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Thomas Sugar

Professor and Associate Dean for The Honors College at Arizona State University Polytechnic School

Thomas Sugar is the Associate Dean for The Honors College at Arizona State University Polytechnic since 2019. He is a professor and the graduate program chair for engineering and manufacturing engineering in the Polytechnic School at ASU. He works in the areas of  wearable robotics to improve worker wellness and improve the quality of life. His research interests include robotics, wearable robotics, prosthetics, and exoskeletons

Sugar is also the co-founder and director of the Wearable Robotics Association.

He majored in business and mechanical engineering for his bachelor's degrees and mechanical engineering for his doctoral degree all from the University of Pennsylvania.

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See also: Academia Arizona State University (ASU) - Public Research university.

Thomas Sugar News

Advances in exoskeletons can help prevent workplace injuries soon

Safety and Health magazine - 23-Sep-2018

Industrial exoskeletons to lower physical workload and improve quality of worker's life

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