Bioengineer and Movement analysis in rehabilitation.
Dr. Esser has completed his PhD in 2010 by measuring gait patterns of clinical conditions in high detail, whilst bridging the gap between engineering approaches and clinical terminology and interpretation.
Currently, Dr. Esser is involved in numerous device development research projects as well as acting module leader on dissertation modules introducing clinicians to the field of multidisciplinary research applied to clinical conditions.
He finished his PhD in 2011 with his doctoral thesis entitled “The use of inertial measurements for determination of gait temporospatial measurements”.
His research interests lie within the broad field of Biomechanics. His special interest lies within movement analysis in (non-) neurological conditions.