Leng-Feng's Homepage

Leng-Feng Lee
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Locomotion Research Group)
Dept. of Kinesiology, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Email: lengfenglee(at)kin.umass.edu
Website: http://people.umass.edu/lengfeng/

Welcome !
You can call me 'Lee', or 'Leng-Feng'. Here you can find out more about my research work and my teaching activities.

You can also visit my YouTube channel (research activities): YouTube.

About Me:

I am currently (since Jan. '11) a Post-doc with the Locomotion Research Group in the Dept. of Kinesiology, University of Massachesetts Amherst. I work with Dr. Brian Umberger (& collaboration with researchers at Stony Brooks University) to study morphological and energetic factors in the evolution of human locomotion.

I obtained my B.S.('03), M.S.('05), and Ph.D. ('11) in Mechanical Engineering from UNIVERSITY at BUFFALO (UB), The State University of New York. My advisor is Dr. Krovi. Before I joined the Ph.D. program, I am a Project Engineer with SmartPill Corporation, a company in downtown buffalo.

My research involves several inter-related areas:
- Musculoskeletal Modeling and Analysis of Biped Locomotion, exoskeleton system;
- Musculoskeletal Analysis based Optimization of Rehabilitation Programs Refinement.
- Analysis and Design Optimization of In-Parallel Haptic Devices;
- Motion Planning for Multi-robot Collective using Artificial Potential Field Method;

I enjoyed teaching. From Spring '07, till Fall '10 (including Summer in '07 and '08, minus Fall '07), I was given the oppotunity to teach a junior level course in the department - "MAE377: Product Design in CAD Environment". In Fall 2010, I also teach a senior/grad level class - "MAE477/577: CAD Applications". You can find out more about these efforts in 'Teaching' page.


You can navigate around this site by clicking on the menu at the left. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Disclaimer: This website is created entirely by writing html script on notepad, which is also a great excuse for any spelling mistakes you may have found here.

last update: 16 Jan 2014.