People

Dr. David Lee

Associate Professor
College of Life Sciences

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Graduate Students

Michael Isaacs

Ph.D. Candidate

Michael served as an undergraduate researcher in the Lab of Comparative Biomechanics since 2012 and started the graduate program at UNLV in the fall of 2014. His dissertation research focuses on human locomotion with and without lower limb prosthetics.

In addition to his doctoral research, Michael received an Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award for his efforts as a laboratory instructor for Human Anatomy & Physiology I (BIOL 348) and Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy & Biomechanics (BIOL 451) courses at UNLV. He values his role as an educator for the professionals of the future and strives to breakdown political and socioeconomic barriers with science education.

Michael is an advanced SCUBA diver, has a 1st degree black belt in American Taekwondo, and likes to cook.

Kit Knight

Ph.D. Candidate

 

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Past Graduate Students

Name

Graduate Student

 

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Undergraduate Students

Name

Student

 

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Collaborators

Name

Job

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Angel Solis

Masters Student, Electrical Engineering

Angel is working on his thesis which is related to  the Dynamic Control Platform. As an undergraduate he worked on the project as part of his independent study. His Master’s thesis is the control system for the Platform

Beside his research Angel works as a tutor in the Engineering Tutoring Lab, where he has been helping students for over two years. 

 

Reiner Dizon

Senior, Computer Engineering Major

Undergraduate Research Assistant, Webmaster

Reiner is one of the engineering students working on the Dynamic Control Platform. He has been involved on this project since January 2018 as part of his independent study. He is helping with developing the Dynamic Intelligence System and the control algorithm.

He is currently finishing up his bachelors degree in Computer Engineering this semester. After he graduates from college, he plans to go to graduate school in the following fall to pursue doctoral studies in Electrical Engineering. His broad research interest include embedded systems design, robotics, and electronics.

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