Motus was founded under the belief that biomechanics can help humans achieve their maximum performance potential and reduce musculoskeletal injuries. In a world of increasing interconnectivity, Motus is actively bringing biomechanics to the masses through wearable technologies, motion capture, and amazing product experiences.
· Join Motus’ Physics Engine team, to innovate and integrate world-class biomechanics algorithms into mass-market products.
· Research and apply new mathematical techniques to analyze data captured from Inertial Measurement Units, Force Sensors, and Electromyography Sensors.
· Research and apply advanced biomechanical principles to skeletal data obtained from 3D Optical Motion Capture, 6DOF Inertial Measurement Units, and 2D Computer Vision Science outputs.
· Assist Motus’ Biomechanics Lab in data collection during product validation and testing.
· Perform robust testing and validation for all developed biomechanics algorithms and shipped products.
· B.S./M.S./or Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, or related technology field.
· Previous experience in a clinical Biomechanics Laboratory.
· Have developed software for a previous or existing product on the market.
· Experience in the field of 3D dynamics, biomechanics, wearable technology, motion capture, force plates, inverse dynamics, advanced numerical methods, and inertial sensor systems.
· Passionate towards sports and human movement.
· Highly proficient with Matlab and C software languages.
· Ability to work in an autonomous, fast-paced startup environment.
· Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Motus Global is an Equal Opportunity Employer; employment with Motus is governed on the basis of merit, competence, and qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, color, religion, gender, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, mental or physical disability, or any other legally protected status.
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Several programs at Lawrence Technological University have been rated among the Best Value Small College programs by the college ranking website Best Value Schools for 2017.
Lawrence Tech was ranked No. 9 in the nation for civil engineering, No. 10 for biomedical engineering, and No. 11 for its mathematics program.
For the biomedical and civil engineering rankings, listed schools must offer at least one targeted program for students seeking a bachelor’s degree in the field. For the math award, three relevant programs must be offered. Schools must also demonstrate a commitment to cost control and a 50 percent graduation rate. The website said it used NCIS College Navigator database and program research to make its rankings, based on academic breadth and depth, student support, and affordability.
The website said LTU’s biomedical engineering “curriculum encourages creativity and innovation as much as science and math, making it the perfect academic melting pot for anyone who wants to apply abstract ideas to real world problems … The demanding program requires a minimum of 132 credit hours and includes four main areas of focus: bioelectronics, biofluids, biomaterials, and biomechanics. In addition, each student in this top biomedical engineering undergraduate program receives a laptop and access to industry-standard software that they can use in laboratory and design classes.
The full list can be found here: http://www.bestvalueschools.com/small-colleges/chemical-biomedical-engineering/
Terumo Cardiovascular Group is accepting internship applications from now through February 28th. Any interested students who meet the following criteria are encouraged to apply:
– College freshman, sophomores, juniors and college graduate students who are registered for the semester immediately following the internship term as detailed below
– 18 years of age on or before their first day of work
– Completed a minimum of one year of college courses prior to the start of the internship
Terumo has enjoyed working with the valuable interns we’ve had from LTU. Take advantage of this opportunity to get industry experience to compliment your academic studies.
Rehabilitation Engineering at Cleveland State University
A Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates
June 4 – August 11, 2017
If you are an undergraduate student interested in creating and using technology to transform the lives of people with disabilities, this program is for you. This is an opportunity to explore a career path that is meaningful and significant and touches lives. We are looking for students at all undergraduate levels majoring in engineering, computer science, or a related area.
You will be immersed in a community of undergraduate researchers, graduate students, engineering mentors, health care professionals, and, most importantly, people with disabilities. Together you will work on research projects to restore movement to people with paralyzed arms, develop new prosthetic legs, help improve balance in older adults, and explore the mechanics of injured joints. For ten weeks during the summer you will live at Cleveland State University and work in research labs at CSU and in hospitals in Cleveland.
- personal interaction with people with disabilities
- participation in cutting edge rehabilitation research
- membership in a supporting research community
- one on one mentoring
- help preparing for graduate school applications or a job search
- opportunity to travel to and present your research at an academic conference
- $5000 stipend
- free room and meal plan
- free travel to and from Cleveland
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2017 Summer Internship
FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health
Silver Spring, Maryland
The Office of Science and Engineering Laboratories (OSEL) is the laboratory of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). OSEL performs product testing; develops reliable standardized test methods for CDRH and industry use; performs anticipatory scientific investigations on emerging technologies; contributes laboratory data to national and international standards used in CDRH decision making; provides scientific and technical training for CDRH staff members; and maintains laboratory collaborations and relationships with scientific researchers in academia and other Federal laboratories.
Please note we are not accepting applications for recent graduates looking for full-time, long-term positions. This is a temporary position only.
The project involves performing mechanical bench tests to simulate failure of pediatric growing rod devices used in children with severe scoliosis. The internship will require extensive amounts of mechanical testing, fixture development (CAD software), sample preparation, and data analysis.
Enrolled in a mechanical or biomedical engineering program with strong grades in mechanics/biomechanics and biomaterials courses
Lab experience with mechanical testing systems such as MTS or Instron is highly recommended
How to Apply
Please send a resume, unofficial transcript, and summary of your interest in this position to firstname.lastname@example.org
Points to Consider
Located in the Washington, DC area
Access to a car is suggested
Pay: ~$15-18/hour (40 hours per week)
Must show proof of health insurance
References will be requested
SB3C (Biomechanics, Bioengineering and Biotransport) conference is in Tuscon AZ from June 21-24, 2017. Students involved in research projects are highly encouraged to submit abstracts. Please contact your advisors.
1. BS-Level Student Paper Competition! We recognize that the mid-January deadline can be problematic for undergraduate researchers, and will accept BS-Level Student Paper Competition entries through February 15th. Note that this is only for the BS-Level entries; the deadline for the MS- and PhD-Level competition is the same as regular abstract submission.
Learn More About the Student Paper Competition
2. No presubmission required for the Undergraduate Design Competition!
Students entering the Undergraduate Design Competition no longer need to submit an intent-to-submit by the regular abstract deadline. They will only submit a final abstract by February 15, 2017 through the OASIS system.
3. Diversity Travel Award Application – Available Now!
The Diversity Travel Award applications are due by February 15, 2017 with expected notification of recipients near the time of abstract acceptance.
The Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP) provides an opportunity for students to participate in research at a Department of Navy (DoN) laboratory during the summer.
The goals of NREIP are to encourage participating students to pursue science and engineering careers, to further education via mentoring by laboratory personnel and their participation in research, and to make them aware of DoN research and technology efforts, which can lead to employment within the DoN.
NREIP provided competitive research internships to approximately 590 college students last summer. Participating students spend ten weeks during the summer conducting research at approximately 36 DoN laboratories.