Taylor Tabb.

Big fan of calculus, robots, and the outdoors.

I’m also M.S./B.S. student in Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. Los Angeles is home, Pittsburgh is where I’m at now.

I like exploring hardware and interaction, and how people interface with the devices and experiences we build. I think a lot about how we can apply the toolkit of engineering in unexpected ways— especially how engineered materials can further new interaction modes and experiences.

I’ve been a Teaching Assistant in The College of Engineering, a research assistant in The Morphing Matter Lab, and former Intern at Mattel and Deeplocal. Beyond that, I'm a tourguide, an improviser, an avid hiker and backpacker, traveler, photographer, member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, and occasionally a triathlete. I'm a person who cares a whole lot about the communities of which I'm a part.

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