Jul 10, 2014

OpenSim Symposium at the World Congress of Biomechanics

The World Congress of Biomechanics in Boston will feature a symposium showcasing research from nine investigators.

The symposium is scheduled for the morning of Thursday, July 10.

Scheduled speakers include:

  • Jennifer Hicks, Stanford University
  • Jeffrey Reinbolt, University of Tennessee
  • Katherine Steele, University of Washington
  • Glen Lichtwark, University of Queensland
  • Ian Stavness, University of Saskatchewan
  • Rod Barrett, Griffith University
  • Thor Besier, University of Auckland
  • Jonas Rubenson, University of Western Australia
  • Kate Saul, North Carolina State University

Learn more about the World Congress and register on the WCB website.

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Sep 19, 2017

Webinar: Understanding How Exoskeletons Affect Muscle-tendon Mechanics During Walking

Learn about using EMG-driven simulations and muscle-level energetic estimates to understand muscle-tendon function with application of an ankle-exoskeleton torque more »

Oct 05, 2017

Webinar: Why Are Antagonists Co-activated in My Simulations? Simulating Cycling and Other

Learn practical tips for simulating and analyzing tasks with large hip and knee flexion more »

Oct 23 - 27, 2017

Virtual Workshop for Advanced OpenSim Users

Apply to participate in a virtual OpenSim Workshop this fall. Participants will receive project support from OpenSim team members using electronic communication, such as video conferencing and a dedicated online forum. more »

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