I am presently working to understand and model neural control of the musculoskeletal system.
In particular, I am very interested in understanding how the human brain models
musculoskeletal geometry and dynamics.
My research spans humanoid robot control theory, biomechanics, fMRI, and theoretical neuroscience.
sUtil: Standard Utilities. Some random but useful C++ code. stl-style indexed data structures, dynamic typing, template singletons and callback handlers.
sMRIUtil: Standard MRI Utilities. Some random but useful scripts and code that I use for fMRI experiments and analysis. Also has some tidbits of information for new fMRI users.
scl: The Standard Control Library. A control and simulation framework for robots and human biomechanical models. Includes operational space and joint space control libraries, multi-task null space projections for controllers, and support for physical actuator and sensor models. (In the works, contact me if you'd like more details).
 Menon. S, Brantner. G, Aholt. C, Kay. K, Khatib. O, “Haptic fMRI : Combining Functional Neuroimaging
with Haptics for Studying the Brain's Motor Contro Representation”,
35th Annual Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2013
 Menon. S, Khatib. O, “Controlling Biomechanical Models To Move Like Human Do”,
Biomechanical Engineering Conference at Stanford, 2011 [pdf]
 Demircan. E, Besier. T, Menon. S, Khatib. O, “Human Motion Reconstruction And Synthesis of
Advances in Robot Kinematics, 2010 [pdf]