Kyle Stone joined the Biomechanics Research department as a Research Engineer in June 2013. His main areas of research include the development of knee computational models, experimental robotics, and the further improvement of an in vivo knee tester device. During his undergraduate education at Binghamton University, Kyle worked with a team of fellow mechanical engineers to build a lightweight vehicle (108 lbs.) to participate in the SAE Supermileage competition. During this time he developed skills in computational modeling and FEA analysis. During his graduate education at Binghamton University, Kyle switched his focus to biomechanics. He progressed the development of a non-invasive technique to measure absolute muscle force, by the use of vibromyography. Kyle graduated from Binghamton University in 2010 with a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering and in 2013 with a Masters of Science in Biomedical Engineering.