Lights, camera, ACTIN!

Teaching videos are now available on the "Biomechanics of Movement" channel on YouTube.

Welcome to the classroom! This is a companion site for Biomechanics of Movement: The Science of Sports, Robotics, and Rehabilitation. Here you will find lectures, homework problems, and contributions from the biomechanics community. Additional resources can be found at https://biomech.stanford.edu/.

The material on this site has been developed and maintained by a large community of biomechanics enthusiasts, including those listed below. Please let us know if you would like to contribute lecture materials, homework problems, project ideas, or other resources, and we will work with you to share and promote your contributions. If you have already contributed, and we have not given you proper credit, please let us know and we will update the credits. If you are an instructor, please contact us to request an instructor login with access to view the homework solutions and other instructor resources. Let's keep moving!

Thank you to all the contributors:

  • Nick Bianco
  • Melissa Boswell
  • Sarah Breen
  • Diane Bush
  • David Delp
  • Scott Delp
  • B.J. Fregly
  • Reed Gurchiek
  • Jennifer Hicks
  • Rachel Jackson
  • Łukasz Kidziński
  • Joy Ku
  • Henry Kwong
  • Julie Muccini
  • Dan Mulla
  • Tobias Munk
  • Hannah O'Day
  • Carmichael Ong
  • Markus Pandy
  • Apoorva Rajagopal
  • Kate Saul
  • Kirsten Seagers
  • Ajay Seth
  • Rob Siston
  • Dana Solav
  • Kat Steele
  • Jon Stingel
  • Jacqueline Tran
  • Thomas Uchida
  • Scott Uhlrich
  • Cara Welker
  • Felix Zajac