Jeremy Fishel is the CTO and co-founder of SynTouch, which manufactures biomimetic tactile sensors and provides solutions for quantifying touch. Jeremy received his PhD from the University of Southern California (’12) for his work on fluid-based tactile vibration sensing and the development of Bayesian exploration, which formed the foundation for SynTouch’s tactile evaluation technology. He has been recognized by Popular Mechanics as one of the 2013 Innovators of the year and accepted as a delegate of the Academy of Achievement under the personal recommendation of General David Petraeus. Under his technical leadership, SynTouch has been recognized as a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum, an RBR50 company by the Robotics Business Review, and has established a growing list of blue-chip customers adopting SynTouch’s technology. Jeremy’s professional interests are in pioneering applications of robotic dexterity and perception using the sense of touch.