The Restore and Mobilize Centers at Stanford University and C-STAR at Shirley Ryan Ability Lab have organized a research summit, “Models & Sensors to Measure Real-World Muscle Function & Movement.” The goal of the meeting is to showcase late-breaking research along with available tools, frameworks, and best practices for applying machine learning and wearable sensing to study real world movement. The scientific session will include invited speakers and short oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts. This full-day meeting will take place on Sunday, June 18, 2023 at the Nordic Centre in Canmore, AB, Canada just prior to the Rocky Mountain Muscle Symposium. Registration will open soon and abstracts will be due in April 2023. Please also consider attending and submitting an abstract to the Rocky Mountain Muscle Symposium.
Webinar: AddBiomechanics – Lowering the Barriers to Musculoskeletal Modeling and Large-Scale Discoveries in Biomechanics
In the first part of this webinar, Mr. Werling will present the AddBiomechanics web platform and show how it can fit into your lab’s workflow. In the second half of the webinar, he will walk participants through a hands-on tutorial of uploading and processing motion capture data, provide best practices and troubleshooting tips when using AddBiomechanics, and provide an easy “getting started” kit for data sharing compliance.