Anvesh Naik and Mitchell Tillman, both students of Dr. Satya Ambike, presented their work on human prehension behavior at the Society of Neuroscience conference held at Chicago in October 2019. SfN is the largest conference in this field, with close to 30,000 scientists and students from all over the world in attendance.
Anvesh Naik, a PhD student, presented his work on the stability-maneuverability tradeoff in human prehensile behavior.
Mitchell Tillman, now a PhD student at Stevens Institute of Technology, presented his work from Purdue on the effects of anticipated manual actions on the stability of the current manual state.
We were visited by the world-renowned expert on motor synergies in human behavior – Dr. Mark Latash.