News: The HCDR Lab has an immediate open Ph.D. position starting from Fall 2015. If you are interested in it please contact Prof. James Yang at email@example.com.
The purposes of the Human-Centric Design Research Lab are
(1) to advance the
understanding of human movement capabilities by means of modeling, simulation
and experimentation, and develop computer software package that facilitates
human-centric design, biomechanics analysis, ergonomics assessment, injury
prediction, traffic safety system including digital human visibility prediction
and human performance assessment.
(5) to promote
human lives by developing novel medical devices such as hand/foot prosthesis,
and other devices.
Updated on Sept. 28, 2013.
© Human-Centric Design Research Lab, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX79409
Since Sept. 3, 2008