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TR35 - Ken Endo

Sony Computer Science Laboratories
Associate Researcher

Ken Endo is an associate researcher at Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. focusing on human physical augmentation with robotic technology. In 2005, He started to work on human biomechanics and development of transtibial prosthesis at Biomechatronics group, MIT Media Lab, and obtained Ph.D in 2012. He is also in charge of a course, Developing World Prosthetics to develop orthopedic devices for developing countries as an instructor of MIT D-lab. He is currently preparing to launch a non-profit, D-Leg to disseminate orthopedic solutions to people in developing countries as well as developed countries.