About Thomas

Thomas graduated as an Industrial Engineer Elektromechanics with specialization biomedical technology. As master thesis he did an internship at Novosanis, where he contributed to the development, quality control and certification of the VAX-ID product. In this way, he came in contact with Product Development, where he is now employed as a researcher. His main research topic is about vibrotactile motion steering, which is an emerging haptic guidance technique for posture and movement corrections by using vibrations. Out of work experiences, He is interested in the same topic: technology and the link with the functioning of the human, especially in improving the living conditions of people in rehabilitation and in improving the professionalization of training conditions in sports.

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