P20015: Adaptable Exoskeleton Actuator
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Project Name
Adaptable Exoskeleton Actuator
Project Number
P20015
Start Term
2191
End Term
2195
Faculty Guide
Prof. George Slack, gbseee@rit.edu
Primary Customer
Dr. Ehsan Rashedi, exreie@rit.edu
Sponsor (financial support)
Biomechanics and Ergonomics Lab (BEL)

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Member Role Contact
Nicole Nugent ISE nsl4601@rit.edu
Dominick Annabel EE dta7050@rit.edu
Jeremy Ahner ME jxa7060@rit.edu
Eva Hall BME exh7109@rit.edu
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