Dr Amin Ahmadi received the PhD degree in MEMS Inertial Sensors and Motion Analysis from SABEl Labs, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia in 2010. His research was highlighted as a feature in the New Scientist and appeared on the BBC and ABC television and radio channels. He along with his colleagues also won the Australian prestigious Minister Excellence Award for Innovation and Creativity in Wireless Monitoring of Sports Performance. Currently, he is involved in a number of European funded projects to develop novel solutions for monitoring and analyzing human movements using wearable inertial sensors and computer vision techniques. His research interests include sensor fusion, machine learning and human motion analysis using wearable inertial sensors for rehabilitation and sporting activity applications.
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