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Research Team - Marzieh H. Memar, Ph.D., P.E.

Marzieh H.Memar

Marzieh H.Memar

Research Associate
Mechanical Engineering
Tel: (207) 581-2357
Email: marzieh.memar AT maine DOT edu
            marzieh.hajiaghamemar AT umit DOT maine DOT edu

Research Interests:

  • Injury/Impact Biomechanics
  • Physical and numerical surrogate development
  • Human injury tolerances
  • Fall prediction, prevention and protection technologies
  • Head and hip protective designs
  • Human body motion analysis
  • Forensic engineering
  • Wearable assistive device
  • Traumatic brain injury

 

Publications:

  • Fattah A., Hajiaghamemar M., Mokhtarian A. “Design of a Semi-Active Semi-Passive Assistive Device for Sit-to-Stand Tasks” 16th. Annual (International) Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Iran, ISME2008. [PDF]

Current Projects:

Study the kinetics and kinematics of head impact in falling using ATDs
Study the kinetics and kinematics of head impact in falling using ATDs
Study the kinetics and kinematics of human fall
Study the kinetics and kinematics of human fall
Assessment of Gait Patterns and Muscle Activities Following the Repiphysis Expandable Prosthesis Lengthening
Assessment of Gait Patterns and Muscle Activities Following the Repiphysis Expandable Prosthesis Lengthening
The test apparatus was developed for the purpose of assessing fall protective headgear
The test apparatus was developed for the purpose of assessing fall protective headgear
The Linear impactor was fabricated to evaluate head protection gear
The Linear impactor was fabricated to evaluate head protection gear
Quantify Functional Improvements Following X-Stop Spacer Procedure
Quantify Functional Improvements Following X-Stop Spacer Procedure
Design and evaluation of head protection gears for people at risk of falling
Design and evaluation of head protection gears for people at risk of falling
Balance test using force plate
Balance test using force plate
Mechanical testing of protective materials
Mechanical testing of protective materials


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