Prof. Redha Taiar, Ph.D. Biomechanics now is a Professor at the University of Reims Champaign France. Head of the European Master of Biomechanics, Ergonomics and Clinical Research. Head of the University diploma of Podiatrics. Head of the University diploma of Ergonomics. Project manager in Middle East and Latin America. He is also head of the laboratory of Biomechanics at the University of Reims, vice head of department of Sport Science. Head of RTBE (redha Taiar Biomechanical Engineering) Society developed for Sport and medical advice for industry. Vice head of the congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Society (SOFMER) from October 2013 in Reims city. His researches focus on the industry engineering for medicine and high level sport. He is engineer for different industries like Arena for the high level sport and Sidas, Medicapteur for the medical development. For industry workers his last work was for the Notrax society Conception and validation of anti-fatigue mats. For sport his last works focus on the development of swimsuit for triathlon and swimming for Brazil Olympic Games (2016) and the suit fabrics for skiing Olympic Games at Sotchi in 2014. He is a specialist on Biomechanics of health disease and rehabilitation. Editorial Board of Series on Biomechanics Journal. Required as Reviewer for journal of Biomechanics, Journal of Human Movement Science, International Journal of Sports Medicine, The Sport Technology journal Journal of applied Biomechanics. Different patents in his activities like: Development of the new kind of the knee rehabilitation tools for the high level athletes and pathological subjects, The conception of the new shoe for the high level athletes and pathological subjects.
Fluid mechanics analysis, Finite elements analysis, Stress analysis, Rehabilitation Bioengineering Research validation for industry Gait analysis, Biomechanical modeling, Biomaterials, Posturography, Mechanical loads acting on the skeletal system during physical exercise, Clinical applications of movement analysis