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Maximilian Alexander Stasica

Maximilian Alexander Stasica

Maximilian Alexander Stasica
M. Sc. Psychology

S1|15 Room 45
Tel: +49-(0)6151-16-24134
e-Mail: maximilian_alexander.stasica@tu-darmstadt.de





Research interests

  • Human motor control
  • Balance & Gait adaptation
  • Stability and Variability of movements
  • Synchronization & Cooperation

Short CV

2020|11 Master's degree in Psychology at Technische Universität Darmstadt
2019|02 Bachelor's degree in Psychology at Technische Universität Darmstadt

Projects

HUMVIB - HUMan structure interaction and gait adaptation during locomotion on VIBrating structures

Publications

Stasica M., Zhao G., Fritzsche M., Schwinn G., Frankenstein J., & Seyfarth A. (2022). A setup for assessing the acceptance of vibrations to improve footbridge design. In footbridge2022, September, 2022, Madrid, ES.

Stasica M., Frankenstein J., Schwinn G., Zhao G., & Seyfarth A. (2022). Physical and psychological factors influencing the acceptance of vibrations on lightweight footbridges. In footbridge2022, September, 2022, Madrid, ES.

Stasica M., Puttke M., & Seyfarth A. (2022). Biomechanics in Arts of Dance: Didactics and aesthetics improved by 3D motion analysis. In 3dahm, July, 2022, Tokyo, JP.

Stasica M., Latsch B., Schäfer N., Kupnik M., & Seyfarth A. (2021). Sequential Auto-Imitation Learning Outperforms Feedback-Error Learning. In Human Movement Variability and Great Plains Biomechanics Conference, May, 2021, Omaha, NE, US.

Conferences

2022| footbridge 2022, Madrid, ES

2022| 3D-AHM 2022, Tokyo, JP

2021| Human Movement Variability and Great Plains Biomechanics Joint Conferences, Omaha, NE, US

Teaching

2022 (Summer) | Quantitative Forschungsmethoden

2022 (Summer) | Biomechanik

2022 (Summer) | Computergestützte Datenanalyse

2021|2022 (Winter) | Quantitative Forschungsmethoden

2019|2020 (Winter) | Experimentalpsychologisches Praktikum (Expra)

Previous work

Master's Thesis
Comparison of human motor control models and their application to robotics
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Bachelor's Thesis
Determination of a dynamic-haptic threshold by using a robot arm