INS Québec is developing and testing advanced methods for processing a variety of signals recorded by electronic instruments in training, assessment and competition settings. For example, recording and processing signals generated by athletes jumping on force plates allows for improved monitoring of neuromuscular performance.
Principal investigators :
- Mathieu Charbonneau, biomechanics specialist, INS Québec
- Julien Clément, performance analyst, INS Québec
- Samuel Marion, master’s student, Université de Montréal
- Aaron Manning, master’s student, McGill University
Funding: MÉES (PRIDI), OTP