Speaker

David A. Duarte-Dyck, [node:field-degrees]

Student
  • Engineering at Montemorelos University
David A. Duarte-Dyck computer systems engineering student currently working on the development of the ETMASD software. This multipurpose skeletal-data-analysing program focuses on detecting problems and tracking the development of patients undergoing physical therapy. It enables a complete real time, free-moving, and easily adaptable way of diagnosing and treating a patient during the whole process of rehabilitation.