Albert Vette, PhD, PEng

Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Mechanical Engineering Dept

Contact

Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Mechanical Engineering Dept
Email
albert.vette@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-1534
Address
10-326 Donadeo Innovation Centre For Engineering
9211-116 St
EdmontonAB
T6G 2H5

Availability
By Appointment

Overview

Area of Study / Keywords

Website: https://www.ncbl.ualberta.ca/ Biomechanics And Biomedical Engineering Control Systems Testing Human Mechanical Systems Mechanical Systems Sensors Dynamical Systems Human Movement Neuromechanics Gait & Posture Rehabilitation Engineering Quantitative Assessment of Movement Biosignal Processing


About

Education:

Ph.D. (University of Toronto, 2011)

Postdoctoral Fellowship (University of Waterloo, 2012)

Postdoctoral Fellowship (University Health Network - Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, 2012)


Research

My research interests are in human movement biomechanics, neuromuscular control of gait and posture, computational neuroscience, determinants of sensorimotor speed of processing, quantitative assessment of movement, and rehabilitation engineering.

Details on my research activities and research group can be found at: NCBL Laboratory

Details on my publication record can be found at: Google Scholar

Courses

MEC E 653 - Signal Processing of Time and Spectral Series

Practical application of processing techniques to the measurement, filtering and analysis of mechanical system signals; topics include: signal classification, A/D conversion, spectral analysis, digital filtering and real-time signal processing.

Winter Term 2023

MEC E 686 - Assessment and Analysis of Biomechanical Motion

Biomedical technologies for motion measurement; Three-dimensional kinematics analysis of multi-segment body; Biomedical technologies for pressure, force and moment measurement; Three-dimensional kinetics analysis of multi-segment body; Energy, work, power assessment for motion; Muscle activity measurement and analysis; Biomechanical data analytics: signal processing, dynamical system analysis.

Fall Term 2022

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