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Elliott Rouse

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering , University of Michigan

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Elliott Rouse is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and a Core Faculty Member in the Robotics Institute at the University of Michigan. He directs the Neurobionics Lab, whose vision is to reverse engineer how the human nervous system controls locomotion, and use this information to develop better assistive technologies. He is a member of the IEEE EMBS Technical Committee on Biorobotics and a recipient of the 2018 NSF CAREER Award. Elliott received the BS degree in mechanical engineering from The Ohio State University and the PhD degree in biomedical engineering from Northwestern University. Subsequently, he joined the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a Postdoctoral Fellow, working with the Biomechatronics Group in the MIT Media Lab. Elliott and his research have been featured at TED, on the Discovery Channel, CNN, National Public Radio, Wired Magazine UK, and Business Insider.