Max recently joined the faculty at UIC in the College of Engineering. He works on computational descriptions of biological motor systems.
Email: mbernike at uic dot edu
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Steve is a second-year PhD student at UIC and is a research assistant in the Motor Behavior Lab. Steve received a Bachelor's Degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering from the University of Notre Dame in 2016. His research is focused on teaching artificial neural networks to act as a controller for reaching movements.
Uli is sophomore undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Neuroscience at UIC. Using Poser graphics software, she creates illustrations of the lab set-up for publication in research journals.
Email: usolov2 at uic dot edu
Yekta is a PhD student at UIC and a research assistant at the Motor Behavior Lab. She has her Masters from the University of Tehran. Currently her research is focused on reaching movements in the presence of force perturbation and the effects of sensory feedback on the nature of these reaches.
Email: szahed3 at uic dot edu
Natarajan is a second-year Master's student and is a research assistant in the Motor Behavior Lab. He joined the lab in Fall'16 after his Bachelor's from Anna University, India. Currently, his research focus is on conducting behavioral experiments on upper limb movements and building computational models.
email: nvaidy3 at uic dot edu
Alireza joined the lab in Spring 2017 as a PhD student at UIC and a research assistant, after completing a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology. Currently his research is on force field generalization and modeling motor adaptation.
Email: arezaz2 at uic dot edu