Biomechatronics, Assistive Devices, Gait Engineering, and Rehabilitation Laboratory

Evan Glanzer

UW BADGER Lab Member: Sept. 2016 – June 2018
M.S. – Mechanical Engineering, University of WIsconsin-Madison (2018)
B.S. – Mechanical Engineering, South Dakota State University (2015)

evanglanzercolorIn the BADGER Lab, Evan is worked on a variable stiffness prosthetic foot to investigate the impacts of varying stiffness on amputee ambulation. His broader research interests are in the development and testing of mechatronic prostheses to help better the movement and abilities of amputees.

During his Masters program, Evan interned at Medtronic. During his undergraduate career, he was involved in research on a robotic arm for 3D printing, the Aerodynamic Team Lead for the SDSU FSAE Team, and interned at Daktronics.

In his free time, Evan enjoys cycling, hiking, reading, and cooking.

After graduating from Wisconsin with his Masters Degree and concluding his work in the UW BADGER Lab, Evan went to Milwaukee Tool to work as a Product Development Engineer.