The Rehabilitation Technology group was recently invited to present two of their ongoing projects at the annual meeting of the German society for movement analysis in St Pölten. André Böni, PhD student, presented his work on bridging the gap between data driven analytics of movement and empirical treatment decisions in different neurological disorders. For gait disorders, he applies machine learning approaches to combine intrinsic expert experience with precise data analytics in an explainable fashion. His research is part of StimuLOOP, a wide research consortium exploring disruptive, technology driven approaches to precision neurorehabilitation. Saskia Neumann, PhD student, presented her work on disentangling sensory contributions to fall risk in the aging population. This is part of a collaborative project with the Fall Prevention Center Switzerland and the Laboratory of Movement Biomechanics at ETH Zürich. From this buzzing conference, both return with new ideas, new collaborations, and new friends.