Mechanical Engineering Department

With over 25 years of dedication to the fields of inertial sensing, sensor data fusion, Kalman filtering, localization, motion tracking, biomechanics, and human gait analysis, I bring a vast pool of knowledge and understanding. My pioneering work in foot tracking underpins current unrestricted gait analysis research. This work advances continuously, powered by collaborative efforts with various departments within the University of Michigan as well as other international research centers. My research has focused on the use of inertial sensors directed towards solving a wide range of complex challenges, including robot localization, marine mammals tracking, gait analysis, personal localization, and determining the attitude for micro-satellites.