Travis Deyle has a PhD from Georgia Tech's Healthcare Robotics Lab. Subsequently he was a NSF/CRA Computing Innovation (CI) Postdoc Fellow at Duke University where he worked on cutting-edge, wireless backscatter sensing systems (wireless power harvesting and comms) to capture high-fidelity neural signals from a dragonfly in flight (aka, a "cyborg dragonfly"). He has published extensively in robotics
, and he is fascinated by novel sensor and actuator technologies, robotics, wireless power and communication, and ubiquitous computing.
Travis also runs the prominent robotics blog, Hizook.com
. He can be reached via TravisDeyle.com
(Fun fact: Travis recently took a temporary hiatus from robotics to pursue a venture-funded women's fashion startup, Lollipuff.com
. He swears he'll circle back to robotics and sensing soon enough.)