Cameron Taylor

Biomechatronics
  • Research Assistant

Cameron started and finished an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering with the intent of pressing forward the development of neural-interfaced prosthetics. Graduating from Brigham Young University in April of 2014, where his focuses included electromagnetics, control theory, robotic vision and digital signal processing, he joined the Biomechatronics Group at MIT’s Media Lab to continue that pursuit. For his Master's thesis he created an electric motor optimization algorithm for implementation in a powered ankle foot prosthesis. He is now working in the Media Lab towards completion of a PhD in the Biomechatronics Group, where his research concentrates on developing radically new neural interfacing technologies. Cameron’s strength in his work and studies comes from his faith and his desire to develop technologies that will enable others to more fully fulfill their potential.

Cameron started and finished an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering with the intent of pressing forward the development of neural-interfaced prosthetics. Graduating from Brigham Young University in April of 2014, where his focuses included electromagnetics, control theory, robotic vision and digital signal processing, he joined the Biomechatronics Group at MIT’s Media Lab to continue that pursuit. For his Master's thesis he created an electric motor optimization algorithm for implementation in a powered ankle foot prosthesis. He is now working in the Media Lab towards completion of a PhD in the Biomechatronics Group, where his research concentrates on developing radically new neural interfacing technologies. Cameron’s strength in his work and studies comes from his faith and his desire to develop technologies that will enable others to more fully fulfill their potential.