The Mobilize Center organized the thematic session on “Data Science in Biomechanics” at the 26th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) in July. The thematic session generated a lot of interest with over 160 people in attendance. The talks highlighted various data science topics including: 1) how large data from wearables, clinics, and research labs are leading to new actionable insights, and 2) how data science tools can help generate new knowledge that conventional statistical methods may miss.
- Slides: “The Mobilize Center: Accelerating Movement Science with Big Data” by Eni Halilaj
- Slides: “Transforming Gait Research: Advancing a Worldwide Research Network and Biomechanical Database” by Sean Osis and Reed Ferber
- Slides: “Long-term Monitoring of Lower Limb Joint Loads Using Wearable Sensors: Application in Sports and Orthopaedics” by Thor Besier, et al.