The Exoskeleton and Prosthetic Intelligent Controls (EPIC) Lab at Georgia Tech, led by Dr. Aaron Young, is devoted to the design and improvement of powered orthotic and prosthetic control systems. The EPIC lab has the ability to characterize robotic devices and controller implementation from the ground up, starting at fabrication and bench-top testing, to controller optimization, and ultimately, measuring the effects on human performance outcomes.

Our work on “Biomechanical Comparison of Assistance Strategies Using a Bilateral Robotic Knee Exoskeleton” is now available in IEEE TBME. With @dawit_lee @GT_EPIC_Lab @MEGeorgiaTech @GTrobotics https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9440743

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Congratulations to the 11 Woodruff School students who were offered @nsf Graduate Research Fellowships which include a $34,000 stipend and tuition support.

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