Theoretical and fundamental biomechanics and biomedical engineering

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Theoretical and fundamental biomechanics and biomedical engineering – Chair – prof. habil. dr. M. Mariūnas (VGTU)


Research activities:


• Increasing endoprosthesis’ durability using multilayer coatings at the nanotechnology scale and biological lubricants;
• The influence of prosthetics links stiffness and manufacturing errors on human gait;
• Rehabilitation of hearing and vision using tactile devices;
• Investigating blood flow in pathologic vessels and issues related to their strength characteristics;
• Recognition of biosignals and research of their relation with human efficiency parameters;
• Investigating wheelchair accommodation systems within the public transportation system;