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Graduate positions(s) in Biomechanics / Motor Control

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    Position(s) in Biomechanics and Motor Control at Purdue University

    Doctoral and Master’s graduate position(s) are available for Fall 2017 in the Biomechanics lab at Purdue University. The successful candidate(s) will focus on prehensile mechanics. Candidates with some computational experience (calculus, differential equations, linear algebra etc.; Matlab or similar programming experience) are encouraged to apply. Prior experience in analysis of human movement data and/or associated fields such as robotics, neuroscience etc. is desirable, but not required.

    We are a diverse group of researchers involved in work ranging from balance, bipedal locomotion, movement coordination and timing, to human prehension mechanics. The work culture is highly interactive, and students have opportunities to contribute to various ongoing projects. Please visit our website for descriptions of ongoing activities.

    If you are interested and would like additional information, please email Dr. Satyajit Ambike ( with (1) a letter of interest, (2) a detailed CV, (3) contact information of three individuals who can serve as references, and (4) GRE and TOEFL scores (if applicable).

    Purdue University offers several funding mechanisms for deserving graduate students. Applicants are encouraged to get in touch early to receive full consideration for these prestigious opportunities.

    For more information, please visit the following websites.
    Funding programs at HK
    Graduate funding
    Application to grad school