Ph.D. Student, Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (2017 – Present)
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland-Baltimore County (2017)
Jordyn is keen on better understanding the human-machine interface, particularly implications of ‘real world’ exoskeleton adoption. She hopes that her work will lead to better informed device design and control that translates to practical use in daily living, as well as aids clinicians to develop patient specific rehabilitation regimens. Jordyn is also interested in implications of exoskeleton use in older adults, both short and long term. In her free time, Jordyn loves cooking (and eating), watching sports, reading and bike riding.