Dr Toh Yen Pang

School of Engineering

Dr Toh Yen Pang uses computer technology to solve biomechanical problems such as injury prevention and sports equipment performance. His expertise is inspiring the next generation of engineers. He is the program manager for the Master of Engineering (Computer Aided Engineering and Design), and teaches computer aided design and finite element analysis across a range of degree and postgraduate programs. His research focuses on sports equipment design and testing, computer aided engineering, mechanical systems design, and virtual engineering design and design optimisation.

#Injury&ImpactBiomechanics; Biomechanical Modelling

#Analysis; Design and Optimization, Safety, Testing of sports Equipment

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