I’m Ted, PhD student, been in since Fall ‘06. I put the EE back in EECS. And I was born to blog. Native New Yorker, but grew up in the ‘burbs of the City (Croton-on-Hudson, NY), so I say, “Hi,” to everyone I see on the sidewalk, which weirds most people out around here. Things that I enjoy doing when not in the lab: soccer, teaching (you should totally check out http://meet.csail.mit.edu for more on this!), pinching free food from international events, dancing like Zorba, etc. (eating and sleeping get in there somewhere…). I’ve got a great family on both U.S. coasts and both sides of the Atlantic. And I am, in fact, a Mets fan. So I get a lot of sympathy for that.
If you read any of my posts, try to keep in mind that, deep down, I really like MIT and Beantown. Honest!
Vitals: B.S. in EE, B.S. in Mech. E. from RPI (both 2006), completed my masters in the Electrochemical Energy Laboratory working on electrocatalysis research with fuel cell applications. I now work on the Alcator C-Mod tokamak in the Plasma Science and Fusion Center.
Favorite Place to Walk: Harvard Bridge ‘round sunset.
P.S. How’s my moustache?