Auburn University Biomechanical Engineering Lab

Welcome to the Auburn University Biomechanical Engineering (AUBE) Laboratory!

AUBE lab setup, personnel, and equipment 

Located in Wiggins Hall, home to the Mechanical Engineering Department in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, the AUBE Lab is a state-of-the-art Biomechanics lab that focuses on human performance and injury prevention. Founded in 2016, the AUBE Lab has a fully functioning Vicon motion capture system, two AMTI ground-embedded force platforms, two Raise 3D FDM printers, Delsys Trigno IMU/EMG sensors, a Creaform 3D scanner, Tekscan pressure sensors, and many other types of technology to perform research in all areas of Biomechanics. The AUBE Lab aims to identify, study, and help solve complex biomechanical problems in fields such as ACL injury prevention, exoskeleton technology, prosthetics and orthotics, and many others. We are glad you have chosen to visit the AUBE Lab website!

If you have any questions or would like to collaborate, or are interested in joining the lab please reach out to our lab director, Dr. Michael Zabala at


Aubie with the AUBE Lab



Last Updated: 10/2/20 1:27 PM