About Me

I have been developing medical exoskeletons since 2007 when I joined the Human Engineering Lab at the University of California, Berkeley. I was one of the original developers of the exoskeleton originally known as eLEGS (now Ekso) am currently a Principal Controls Engineer at Ekso Bionics where I focus on developing the next generation of rehabilitation focused exoskeletons. My areas of interest are controls systems, human machine interfaces, and usability.

I try to share my passion for the field by presenting at conferences, guest lecturing in courses, teaching a course on Robots for Rehabilitation, and through this blog.

I am an employee of Ekso Bionics, but the ideas and opinions expressed here are my own.