Biomechanical Modeling
Learn to use advanced biomechanics software to model, analyze, and interpret human movement. Create models of the human skeleton from motion capture data, represent motion in three dimensions using Euler angles, and perform inverse dynamics.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesExSc 362 or equivalent.
Course Outcomes: 

Biomechanics Software

Use modern software to perform advanced biomechanics research

Analysis of Human Movement

Evaluate the effects of marker placement and modeling techniques on kinematic and kinetic analysis of human movement

Biomechanics Methods

Learn to communicate relevant and succinct methodology in research publications and to evaluate others' research methodologies

Interpretation of Measurements

Learn to interpret the physiological meaning behind biomechanical measurements