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.

Excited to share our paper "Linking whole-body angular momentum and step placement during perturbed human walking" - out now in @J_Exp_Biol!

Available open-access: https://doi.org/10.1242/jeb.244760

@GT_PoWeR_Lab @GT_EPIC_Lab

Celebrating @BiomechanicsDay with @GT_PoWeR_Lab a little early this year for @ATLSciFest! Find us in the Georgia Tech IBB building to learn all about sensing and measuring human movement! #NBD2023


Today I officially signed an offer to become an Assistant Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology starting January 2024!!! I will be joining both the @GeorgiaTech_ECE and @MEGeorgiaTech departments. @gatechengineers @GeorgiaTech

Dissertation proposal complete!

Even more jazzed about this project after getting to chat with my full committee and excited to share more of this work over the next couple years! @GT_EPIC_Lab @GT_PoWeR_Lab

We’re looking for a post-doc, research engineer, and lab technician to join our lab!

Please share with anyone interested in working on lower limb wearable robotics and AI for improving mobility in clinical populations.

More info on all positions here: https://www.epic.gatech.edu/open-positions/

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