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Recent Advances in Biomechanics of Human Movement, Rehabilitation and Equipment

Submission Deadline: 31 December 2023 (closed) View: 31

Guest Editors

1) Prof. Yaodong Gu, PhD (Corresponding Editor). Email: guyaodong@nbu.edu.cn
Faculty of Sports Science, Ningbo University, Zhejiang, China, conducts research around biomechanics gait kinematics motion analysis.

2) Prof. Julien S. Baker, PhD, DSc. Email: jsbaker@hkbu.edu.hk
Dean, Institute for Exercise Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China, conducts research around sports biomechanics and sports physiology.

3) Prof. István Bíró, PhD. Email: biro-i@mk.u-szeged.hu
Dean, Faculty of Engineering, University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary, conducts research around mechanical engineering and biomechanics.

4) A. Prof. Justin W. Fernandez, PhD. Email: j.fernandez@auckland.ac.nz
Department of Engineering Science, Auckland Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland. Auckland, New Zealand, conducts research around computational biomechanics and wearable sensors.

5) A. Prof. Gusztáv Fekete, PhD. Email: fg@inf.elte.hu
Savaria Institute of Technology, Faculty of Informatics, Eötvös Loránd University, Szombathely, Hungary, conducts research around mechanics and biomechanical engineering.

6) A. Prof. Jingying Wang, PhD. Email: wjy_sdu@sdu.edu.cn
Energy and Power Engineering at Shandong University, Shandong, China, conducts research around the development and application of physical models and numerical methods for aerodynamics and biomechanics.

7) A. Prof. Pengfei Yang, PhD. Email: yangpf@nwpu.edu.cn
School of Life Sciences, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Shanxi, China, conducts research around bone mechanics, space physiology.


Biomechanics has proliferated in recent years thanks to the rapid advancement of modern technology. Emerging technological developments, such as artificial intelligence and computer modeling, allow us to not only capture motion but also go deeper into the health and medical industries where applies these biomechanics technologies for many new fields in more practical settings, including deep learning in human gait recognition, optimization of athletic performance, and sports injury assessment and rehabilitation. In addition, biomechanics has been involved in developing new types of implantation interventions and medical devices, which play an indispensable role in improving the accuracy of surgery. In summary, the integration of these technologies can offer a powerful environment for improving biomechanics studies. 

The purpose of this special collection is to provide a multidisciplinary discussion forum, covering all bioengineering professions, in terms of the recent applications of artificial intelligence, computational technology, and other modern technology in biomechanics. 


biomechanics, sports performance, sports rehabilitation, sports equipment biomechanics, artificial intelligence, computational technology

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