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.

In-body disease sensors. Engineered T cells to fight cancer. Wearable robotics control systems. A landmark day for 4 of our creative, bold researchers w/@NIH_CommonFund Director’s Awards, including our 1st Pioneer Award to @gabekwong. #NIHHighRisk http://b.gatech.edu/3Cspqjf

It sure was fun to present at a #Neuromechanics meeting again! Thank you @gregory_sawicki and Aaron Young for hosting me at Georgia Tech for the day. Shout out to folks from @GT_EPIC_Lab @GT_PoWeR_Lab @NeuromechanicsL & Comparative Neuromechanics Lab for the great discussions! 🦿

Huge Thanks to @GT_EPIC_Lab & @LidarGt teams for giving Congressional staffers a demonstration some of the most exciting and life-changing @GeorgiaTech #robotics #research in #prosthetics, #exoskeletons and mobile robots 🤖😍

In my happy place - chatting about cool science with awesome people! Thanks for having us, @NACoBiomechs!

Let the countdown to #ASB2023 commence… @AmSocBiomech

Welcome to our newest cohort of PhD students! Thrilled to have Ethan, Hanjun, Ryan, and Sidd joining us as we’re kicking off the new school year.

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