Will Durfee




Professor and Director of Design Education in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Minnesota.


Ph.D., 1985, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Thesis: "Task Control with an Electrically Stimulated Antagonist Muscle Pair" Advisor: Dr. Michael J. Rosen.

MSME, 1981, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA, Department of MechanicalEngineering. Thesis: "Functional Muscle Recruitment by Electrical Stimulation of Afferent Nerves".

A.B., 1976, Harvard University, Cambridge MA, Division of Engineering and Applied Physics.

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