Mission of the human motion data science laboratory is to promote the interdisciplinary collaboration in the scientific research of human motion and its social applications such as healthcare, gerontology, sports science, human-robot communication, and digital archive of personality.


Laboratory have expertise in robotics, biomechanics, and informatics. We seek to network among individuals who are interested in human motion and its physical and social implications. The current technical focus of research is on sensing, reconstruction, modeling, analysis, evaluation, and understanding of human motion based on AI, robotics, and computer vision. The immediate applications include but not limited to skill analysis of athletes, scientific training of sports, avoidance of sports injury, development of motion skill, rehabilitation, and health-monitoring of the elderly.


Students, engineers, scientists, practitioners and athletes who are interested in using, experiencing, and studying on human-motion data science. Please feel free to contact us.