Naphtaly Ehrenberg, PhD

Naphtaly Ehrenberg is a research engineer (II) in the Center for Mobility and Rehabilitation Engineering Research Lab at Kessler Foundation. He is also a contributing member of the Acquired Brain Injury Mobility and Balance Assessment and Training Laboratories.

Naphtaly received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in Biomechanics from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), where he also received his BS and MS degrees. While studying at NJIT, Naphtaly became the editor-in-chief of the Albert Dorman Honors College annual technology publication “Technology Observer,” was inducted into Tau Beta Pi, the Engineering Honors Society, and served as a research assistant in the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center and a teaching assistant for the department’s Biomechanics Laboratory course.

Motion Capture
MATLAB Programming
PhD – Doctor of Philosophy; Biomedical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology
MS - Biomedical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology
BS - Biomedical Engineering (Biomechanics), New Jersey Institute of Technology
Research Interests

Naphtaly has worked on projects investigating aspects of wheelchair propulsion, gait biofeedback, functional electrical stimulation for foot drop, and exoskeleton use after brain injury. These projects and his prior academic work have allowed Naphtaly to develop and improve his expertise in optical motion capture, MATLAB programming, and biomechanics.


View a more comprehensive listing of publications for Naphtaly Ehrenberg on ResearchGate.