Kylie Fleischfresser is an ideas powerhouse and what may be termed a hybrid engineer, as she has a diverse background—having worked in environmental, civil, electronic, and now sports and biomedical engineering—bringing with her a wealth of knowledge. Kylie’s doctoral research project is focused on fatigue detection. She hopes to use advanced computational modelling to discern the transition between the performance and fatigue phases of a repetitious activity. Further to that, she aims to employ creative visualisation techniques to make the information easier to interpret.
Prior to joining SABEL labs, Kylie completed her undergraduate degree, Bachelor of Engineering – Environmental Engineering (Honours) at Griffith University, Nathan. She has also completed a Certificate IV in Fitness, at Yeronga TAFE, and worked as a corporate personal trainer. In this role she formed a passion for engaging people in their pursuit of physical excellence and developed empirical knowledge of human movement.
Kylie is vivacious in her approach to tackling challenges and is passionate about physical health and technology.