The Restore Center Bootcamps are patterned after the human genome jamborees, where researchers—who may not have typically worked together—gathered for multiple days to work face-to-face on a grand problem. The intensely focused session resulted in significant progress in the field.

Our bootcamps will advance individuals’ research on movement using simulations and mobile technology and build a cadre of experts for rehabilitation research. Hosted at Stanford University with a high staff-to attendee ratio, each bootcamp will draw researchers from around the world to work together on their specific projects. Lectures, combined with time to apply newly acquired knowledge to participants’ individual research projects, make the bootcamps a unique and productive experience. 

Upcoming Bootcamps

The Wu Tsai Human Performance AllianceRestore Center, and Mobilize Center are now accepting applications for a three-day, project-based workshop on the Stanford University campus. This workshop will take place March 11-13, 2024 and is intended for researchers who are advanced users of our software tools, including OpenSimOpenSim MocoOpenSenseSit2Stand, and OpenCap. Advanced users include those who are applying these tools to new use cases or developing new pipelines, models, or algorithms. Researchers will work with our staff to advance the goals of their specific research projects. We highly encourage collaborators to participate in the workshop as a team. Applications are due December 15, 2023.

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