I received a B.S. degree in Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering (2013, KU Leuven, Belgium) and a M.Sc. in Engineering Science, Biomedical Technology (2015, KU Leuven, Belgium). I worked for a year as an engineer in the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson (Beerse, Belgium). After, I returned to academia for a PhD on computational methods to simulate neuromechanical models of human movement. In January 2018 I received a four-year FWO-SB fellowship on the topic of my dissertation. During my PhD I collaborated with the Computer Science research group of the Georgia Institute of Technology and with the Department of Biomechanical Engineering of the University of Twente resulting in academic publications. I supervised ten master students in Rehabilitation & Movement Sciences for their master’s thesis projects and taught the practical sessions in the second year biomechanics course for undergraduate students in Rehabilitation & Movement Sciences.
Scott Delp, Postdoctoral Faculty Sponsor