Albert is a Ph.D. student in physical ergonomics and focuses on joints loads during tasks. He has been working on the NOISH Ladder Study since the beginning of 2015. The study investigates how different ladder configuration, with different pitching, rail height and rung spacing, would affect the risk of falls. In addition, he is involved in a research on building dynamic model for orthotic patient to assist orthoses design.
Advisor: Prof. Thomas Armstrong
Availability: Fall 2019
Position sought: Academic & Industrial