Find out who is speaking at the Movella DOT Developers Conference 2023:
Dr. Thomas Nikodelis
Thomas Nikodelis, Ph.D., is a renowned expert in Physical Education and sports sciences, specializing in swimming biomechanics. With extensive experience in gait analysis for disabled children, he has also coached elite swimmers on the Greek national team. Currently, he serves as Research Staff at the Biomechanics Lab of Aristotle University and works as an R&D scientist at K-invent.
Daniel Iordanov is a biomedical engineer specializing in biomechanics and ergonomics. He leads the R&D department at Biomech, and has five years of experience in R&D projects. Daniel has worked at the Biomechanics Institute in Valencia and teaches Biomechanics Data Analysis at CEU San Pablo University's Master of Sports Biomechanics program.
Nick Buckley is a physiotherapist and PhD student specializing in pediatric disability. His research focuses on body shape distortion in individuals with severe physical disabilities, particularly during sleep. He is developing and validating an assessment of sleep biomechanics to understand the impact on body shape development, specifically in children and adolescents with and without cerebral palsy.
Mike is a solutions architect and software engineer with a keen interest in Biomechanics and human movement. He has worked in a diverse set of roles, from commercial to the delivery and support of complex software solutions. He is the founder of Right Step, a team of technologists based between the UK and Estonia, specializing in wearable technology, data analytics and enterprise software.