Brian attends UCF pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. His areas of focus of biomechanics and medical devices are facilitated through additional coursework in biomedical sciences, biomechanics, and robotics. Brian has previously been a RAMA scholar and volunteered in the UCF Interventional Robotics Lab where he researched the design of pressure measurement devices for diagnosing Glaucoma. He is currently a RAMP scholar and research assistant working in the UCF Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Devices Lab where he is investigating the design of quasi passive prosthetic feet.
Hwan Choi, Assistant Professor in the department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Pursue a graduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and work in a lab conducting research in the areas of biomechanics, augmentation, and medical devices
Biomechanics, Medical Devices, Rehabilitation Engineering
Hohl, Brian, "Brian Hohl" (2019). UCF Research and Mentoring Program Scholars. 98.