Dr. Cameron Taylor served as the project lead for magnetomicrometry at the K. Lisa Yang Center for bionics at MIT from 2017-2023. During his doctorate at MIT, he worked with Dr. Hugh Herr to develop magnetomicrometry, a clinically-viable technology for real-time muscle fascicle state tracking. Dr. Taylor's interdisciplinary expertise in neural interfacing, electromagnetics, and algorithm development has allowed him to work with a diverse set of collaborators on projects ranging from radar sensing on the international space station, to transverse flux motor optimization, to sensor fusion for low-time-delay magnetic bead tracking. His long-term commitment to research is to restore human ability — in particular, by alleviating movement disabilities associated with amputation, muscle weakness, and neural damage or disease.
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