Alumni

Brandon Miller – Ph.D. (Candidate) Biological Systems Engineering, 2012
University of California, Davis
Dissertation:

B.S.E. Civil Engineering (structural), 1998
University of Iowa

Brent Ulrey – Ph.D. Biological Systems Engineering, 2011
University of California, Davis
Dissertation: Effect of a weight transfer device on muscle activities, joint flexions, and low back loads in the stooped posture.

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2005
University of California, Davis

M.S. Biomedical Engineering, 2000
University of California, Davis
Thesis: Quantitative comparisons of experimentally measured inhomogeneous trabecular bone strain distributions with finite element predictions.

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1995
Alfred University

Allen Yagjian – M.S. Biological Systems Engineering, 2009
University of California, Davis

B.S. Biological Systems Engineering, 2004
University of California, Davis

Danny Nou – M.S. Biological Systems Engineering, 2008
University of California, Davis
Thesis: Fatigue measurements of cyclic and prolonged stooped agricultural work using electromyography.

B.S. Biological Systems Engineering, 2005
University of California, Davis

Ji Hong Chang – Ph.D. Biological Systems Engineering, 2007
University of California, Davis
Dissertation: An approach using photogrammetry and an ergonomic CAD system to evaluate mismatches between operational demands of agricultural tractors and physical and visional capabilities of youth drivers.

M.S. 1997
Sung Kyun Kwan University (Korea)

 

David Reiter – Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, 2006
University of California, Davis
Dissertation: A non-invasive quantitative approach using MRI for assessing the spinal intervertebral disc response to prolonged load exposure.

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2001
University of California, Davis
Thesis: A study on swelling kinematics of the spine and its implications on low back pain.

B.S., 1998
North Carolina State University

Julia Koerber – M.S. Biomedical Engineering, 2006
University of California, Davis
Thesis: Ergonomic comparison of upright and backpack vacuum cleaners.

John Kung – M.S. Biological Systems Engineering, 2006
University of California, Davis
Thesis: Evaluation of the effects of back and upper extremity postures on grip force production in pruning.

B.S. Biological Systems Engineering, 2002
University of California, Davis

Debbie Schenberger – D.Eng. Biological Systems Engineering, 2006
University of California, Davis
Dissertation: Design of MEMS sensor system to measure spinal fusion.

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1995
Stanford University

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1989
University of the Pacific

Jessica Paskiewicz – M.S. Biomedical Engineering, 2003
University of California, Davis
Thesis: Effects of the GRIPSystem (TM) on muscle activity and kinematics of the lower back.

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, 2000
Michigan State University

Andy Kato – M.S. Biological Systems Engineering, 2002
University of California, Davis
Thesis: Ergonomic Evaluation of California Winegrape Trellis Systems.

B.S., 1999
University of Hawaii, Manoa

Ian Rybczynski – M.S. Biomedical Engineering, 2002
University of California, Davis
Thesis: Ergonomic impact of glove use in a coating removal task.

B.S., 1995
Arizona State University

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