Mr Robert Stokes' role comprises complex electronic instrumentation design for postgraduate and postdoctoral data collection and lab management of Biomechanics and MLSP.
Robert assists with experimental design for Postgraduate research students and fellows.
Refereed conference papers
Gomory, J., Ball, K., Stokes, R., & Cucsa, S. (2011). Stationary versus dynamic dragon boat paddling. In, Abstracts of 8th Australasian Biomechanics Conference. Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
A system to measure the kinematics, kinetics and effort of dragon boat paddling. Original Research Article: Procedia Engineering, Volume 13, 2011, Pages 457-463, Joseph Gomory, Kevin Ball, Robert Stokes
Hassan R, Begg RK, Stokes R & Khondoker A (2006) Automated recognition of human movement states using body acceleration signals. In proceedings of Second ICINCO - International Workshop on Bio-signal processing and Classification, August 1-5, 2006, Setubal, Portugal.
Begg RK, Lai, DTH, Stokes R (2007) Smart Shoe Sensor Project. Presented at 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Netweorks and Information Processing ISSNIP 2007.
Victoria University Sport and Exercise Science Conference 2011. Breathing pattern, heart rate and kinetics of stationary dragon boat paddling Joseph Gomory, Kevin Ball and Robert Stokes.
- Member of Health and Exercise Science Technologists Association
CSIRO Division of Fisheries and Oceanography
- Associate of Institute of Sport, Exercise and Active Living (ISEAL)
Areas of expertise
- Data telementry and data acquisition