Kim is a Ph.D. student at the University of Michigan with a B.E. in Biomedical Engineering from Vanderbilt University. She is interested in controls, optimization, and biomechanics, specifically applied to rehabilitation robotics.
Ingraham, K. A. , Fey, N. P., Simon, A. M. and Hargrove, L. J., 2016, "Assessing the Relative Contributions of Active Ankle and Knee Assistance to the Walking Mechanics of Transfemoral Amputees Using a Powered Prosthesis", PLOS ONE, 11(1):e0147661 [URL]
Ingraham, K.A., Ferris, D.P., and Remy, C.D., 2016, "Influence of Uncertainty in Metabolic Dynamic Time Constant on Instantaneous Cost Mapping Techniques", Dynamic Walking [preprint]
Ingraham, K. A. , Smith, L. H., Simon, A. M. and Hargrove, L. J., 2015, "Nonlinear Mappings between Discrete and Simultaneous Motions to Decrease Training Burden of Simultaneous Pattern Recognition Myoelectric Control", 37th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC) [preprint] [URL]
Ingraham, K. A. , Fey, N. P., Simon, A. M. and Hargrove, L. J., 2014, "Contributions of Knee Swing Initiation and Ankle Plantar Flexion to the Walking Mechanics of Amputees using a Powered Prosthesis", International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC) [URL]
Our team: (Top row left to right) Zhenyu Gan, Wyatt Felt, Kim Ingraham, Nils Smit-Anseeuw, Katelyn Fry, Rodney Gleason, Khai Yi Chin. (Bottom row left to right) Pascal Knecht, Kevin Green, C. David Remy, Yevgeniy Yesilevskiy, Jeff Koller