Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of BioMechanical Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
From 2014-2017 I worked as a postdoc on the H-Haptics programme. After a short break, I rejoined the lab as a 3-month visiting researcher to help out with education.
My research interests are focused on human motor learning and movement performance, human-machine interaction, and haptics. I am interested in both using robotic systems to study how people control and adapt their movement, and in turn, using this fundamental knowledge of humans to inform the design of shared control systems.
A variety of different fields can benefit from improved human-machine interaction. At TU Delft, I have explored these topics for fundamental research, towards the application of deep-sea mining. My previous PhD research focused on medical applications of physical rehabilitation/assistance and surgery.
When not in lab, I like enjoying life outdoors through rock climbing and traveling.