Fischer Arielle

Assistant Professor
History Highlights:
  • Dr. Arielle Fischer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Technion. She is head of the Technion BioMotion Lab, where her research is dedicated to the exploration of human biomechanics and wearable technology. In her current role, Dr. Fischer also serves as the Head of Collaborative Research between the Technion and the Israel Olympic Committee. Her research endeavors center around the intricate relationship between mechanics, biology, and structural factors in musculoskeletal joint pathologies, encompassing a wide spectrum from sports-related injuries to conditions like osteoarthritis and neuromuscular disorders. Dr. Fischer's approach involves the use of non-invasive smart wearable personalized devices and sensor technologies to capture extensive bio-signal data. . Dr. Fischer's academic path commenced with her pursuit of Mechanical Engineering at MIT and the Technion for her BSc. She then completed an MSc (2013) and a PhD (2016) in Mechanical Engineering, at the Technion. Following this, she held a postdoctoral research position at Stanford University.
Research Interests:
  • Biomechanics, human motion analysis
  • machine learning, big data
  • wearable sensors
  • robot-human interaction
  • musculo-skeletal disorders
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