Ahnsei Shon joined INPL in Summer 2018. He pursues a PhD degree.

His research interests lie in gait rehabilitation after spinal cord injury using sensory electrical stimulation.

Bing Jiang joined INPL in Summer 2018. She pursues a PhD degree.

Her research interests lie in intraoral assistive technology and tongue motor learning for people after spinal cord injury.

Stefan Manoharan joined INPL in Summer 2018. He pursues a PhD degree.

His research interests lie in upper limb rehabilitation and body schema extension using sensory electrical stimulation.

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Devon Dollahon joined INPL in Fall 2019. He pursues a PhD degree.

His research interests lie in internal model to predict the effect of sensory electrical stimulation.

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Semyoung Oh joined INPL in Spring 2021. He pursues a PhD degree.

His research interests lie in the effect of sensory electrical stimulation on VR-based motor performance.

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Junxiang Zheng joined INPL in Spring 2021. He pursues a PhD degree.

His research interests lie in the effect of sensory electrical stimulation on colonic peristalsis and oromotor rehabilitation.

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Kyungrak Choi joined INPL in Fall 2021. He pursues a PhD degree.

His research interests lie in modeling motor learning under the condition of sensory mismatch.

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Ratnadeep Pal joined INPL in Fall 2021. He pursues a MS degree.

His research interests lie in modeling the effect of sensory electrical stimulation on tactile perception.

Alumni

Rachen Ravichandran, MS, 2021 (Cadence Design Systems)

Raghav Hari Krishna, MS, 2021 (SharkNinja)

Rami Mooti, MS, 2020 (Texas Instrument)

Derrick Knox, MS, 2020 (Qualcomm)

Beomhee Park, MS, 2020

Kasra Ghadiri, MS, 2020 (Boeing)

Jacob Azbell, MS, 2020 (National Instrument)

Rohit Rangwani, MS, 2020 (Qualcomm)

Siddarth Biyani, MS, 2019 (Intel)