Alumni of the Laboratory for Computational Motor Control
Greg Ariff, 2001.
Reza Shadmehr, Maneesh Dewan, Stephanie Wainscott, Greg Ariff (holding Roxanna), Opher Donchin (holding Alexander), Tanaya Shadmehr, Joe Francis, and EunJung Hwang. Spain, 2001.
Greg Ariff, with a wrist impedance measurement device designed and constructed by Sami Kandarian, 2001.
Greg joined the lab in 1999. He was a MS BME student who focused on quantifying adaptation of forward models. His tool was saccadic eye movements as a proxy for the forward model during reach adaptation. He is currently Senior Project Engineer, MPR Associates Inc.
His research results were published in the following works:
A real-time state predictor in motor control: study of saccadic eye movements during unseen reaching movements. G Ariff, O Donchin, T Nanayakkara, and R Shadmehr (2002) Journal of Neuroscience 22:7721-7729. Abstract Citations
The influence of a forward model of arm dynamics on eye behavior in saccadic tracking of manual reaching tasks. Greg D. Ariff (2001) MS Thesis, Johns Hopkins University.