Mark Simonlehner MSc

  • Junior Researcher Institute of Health Sciences
  • Department of Health Sciences
Location: B - Campus-Platz 1
P: +43/2742/313 228 578

Study programmes

  • Physiotherapy (BA)


  • Health Sciences

Short profile

  • 2017-Today: Master program: Health- and rehabilitation technology
  • 2013-2017: Bachelor program: Biomedical Engineering
  • 2010-2011: Carpenter
  • 2004-2009: Holztechnikum Kuchl



Horsak, B., Prock, K., Krondorfer, P., Siragy, T., Simonlehner, M., & Dumphart, B. (2024). Inter-trial variability is higher in 3D markerless compared to marker-based motion capture: Implications for data post-processing and analysis. Journal of Biomechanics, 112049.
Horsak, B., Simonlehner, M., Dumphart, B., & Siragy, T. (2023). Overground walking while using a virtual reality head mounted display increases variability in trunk kinematics and reduces dynamic balance in young adults. Virtual Reality.
Zulkarnain, A. H. B., Totorean, A., Gere, A., Cruz, E., Horsak, B., Lancere, L., Schöffer, L., Simonlehner, M., Crișan-Vida, M., Fernandes, R., & Sterckx, Y. (2022). Development of a social inclusive immersive virtual reality exergame to promote physical activity. Book of Proceedings FOODCONF. Fourth International Conference on Food Science and Technology, Budapest, Hungary.
Horsak, B., Simonlehner, M., Schöffer, L., Dumphart, B., Jalaeefar, A., Husinsky, M., & Siragy, T. (2022). Walking overground in a room-scale Virtual Reality Environment: a motor control perspective. 9th World Congress of Biomechanics, Taipei, Taiwan.
Horsak, B., Simonlehner, M., Schöffer, L., Dumphart, B., Jalaeefar, A., & Husinsky, M. (2021). Overground Walking in a Fully Immersive Virtual Reality: A Comprehensive Study on the Effects on Full-Body Walking Biomechanics. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 9, 1236.