Biomechanics Laboratory

Understanding the functions and properties of organisms to develop technologies that are useful to people

The human body exerts force to move and maintain its structure and internal circulatory mechanisms. An injury, therefore, is a state in which a body part is damaged by external or internal force, rendering it unable to function. Tissue damage, on the other hand, can cause cardiovascular disease. Our laboratory is researching the mechanisms of injuries and diseases through mechanical studies of the physical strengths and limitations of human bodily functions. We are also developing new technologies to prevent injury and disease.
Engineering Science and Mechanics
Faculty Name
Academic Society
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc.
The Japanese Society for Fall Prevention
Peace of mind and safety, Medical engineering, Simulations, Medicine, Blood vessels, Traffic safety, Aging society, Elderly and disabled, Automobiles

Study Fields

Mechanical engineering, Medical bio-engineering, Sports and health science

For Society

To ensure people can live out their natural lifespans in good health, we are working to develop protectors and safety devices that prevent injury and facilitate exercise, in addition to simulation technologies to predict whether a person is likely to develop a disease.

Research Themes