Principal Research Scientist
Jeremy is a Principal Research Scientist in the Simulation, Optimization & Systems Group at Autodesk Research in Toronto. He is currently leveraging his expertise in ergonomics and the health and movement sciences to explore and develop human-centric metrics for analyzing and designing spaces that promote health and well-being. Previous projects include incorporating virus transmission models with occupancy simulation, exploring generative design of office spaces to minimize the likelihood of pathogen transmission, biomechanics-based tracking for human action recognition and behaviour analysis, and computational and biomechanical modelling of human musculoskeletal anatomy.
Prior to joining the Autodesk Research team, Jeremy was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (now Shirley Ryan AbilityLab), where he implemented experimental techniques, sensors, and musculoskeletal modelling to study orthopaedic surgeries used to restore voluntary arm and hand function following spinal cord injury.
Generative design for COVID-19 and future pathogens using stochastic multi-agent simulation
Proposing a generative design workflow that integrates a stochastic…
COVID-19 Facility Planning and Analysis: Designing a Multi-Agent Occupant Simulation System
The COVID-19 pandemic changed our lives, forcing us to reconsider our…
Development of an Architecturally Comprehensive Database of Forearm Flexors and Extensors from a Single Cadaveric Specimen
Technology has markedly improved the data that are used to generate…
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