My research as a post-doctoral instructor and researcher at Caltech focuses on brain-machine interface technology for applications such as neural prosthetics. I am currently developing a novel "smart" neural recording device with movable electrodes.

My graduate work at Stanford included research into haptic technology, novel manufacturing techniques, and biomimetic robots. I developed with colleagues the Sprawl family of robots, some of the fastest and most robust running hexapods ever constructed. My thesis focused on stability and performance in open-loop running.