Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Kat Steele

Currently accepting graduate students

Dynamics and control of human movement
Improving movement for individuals with neurologic injuries
Orthoses and exoskeletons
Electromyography and biofeedback training

Integrating dynamic simulation, motion analysis, medical imaging, and device design to improve quality of life for individuals with neurologic disorders.
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 2012
BS Engineering, Colorado School of Mines
MS/PhD Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University