Alumni of the Laboratory for Computational Motor Control
Tie Wang, 1998
Tie joined the lab in 1998 as a MS student in the BME program. He worked on measuring control of arm impedance during reach adaptation. He subsequently joined Microstrategy Inc. in Washington DC.
His research results were published in the following papers:
Learning dynamics of reaching movements results in the modification of arm impedance and long-latency perturbation responses. T Wang, GS Dordevic, and R Shadmehr (2001) Biological Cybernetics 85:437-448. Abstract Citations
Control force change due to adaptation of forward model in human motor control. Tie Wang (2000) MS Thesis, Johns Hopkins University.