Logan Wade at Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics
Last month CAMERA’s Logan Wade presented his research “Examination of 2D markerless motion capture for sagittal and frontal joint angles of the ankle, knee and hip” at the 27th Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics in Porto, Portugal.
We asked Logan to fill us in on his experience.
“The ESB conference was very well run, and the location in Porto, Portugal was amazing, right on the river front. Over 3 days, nearly 800 researchers from around the world presented their research with myself and my PhD student (Yi Wan) among those selected to give an oral presentation. Although the conference catered primarily to engineering and simulation research of the human body, there was a lot of interesting research which overlapped with my areas of focus. My talk was well received and it was very interesting to learn what other groups are doing in the markerless space, especially about how some groups are addressing the task of improving labelled datasets. I am currently writing up the findings I presented at ESB into a manuscript, and the questions and discussion I had after my talk have been very useful in understanding how to convey my research to a wide audience.”