Jordan Andersen recently completed his PhD at the University of Sydney, Australia. Jordan conducts research in Bio-mechanics, Sports Performance, and Motor Control. For his doctoral thesis, he investigated the demands on the torso muscles in freestyle swimming by analyzing underwater electromyography and kinematic data he collected from regional and national level swimmers at the University of Porto, Portugal. Jordan was awarded the 2018 Student Mini Research Grant from the International Society of Bio-mechanics in Sport for his work in Portugal. His current interests include the use of neural networks in bio-mechanical analysis and improvements in 3D modelling of human movement. Jordan is the Manager of the Sydney Bio-mechanics Laboratory at the University of Sydney.