Professor - Researcher
Ph. D. in Orthopedic Biomechanics, Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and Master in Mechanical Engineering at Lehigh University. Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering at Seoul National University (Korea). In 2014 he was chosen as one of the four contenders in the world of the ‘2010 ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference’. Author of publications such as "Topological Space of the Knee Tensegrity System", "A Tensegrity Model of a Knee Manages the Balance between Tension and Compression", "The Duality of Knee Functional Axes and Foot Contact", among others.
- Full time Professor of Mechanical Engineering
- Affordance-based design for artifacts that include biomechanical offerings, sports and fitness equipment.
- Biomechanics: This course deals with the mechanics of life. We cover the basic principles of mechanics, such as work, the storage of power and energy, and some of the basic material properties that allow living things not only to sustain, but also propel the body forward when walking, running and jumping.
- Selected Topics of Mechanical Engineering
- Affordance-Based Surgical Design Methods Considering Biomechanical Artifacts. Link
- A Critical Study on the Duality of Functional Knee Axes and Foot Contact. Link
- Tibial Femoral Tunnel for Isokinetic Graft Placement Based on a Tensegrity Model of a Knee
- Topological Space of the Knee Tensegrity System. Link
- A Tensegrity Model of a Knee for the ACL Reconstruction. Link