Sports Biomechanics Lab

Hiroshima Univ.

What physical principles explain amazing human performance in sports and arts? How does our central nervous system control such complex motion? Our laboratory investigates human motor control.

We record data from 8-camera motion capture, two force plates, and 16ch wireless EMG sensors. We analyze the data by using biomechanical and mathematical models. We welcome students and postdocs with sports science, engineering, and medical backgrounds.






Yamada (M2)  presented at International Society of Biomechanics (ISB 2019) at Calgary, Canada.


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Shinya presented at International Society of Posture and Gait Research (ISPGR 2019) at Edinburgh, Scotland.



Shinya presented at Neural Control of Movement (NCM 2019) at Toyama.

A copy of my poster is available here.






Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences

Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan

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