February 15, 2022

Xsens & BoB/Teaching: Empowering Biomechanical Education

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Biomechanics is fascinating for most researchers, however, many students who are taught the subject do not share this level of engagement and enjoyment.  This is often due to a lack of informative, intuitive, and exciting teaching tools. BoB Biomechanics is addressing this deficiency with BoB/Teaching, an offering that provides students with a package that is specifically designed for teaching biomechanics and bringing the subject to life.

This webinar will introduce attendees to the BoB/Teaching package and explain how works with Xsens equipment to provide an environment where the student is encouraged to enquire, investigate and gain a deep understanding of many biomechanical principles.

 

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Agenda

February 15th
0:05

Welcome & Introduction

Jordi Koggel Account Executive Health & Sport

Jordi Koggel is Account Executive for Health & Sports for the Europe region. He works at the Xsens office in Enschede.

0:40

BoB/Teaching Overview

James Shippen Chartered Engineer

James Shippen is a chartered engineer who was awarded his Ph.D. by the University of Birmingham for his research into structural-acoustic finite element analysis. He has subsequently spent 20 years in biomechanical systems development including writing the BoB software.

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Q&A

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Speakers

Jordi
Kogel
Account Executive Health & Sport
Xsens

Jordi Kogel is Account Executive for Health & Sports for the Europe region. He works at the Xsens office in Enschede.

James
Shippen
Chartered Engineer
BoB Biomechanics

James Shippen is a chartered engineer who was awarded his Ph.D. by the University of Birmingham for his research into structural-acoustic finite element analysis. He has subsequently spent 20 years in biomechanical systems development including writing the BoB software.