Jesse Cornman of PSYONIC Discusses the Future of the Startup’s Technology

Category : EnterpriseWorks
Posted on: August 29, 2017

Jesse Cornman, Senior Robotics Engineeer at EnterpriseWorks startup PSYONIC, sits down with The News-Gazette to talk about the production of their prosthetic limbs. PSYONIC came to EnterpriseWorks as part of the iVenture Accelerator Team in 2015, and has also won prizes at the Cozad New Venture Competition and the 2016 Illinois Innovation Prize.

Jesse tells The News-Gazette that PSYONIC has some new projects coming up, including, “a powered wrist and improvements on the hand that will male the grip stronger and faster.”  In terms of being both an engineer and an entrepreneur, Jesse explains that, “I really like that I’m not getting pigeonholded into one particular role; since we have a small, highlu focused team I end up working on a lot of very different projects, and I have a lot of creative freedom in terms of how I can approach a problem.”

To learn more about Jesse and PSYONIC, read the full article on The News-Gazette.