January 2014, under the supervision of Prof. Pietro Morasso and Prof. Lorenzo Masia, she has been following a PhD program in Cognitive Robotics, Interaction and Rehabilitation Technologies at IIT. Her PhD project is focused on robotic rehabilitation in children with neurological injuries. You may contact Francesca at Francesca.Marini@iit.it.