Dr. Joshi received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi and a postdoctoral from University of Oregon, USA in Human Physiology. He also worked at National University of Singapore, Singapore and Newcastle University, UK before joining IIT Delhi as a faculty. He has a technology transfer and a granted US patent to his credit. He is a passionate teacher and has received Teaching Excellence Award at IIT Delhi in the year 2017. He was also awarded the membership of American Association of Advancement in Sciences in the year 2014. Dr. Joshi’s current research work combines experimental and computational techniques to understand the neural correlates during walking and balancing for the diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders and for the development of assistive devices for stroke survivors, amputees, elderly population, and Parkinson’s patients. His research laboratory is primarily funded by Department of Science and Technology, Indian Council of Medical Research, Government of India.
Areas of Interest:
Brain-Computer Interface (BCI), Development of Intelligent Prosthesis, Signal Processing and Machine Learning for Neuroprostheses, Neuromusculoskeletal modeling.