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Cale Stolle
Cale Stolle BS, MS, PHD
Assistant Professor
Engineering and Physics
College of Arts and Sciences
Crete
LI237
402.826.8108

About

Education:

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2011
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2013
Ph.D. in Engineering (Biomedical Engineering), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2016

Areas of Interest:

    Courses Taught:
Introduction to Engineering & Physics, General Physics, Fundamentals of Engineering Design, Introduction to Electronic and Electrical Circuits, Engineering Dynamics, Introduction to Control Systems, and Advanced Control Systems 
  Research Interests:     
Some of my research interests include:
  • Prosthetics design and analysis
  • Workplace and biomedical co-robots
  • Rehabilitation equipment design
  • Gait analysis and replication
  • Robotic control systems