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Our Paper, “How to Run 50% Faster without External Energy”, is accepted in Science Advances

Mar. 25, 2020—Humans have constantly tried to run faster since the earliest Olympic Games (c. 776 BC), featuring the Stade, a footrace around a stadium. As records become broken and next-generation running shoes are developed, this begs the question – what is the speed limit? Recently, researchers in the ARCLab have proposed a special type of running...

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Our paper on Data-driven Optimal Control is accepted in IEEE TRO

Jul. 24, 2019—Our paper on Data-driven Optimal Control without model-base prediction is accepted in IEEE TRO.

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The Lab moved from Singapore to CREATE at Vanderbilt

Jul. 24, 2019—The Lab moved from Singapore to become part of the Center for Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology at Vanderbilt.

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Our paper on Quasi-passive Exoskeletons is accepted in IEEE TNSRE

Jul. 25, 2019—Have you ever wanted to jump as high as a housecat? Effortless moving from the ground to the top of a table, which is more than double its own body height. Recently, researchers in the ARCLab proposed this can be done, without batteries, if we used the right kind of springs. (A. Sutrisno and D.J....

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