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Paper published in Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation
“Learning and transfer of complex motor skills in virtual reality: A perspective review” by Danielle Levac, Meghan Huber, and Dagmar
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1st Place Presenter Award at the MIT MERE 2019
Meghan Huber won a first place presenter award at the MIT Mechanical Engineering Research Exhibition (MERE) for her poster on
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Joining MIE faculty at UMass Amherst 2020
Starting January 2020, I will be an assistant professor at UMass Amherst in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering department and
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Paper Publised in Journal of Neurophysiology
“Visual Perception of Joint Stiffness from Multi-Joint Motion” by Meghan E. Huber, Charlotte Folinus, and Neville Hogan is now available
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Paper Accepted to IROS 2019
Jongwoo Lee, Devon Goetz, Meghan Huber, and Neville Hogan will present “Feasibility of Gait Entrainment to Hip Mechanical Perturbation for
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Paper Published in Advanced Functional Materials
“Additive Manufacturing of Biomechanically Tailored Meshes for Compliant Wearable and Implantable Devices” by Sebastian W. Pattinson, Meghan E. Huber, Sanha
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Paper Accepted to ICRA 2019
Jongwoo Lee, Meghan Huber, Enrico Chiovetto, Martin Giese, Dagmar Sternad, and Neville Hogan will present “Human-inspired balance model to account
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ICRA 2019 Workshop Accepted
Pauline Maurice, Meghan Huber, Claudia Latella, Serena Ivaldi, and Neville Hogan are organizing a workshop at the 2019 International Conference
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Project Funded by Samsung
Neville Hogan, Meghan Huber, and Jongwoo Lee received funding from Samsung for a new research project “Novel Interventions and Assessment
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Paper accepted to IROS 2018
Jongwoo Lee, Meghan Huber, Dagmar Sternad, and Neville Hogan will present “Robot Controllers Compatible with Human Beam Balancing Behavior” at
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1st Place Technical Design Award at MIT AT Hackathon
Danielle Feerst, James Hermus, Jongwoo Lee, David Mercado, and Meghan Huber won the first place technical design award at the
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Paper Published in PLoS Computational Biology
“Exploiting the geometry of the solution space to reduce sensitivity to neuromotor noise” by Zhaoran Zhang, Dena Guo, Meghan Huber,
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Paper Published in Scientifc Reports
“Low-dimensional organization of angular momentum during walking on a narrow beam” by Enrico Chiovetto, Meghan Huber, Dagmar Sternad, and Martin
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Best Student Paper Finalist to Ryan Koeppen at DSCC 2017
Congratulations to Ryan Koeppen for being one of six finalists for best student paper with his paper of “Controlling Physical
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Best UROP to Ryan Koeppen at MERE ’17
Congratulations to Ryan Koeppen for winning Best UROP with his presentation of “Controlling Physical Interaction: Humans Do Not Minimize Energy”
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Paper Published in IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters
“Velocity-curvature patterns limit human-robot physical interaction” by Pauline Maurice, Meghan Huber, Neville Hogan, and Dagmar Sternad is now in preprint
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Paper Accepted to IROS 2017
Meghan Huber, Charlotte Folinus, and Neville Hogan will present “Visual Perception of Limb Stiffness” at IROS 2017.
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Paper Accepted to DSCC 2017
Ryan Koeppen, Meghan Huber, Dagmar Sternad, and Neville Hogan will present “Controlling Physical Interaction: Humans Do Not Minimize Muscle Effort”
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