Dr. Maury Nussbaum
M.Sc., Industrial and Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech, 2014
M.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 2011
Alireza Sedighi's current interest is focused on the potential role and value of incorporating (or enhancing) motor variability in occupational tasks. He is developing and evaluating existing, and new methods for quantifying motor variability. In addition, he is interested in investigating the possibility of manipulating motor variability by training and determining whether this might an effective strategy for decreasing the risk of musculoskeletal disorders. Also, he studied “Control of human spine in complex motion using central pattern generators (CPGs) Based ANN and NFC Approach” in his previous M.sc. thesis.
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