Carly King is a new Master’s student in the BioMotion Lab (Fall 2018 – Present). She is currently completing her MA in Psychology, in the Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science program.
Tina is a Research Assistant at BioMotion lab (Winter 2019 – Present). She has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology in Iran. She is currently working on the website and some other projects,
David Lutes (Sept 2016 – Nov 2018 ): MSc student since Sept 2016. He is currently doing his course work while learning tools, such as Matlab, the Psychophysics Toolbox, and former students Giles Holland’s amazing PsychBench.
Kimia is a research assistant at BioMotion lab. She has a master’s degree in Sports Psychology. Currently, she is working on a data collection for pose tracking and biomotion analysis applications and, co-supervised by Prof. Gunnar Blohm.
Sahib just completed his first year of the Integrated Science program and is majoring in
Honours Biomedical Science with a minor in Psychology. He joined the lab in May 2019 as a
YSSA Research Student.
Faria just completed her third year in the Biology program with Honours in Biomedical Sciences. She joined the lab in May 2019 as a Research Practicum student and is currently working on the BML Kit.
Anja is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Psychology at Queen’s University. Anja is interested in how our minds enable us to perceive music.
Séamas Weech Ph.D. student in Psychology (2013-2017) The study of sensory integration has never been more important given the nascence of the consumer VR industry. In my work I try to find out how we process multisensory information, with a view to exploiting this knowledge so that we can inform future developments in technology.
Sophie Kenny Ph.D. student in psychology, Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Sciences (2013-2017) “Does this look heavy to you?” In her doctoral thesis, Sophie investigates how observers attempt to infer properties of manipulated objects when the stimulus consists of nothing but a full-body animation of the performer.
Christoph Lenk Christoph is a Ph.D. student in psychology studies at the University of Giessen in Germany. He has a background in biomechanics, motor control and motion analysis. Christoph visits the biomotion lab from January to April 2018. At the moment he works on perceptual differences between pictorial and egocentric space in Virtual Reality.
Rebecca Schmidt Rebecca is 4th year undergraduate biology student in our lab. She is looking at motion capture with large spiders and creating various simulations, to explore connections gravity may have to the “life detector” and possible phobias.
Michael Wang Undergraduate student in Computer Engineering, working as a SWEP student for the summer of 2017. Michael was working primarily on programming and expanding the development of MATLAB software, as well as assisting with other programming projects in the lab.
Sage Marquardt Sage, an NSERC student for the summer of 2017, is a recent graduate of Queen’s with a specialization in Biology and Psychology. Sage has helped with several research projects and in helping to organize information in the lab. Sage also ran an experiment developing upon the work done by Zhong Li.
Noam McGregor Noam McGregor is a 4th year computing student. For his undergraduate thesis project, he is working to develop a set of web applications that will modernize the essential Bio Motion Lab tools.
Dean Rosen Dean Rosen (Sept. 2017- ) is an undergraduate student in the lab and works on his 4th year thesis project. His main project is to identify the perceptual differences between pictorial and visual spaces.