Prof. Dr. David Franklin
Prof. Franklin studied human physiology and was awarded a Ph.D. in 2005 from the Department of Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University (Canada) in Ted Milner's group. He worked as a researcher at the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute (Kyoto, Japan) from 1999 to 2006 in the laboratory of Mitsuo Kawato. He then spent 3 years as a post-doctoral fellow in Daniel Wolpert's group in the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge (U.K.). In 2010 he was awarded a Wellcome Trust RCD Fellowship and started the Neuromechanics Group at the University of Cambridge. In 2016, he moved to TUM as the Professor for Neuromuscular Diagnostics.
email: david.franklin (at) tum.de
Justinas Cesonis studied Engineering at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a Masters degree. He moved to TUM in 2016 and is working on a PhD investigating computational models of motor control. His specific interests include feedback modulation and control of human reaching movement.
email: justinas.cesonis (at) tum.de
Marion Forano comes from France. After two years studying in Blaise Pascal University, Clermont-Ferrand, she obtained her Bachelor degree in Adapted Physical Activity in Nice, France. In 2016 she received her Master in Human Movement Science from Aix-Marseille University with a research project on vision, proprioception and online control. She started her PhD at TUM, working on motor learning and internal models.
email: marion.forano (at) tum.de
Sonja joined the lab in 2017 and is responsible for office management and administration. Her office hours are 10am - 3pm, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Robert Bauer is working on the visual guidance of reaching movements
Dr. Christian Stockinger (BMW group)
Filipa Pereira (University of Porto)
Sarah Barreto Ornellas (Yale)