Manoj Srinivasan

Affiliations: 
Mechanical Engineering Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Area:
Mechanical Engineering, Biomechanics Biophysics
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Andy Ruina grad student Cornell (Physics Tree)
Philip Holmes post-doc 2006-2009 Princeton (Neurotree)

Children

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Yang Wang grad student 2013 Ohio State
Barrett Clark grad student 2018 Ohio State
Matthew L. Handford grad student 2018 Ohio State
Nidhi Seethapathi grad student 2018 Ohio State
Varun Joshi grad student 2012-2018 Ohio State
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Brown GL, Seethapathi N, Srinivasan M. (2021) A unified energy-optimality criterion predicts human navigation paths and speeds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Joshi V, Srinivasan M. (2019) A controller for walking derived from how humans recover from perturbations. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 16: 20190027
Seethapathi N, Srinivasan M. (2019) Step-to-step variations in human running reveal how humans run without falling. Elife. 8
Seethapathi N, Srinivasan M. (2019) Author response: Step-to-step variations in human running reveal how humans run without falling Elife
Joshi V, Srinivasan M. (2018) Walking crowds on a shaky surface: stable walkers discover Millennium Bridge oscillations with and without pedestrian synchrony. Biology Letters. 14
Handford ML, Srinivasan M. (2018) Energy-optimal human walking with feedback-controlled robotic prostheses: a computational study. Ieee Transactions On Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering : a Publication of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
Handford ML, Srinivasan M. (2016) Robotic lower limb prosthesis design through simultaneous computer optimizations of human and prosthesis costs. Scientific Reports. 6: 19983
Seethapathi N, Srinivasan M. (2015) The metabolic cost of changing walking speeds is significant, implies lower optimal speeds for shorter distances, and increases daily energy estimates. Biology Letters. 11
Joshi V, Srinivasan M. (2015) Walking on a moving surface: energy-optimal walking motions on a shaky bridge and a shaking treadmill can reduce energy costs below normal. Proceedings. Mathematical, Physical, and Engineering Sciences / the Royal Society. 471: 20140662
Srinivasan MV. (2015) Of Bees, Birds, and 'Bots Ieee Potentials. 34: 20-25
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