Research Group Membership
- Development of 3D modelling method to aid study of primate behaviour patterns and support preferences in a complex 3D environment
- Compliant interactions and limb mechanics during arboreal locomotion in tropical forest environments.
- An optimization model of the metabolic costs of bipedal and quadrupedal gaits.
- Primate skeletal form, biomechanics and evolution.
- Development and validation of a numerical model of food comminution.
- Effects of enrichment of the physical environment on locomotion and activity levels in captive Western lowland gorillas in the UK
- A mechanical model of the foot of apes, applied to the fossil record.
- Body size, mechanical energy costs and locomotor strategies in prosimian primates.
- Pads versus claws: habitat use and locomotion/substrate interactions in a predator- and prey-pair in Madagascar: Cryptoprocta versus Propithecus.
- Footprints: the science of walking on four and two feet.
- A model for predicting the metabolic energy costs of bipedal and quadrupedal gaits from foot contact parameters.
- The role of foot pressure in directional control and turning
- Bipedalism or bipedalisms? Mechanical function of the early hominid foot.
- Digital Conservation and Reconstruction of 'Fossilized Behaviour': the evolution of the human foot as revealed by ancient footprint trails
- Saudi Embassy Bench Fees
- Quadrupedalism, Climbing and Bipedalism: mechanical adaptation of great ape locomotion in the Miocene.
- A three-dimensional hybrid rigid/finite elements model of the formation of contact, joint and soft tissue forces in the human foot, applied to analysis of the torque converter pronation mechanism.