Interested in working with the NMBL Lab at Stanford?
- Postdoctoral Fellowships in Digital Human Modeling: We have several openings for postdoctoral fellowships. Read more and learn how to apply.
- Professor Delp generally begins working with one or two new doctoral students each year. The first step is to apply for admission to one of the academic departments at Stanford such as Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, and other departments.
- The OpenSim Project and the Restore Center run workshops, webinars, and provides pilot funding for researchers performing musculoskeletal simulation, wearable sensing, and real world analysis of movement. See the OpenSim website or join the OpenSim mailing list to learn more.
- The Mobilize Center runs a seminar series and helps organize several events around data science for understanding human movement. See the Mobilize Center event page for a list of upcoming events.
Current Stanford students can contact Diane Bush to inquire about working with the lab. If you are a student from another institution and are interested in working in our lab, you must first apply to Stanford University.
We always welcome applications from talented biomechanical engineers, computer scientists, and neuroscientists who are focused on optimizing human performance.