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Promobilia MoveAbility Lab

Technology to measure, decode, and enhance human movement

The Promobilia MoveAbility Lab and KTH MoveAbility research group are led by Professor Lanie Gutierrez-Farewik at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. Our research is focused on quantifying movement strategies employed by the nervous system, unravelling the causal relation between load bearing and adaptive capacity of the neuro-musculoskeletal system, and developing adaptive assistive devices for children and adults with motion disorders. Our research is strengthened by our combination of experimental and computational approaches and through multidisciplinary collaboration. 

Picture of feet with sensors for measuring movement

Job openings:

About working here: you should expect to spend a large amount of your time on practical hands-on work in a lab, testing/experimenting on human subjects.

PhD students for 2 different projects:

Doctoral student(s) in Biomechanics: Gait exoskeletons and rehab robotics :

Doctoral student(s) in Biomechanics in movement disability :

Post doc:

Post doc in biomechanics of human movemen t:


Belongs to: MoveAbility Lab
Last changed: May 15, 2024