Services and Activities
The focus of the seminar series is to call for experts related to academia and research in the areas related to biomechanics, variability, motor disorders, physical therapy and related studies. The series includes local and nationally renowned professors and specialists presenting findings, stimulating thinking and creating collaboration ideas for the UNO faculty and students.
If you are interested in presenting, please contact Dr. Nick Stergiou.
Click here for a list of speakers.
2017 Nonlinear Analysis Workshop Dates: July 31st- August 4th!
Every year, we offer a nonlinear workshop for members of our department and the biomechanics community worldwide. In 2016, we hosted the eighth annual nonlinear workshop. Participants traveled from around US and Europe to Omaha to learn nonlinear mathematics and their application to human movement studies. This workshop covered five days of lectures, hands on learning, and social events. If you are interested in attending, please check our link above. Information regarding the upcoming workshop is typically released in January.
Dr. Nick Stergiou is also a lecturer for the European Nonlinear Analysis Workshop, which will be hosted in Lisbon, Portugal June 26-30, 2017! Please visit their website by clicking here for more information.
The members of the Department of Biomechanics love to lend a helping hand to our community! We have participated in Habitat for Humanity projects, collecting donations for refugees from Nepal, and every winter we collect funds and gather presents for families in need through the Adopt A Family (Star 104.5 FM) Program. If your organization is looking for people to get involved, please contact us. We enjoy giving back to our community.
For the community, we offer running and walking shoe recommendations, balance testing, and strength testing. For more information, please click here.
For other research professionals in Nebraska and elsewhere, we offer various biomechanical services. These range from data collection to data analysis. For more information, please click here.
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