I am a research scientist at the MIT Media Lab’s Biomechatronics group where I lead the Computational Biomechanics research track. My current research is focused on developing novel computational methods for automated and data-driven design of prosthetic interfaces (see also Moerman et al. preprint).
As part of my research I maintain the open source project GIBBON which is a toolbox for computational (bio)mechanics.
Left: Schematic flow of socket design framework. Right: Animation showing morphing of a prosthetic socket design around a virtual limb
Kevin currently lives in Newton, MA, USA, with his wife and two sons.
Enjoying a snowy day in Boston with my wife Elizabeth Moloney, and two sons Isaac and Noah