Colin Korbisch
Graduate Student • Research Assistant
Mechanical Engineering

Research Interests

Colin's research interests include motor learning, adaptation, and control as well as the application of control principles and sensorimotor feedback to movement decision theory. He is also interested in understanding how movement decisions are made as individuals navigate through and explore unknown or uncertain environments. Ultimately, he wishes to apply those principles for bettering human-robotic interfaces in a variety of contexts, including powered-prosthetics, orthotics, and rehabilitation interventions.


Masters of Science, Integrative Physiology, University of Colorado Boulder, 2020

Bachelors of Science, Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Tech, 2013


CC Korbisch, DR Apuan, and AA Ahmed, Saccade vigor reflects utility in effort-based decisions. In prep