Human motor control (HMC)

Human Motor Control(Norwegian: Menneskelig bevegelse og motorisk kontroll) is a formalized network for research on human motor control and movement from a health perspective.


To make Trondheim a nationally leading and internationally significant research community in human motor control and movement, and to contribute to higher quality in the health sector by developing and applying better and more objective instruments and methods for diagnostics, monitoring, modelling and analysis of movement.


The network includes participants from communities in clinical medicine, basic movement science and technology at NTNU, St. Olavs Hospital, SINTEF, and Sør-Trøndelag University College (HiST). The network is open to all groups with research interests in motor control and movement in Trondheim.

  • NTNU

    • The Faculty of medicine
      • Department of Neuroscience
      • Department of Laboratory Medicine; Children's and Women's Health
      • Department of Public Health and General Practice
      • and associated departments at St. Olav's Hospital.
    • Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management
      • Department of Human Movement Science
      • Department of Psychology 
    • Faculty of Information Technology, Mathematics and Electrical Engineering
      • Department of Engineering Cybernetics

    • Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
      • Applied Cybernetics
  • Sør-TrøndelagUniversity College(HiST)

    • Schoolof HealthEducation and Social Work (AHS), Physiotherapy
    •  Faculty of Informatics and e-Learning (AITeL)