Adam Lammert
50 Prescott 4812
Affiliated Department or Office
PhD Computer Science University of Southern California 2014
MS Computer Science North Carolina State University 2006
AB Cognitive Science Vassar College 2004

Dr. Adam C. Lammert joined the Department of Biomedical Engineering in August of 2019 in the area of Neuroengineering, and as part of the Neuroscience Initiative at WPI. His research is focused on neural control of human movement, with the complementary aims of understanding the neural mechanisms of sensorimotor control and finding meaningful patterns in movements as a window into the brain and brain health. Work in this area involves the development of novel devices and signal processing algorithms for quantification of human behavior, as well as computational models of cognitive and sensorimotor mechanisms. Professor Lammert's interests are highly interdisciplinary, involving collaborations with individuals in neuroscience, biomechanics, artificial intelligence and linguistics, as well as clinical domain experts in speech pathology and rehabilitation science.

Scholarly Work

Professional Highlights & Honors
Acoustical Society of America