Aeronautics and Astronautics
I’ve always had a lot of different interests. As a kid, I was very into math, science, engineering and...
Assistant Professor, Aeronautics and Astronautics
As a kid, I was enthusiastic about aerospace but I didn’t memorize types of airplanes or the names of...
While I was an undergrad at MIT, I chose mechanical engineering because it was the most broad field, and...
Professor (Teaching) of Computer Science
I’d say one of the biggest challenges in life is being able to make a decision about what’s important...
Materials Science and Engineering
Is it possible to create a world where the thoughts in our minds are not locked up in our brains?
I did my PhD in nanoengineering and was designing and building all kinds of incredibly small robots,...
It’s still completely unbelievable to me that aircraft can fly at all, and I’m saying that as an...
What you can’t create you don’t understand.
MS ’81, PhD ’85
My course Environmental Regulation and Policy is all about how scientific research is incorporated into...
I’m the only person in my family who isn’t a professional musician.
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