Materials Science and Engineering
Is it possible to create a world where the thoughts in our minds are not locked up in our brains?
MS ’81, PhD ’85
I was in Mission Control during the Columbia disaster in 2003.
We met a patient the other day who was about 3 years old.
During my junior year in college, I met a few people who had been diagnosed with HIV. I was inspired by...
Aeronautics and Astronautics
As a child, I loved watching planes and visiting busy airports.
One evening, last summer, I sat by a small fire along with about 20 high school girls from around the...
the Rajeev Motwani Professor in Computer Science
A computer scientist teaching a theater class is a bit unusual, I’ll grant you that. But is it so...
Professor of Bioengineering and of Electrical Engineering
Bioengineering, Electrical Engineering
My first computer was essentially a glorified electronic calculator that could run BASIC programs.
I didn’t study engineering in college.
MS ’19, Electrical Engineering; PhD Candidate, Applied Physics
I went to preschool at NASA because my parents work at Ames Research Center.
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