Wearable Mechatronics LabWestern Engineering

Alumni

Masters Alumni

Anastasiia Kyrylova

Degree: M.E.Sc., Biomedical Engineering

Years: 2013–2015

Thesis: Development of a wearable mechatronic elbow brace for postoperative motion rehabilitation

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Yue Zhou

Degree: M.E.Sc., Electrical and Computer Engineering

Years: 2013–2015

Thesis:  Towards the Development of a Wearable Tremor Suppression Glove

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Raneem Haddara

Degree: M.E.Sc., Biomedical Engineering

Years: 2014–2016

Thesis:  Elbow Patients’ Data Collection and Analysis: An Examination of Electromyography Healing Patterns

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Myles Lidka

Degree: M.E.Sc., Electrical and Computer Engineering

Recipient of an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (September 2015) and a Win 4.0 Student Travel Award

Years: 2014–2017

Thesis:  Comparison of DC Motors and Dielectric Elastomer Actuators For Wearable Wrist Exoskeletons

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Emma Farago

Emma Farago

Degree: M.E.Sc., Electrical and Computer Engineering

Transdisciplinary Bone and Joint Training Award of Western's Collaborative Program in Musculoskeletal Health Research

NCERC Canadian Graduate Scholarship (2017)

Years: 2016-2018

Thesis: Development of an EMG-based Muscle Health Model for Elbow Trauma Patients

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Allison Goldman

Allison Goldman

Degree: M.E.Sc., Electrical and Computer Engineering

Award for Outstanding Presentation in Graduate Symposium in Biomedical Systems Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Western Ontario, 2017

Years: 2015-2018

Thesis: A Biomechanical and Physiological Signal Monitoring System for Four Degrees of Upper Limb Movement

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Taylor Stanbury

Taylor Stansbury

Degree: M.E.Sc., Mechatronics Engineering

NSERC Canadian Graduate Scholarship (2016)

Years: 2015-2018

Thesis: Dynamic Calibration of EMG Signals for Control of a Wearable Elbow Brace

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Doctoral Alumni

 

Tyler

Tyler Desplenter

Degree: 

Recipient of Global Opportunites Award (Jan 2015)

Recipient of an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (May 2015)

Recipient of a Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology (May 2016)

Years: 2013-2018

Thesis: Development of Digital Control Systems for Wearable Mechatronic Devices: Applications in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation of the Upper Limb

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