Bioengineer/Biomechanics Fellowship for Knee Exoskeleton Project at the U.S. Army Research Institute
The U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM) is offering an educational fellowship. The USARIEM biomechanics team is investigating the effects of knee exoskeleton on military performance and movements. This project will involve biomechanics equipment (markerless motion analysis system and force plates) for data collection and dissemination for those who are interested in knee exoskeleton study /movement biomechanics /military human performance research. What will I be doing? As an ORISE participant, you will join a community of scientists and researchers in an effort to contribute to investigating the effects of powered knee exoskeleton on military performance tests and muscu
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