Prof. Franklin studied human physiology and was awarded a Ph.D. in 2005 from the Department of Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University (Canada) in Ted Milner's group. He worked as a researcher at the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute (Kyoto, Japan) from 1999 to 2006 in the laboratory of Mitsuo Kawato. He then spent 3 years as a post-doctoral fellow in Daniel Wolpert's group in the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge (U.K.). In 2010 he was awarded a Wellcome Trust RCD Fellowship and started the Neuromechanics Group at the University of Cambridge. In 2016, he moved to TUM as the Professor for Neuromuscular Diagnostics.
email: david.franklin (at) tum.de
Raz Leib received his Ph.D from the Biomedical Engineering department at Ben-Gurion University in 2016. He then worked as a short-term post-doctoral fellow at the biomedical-robotic laboratory (BGU) before moving to TUM in June 2018. He is interested in the conditioning of feedback gains.
email: raz.leib (at) tum.de
Justinas Cesonis studied Engineering at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a Masters degree. He moved to TUM in 2016 and is working on a PhD investigating computational models of motor control. His specific interests include feedback modulation and control of human reaching movement.
email: justinas.cesonis (at) tum.de
After studying Kinesiology at the Universities of Ottawa (Canada), Clermont-Ferrand and Nice Sophia Antipolis (France), Marion Forano graduated in 2016, with a Master degree in Human Movement Sciences from Aix-Marseille University (France). Her Master research project focused on the role of vision and proprioception in online control. She started her PhD in September 2016 at TUM, working on human motor learning and the formation of motor memories in human reaching movements.
email: marion.forano (at) tum.de
Clara Günter received her Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology in 2019. Her master's thesis focussed on sensory feedback by electrical stimulation of peripheral nerves in amputees. She moved to TUM in March 2019 and is working on human motor learning, specifically related to different feedback modalities in the field of prosthetics.
After his studies of Sport and Performance (BSc) at the German Sport University in Cologne, Jonathan Orschiedt worked as the Head of Athletic Training & Rehabilitation in the Youth Academy of the 1. FC Kaiserslautern. After graduating with a Master’s degree in Sport and Exercise Science from TUM in 2019, he started his PhD at the Chair of Neuromuscular Diagnostics. His master’s thesis and his research interest focuses on the influence of the learning context on the control strategies of bimanual reaching movements.
Mao Ono joined the lab in 2019 and is responsible for office management and administration. She works Monday to Friday mornings in room M214.
email: ono (at) tum.de
phone: +49 89 289 24538
Dr. Howard is a visiting Professor at TUM for the summer of 2018
Dr. Christian Stockinger (BMW group) - 2017
Hanna Hoogen - 2019
Stefanos Charalambous (Georgia Tech) - 2019
Isabelle Hoxha (TUM) - 2019
Maxsim Slivka (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University) - 2018
Robert Bauer (Regensburg) - 2017
Filipa Pereira (University of Porto) - 2017
Sarah Barreto Ornellas (Yale) - 2017