23 September 2020

Virtual Biomechanics Symposium

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The Virtual Biomechanics Symposium is organized by Xsens and our industry partners. The event will provide Biomechanists, Ergonomists, and Roboticists insight on how inertial sensors and motion capture can be used in their respective fields.

The event is free to attend and will feature sessions from industry-leading researchers, professors, engineers, health & safety experts, and product managers from forward-thinking companies and universities.

Agenda

September 23
0:15

Welcome & Introduction

Ari Tamari Business Developer at Xsens
0:30

Innovations in human movement analyses with wearable technology & machine learning

Dylan Kobsar Assistant Professor at McMaster University
0:45

The Application of Xsens in the Fields of Healthcare, Industry and Aviation

Davide Piovesan Associate Professor at Gannon University
0:30

IMU's and deep learning to prevent injuries

Emily Matijevich PhD candidate at Vanderbilt University
0.30

Wrap up Q&A

Leelai Abraha Business Developer at Xsens
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Speakers

Ari
Tamari
Development Manager
Xsens

Ari Tamari is Business Developer at Xsens. Ari will be your host for the Virtual Biomechanics Symposium.

Dr. Dylan
Kobsar
Assistant Professor
McMaster University

Dylan Kobsar is an Assistant Professor of Neuromechanics in the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University. His research is aimed at making biomechanics and human movement analyses more accessible to those in need.

Dr. Davide
Piovesan
Associate Professor
Gannon University

Davide Piovesan is a Associate Professor and Chair of the Biomedical Industrial and Systems Engineering department at Gannon University. He has established the Motion Capture Lab, and the Bio-Mechatronics Lab, where the main research interest is to gain insights on the role of biomechanics in the neural control of movements, with applications to rehabilitation engineering.

Emily
Matijevich

Vanderbilt University

Emily Matjievich, a PhD candidate in Vanderbilt University's Center for Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology.

Leelai
Abraha
Development Manager
Xsens

Business Developer at Xsens. Leelai will be your host during the Virtual Biomechanics Symposium.