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This workshop covers advanced topics in OpenSim. The workshop is an opportunity to learn more about how OpenSim works "under the hood" and get supervised, hands-on assistance with problems participants bring to the workshop. On the first day, a conceptual overview of OpenSim will be provided. The second and third days will be devoted to working on problems participants bring to the workshop. Participants have the opportunity to work in small breakout groups with OpenSim experts on their research problems.

This set of wiki pages hosts slides, relevant links, participant project information, and other materials for the workshop. 

Awards Voting

Main Links

Other Helpful Resources


OpenSim Workshop Agenda

Roster and Contact Info

August 2013 Workshop Roster

Stanford NMBL Lab


We've grouped together participants working on similar projects. Please find and sit near your team at the workshop:

Novel Analyses of Movement

Staff Helpers: James Dunne, Carmichael Ong, Jenny Yong

  • Ryan Bakker
  • Lauren Ferris
  • Anne Gutmann and Craig McGowan
  • Brooke Slavens
  • Ine Van Caekenburghe

Subject-Specific Modeling and Tuning

Staff Helpers: Apoorva Rajagopal, Massimo Sartori, Ajay Seth

  • Fan Gao
  • Thalia Kindt
  • Stephen Ruitta
  • Liang-Ching Tsai

Predictive Simulation

Staff Helpers: Jack Wang, Tim Dorn

  • Anantharaman Gopalakrishnan
  • Patrick Kugler

Designing Assistive Devices

Staff Helpers: Chris Dembia, Tom Uchida

  • Guarav Mukherjee
  • Dong-Wook Rha
  • Roy Kornbluh & Adam Ziemba

Matlab and Python Interfaces

Staff Helpers: Matt DeMers, Ayman Habib, Luca Modenese

  • Michael Hardisty and Jennifer Symons
  • Raghu Ramanathan
  • David Walker

Participant Pages

Each participant has a page on the workshop wiki to add information about his or her project goals and progress during the workshop. Participants, please update your page to include brief information about yourself, any relevant links to your home institution, your project goals slides, final presentation/movies, and any other information that you'd like to share.


Location and Directions

The workshop will be held in the Y2E2 building, room 111.  Directions can be found here.

Workshop Survey

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