Ben has extensive experience of 3D motion and force analysis in the lower and upper limbs. His work is now focused on the free-living context, measuring physical activity and sedentary behaviour with miniaturised body worn sensors.
Current projects include the investigation of physical activity of children (EPSRC) and people undergoing hip replacement, also tremor in multiple sclerosis (MS Society).
Ben Stansfield’s research interests are:
Activity monitoring – development of methods in the field of activity monitoring
Motion and force analysis – characterisation of human movement, cause and effect