Professor, pro-vice-chancellor, head of subject in biomechanics
Phone: +46 8-120 53 739
Visiting address: Lidingövägen 1
Belongs to: Department of Physiology, Nutrition and Biomechanics, Section for Laboratories
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Biomechanics, movement theory.
Exploration of non-uniform elongation and strain in the Achilles tendon and development of methods to measure this.
Muscle and tendon force transfer and its impact on sports injuries and performance.
The biomechanics of the foot, with a particular focus on internal movement between foot segments and how this is affected by shoes.
Muscle and tendon function in cycling.
Invasive Techniques for Studying Foot and Ankle Kinematics2023
- Arne Lundberg,
- Anton Arndt
Insights into the energy returning properties of 'super shoes' from a novel, highly accurate, biplanar videoradiography dataset2023
- Quinn Yetman,
- Anton Arndt,
- Michael Rainbow
The past, present and future of footwear biomechanics2023
- Toni Arndt,
- Wolfgang Potthast
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Undergraduate studies in New Zealand. Defended his doctoral thesis at the Sporthochschule in Cologne, Germany with a thesis on asymmetric loading in the Achilles tendon. Was previously a research assistant at GIH in the research group Biomechanics and Motor Control.
President elect of the International Footwear Biomechanics Group affiliated to the International Society of Biomechanics External link. (ISB)
I am also employed as Senior Lecturer in Biomechanics and Program Director at the Podiatry Program at Karolinska Institutet.
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Professor in Sport Science