Frank Wilczek, theoretical physicist, author, and intellectual adventurer. He has received many prizes for his work, including a Nobel Prize in Physics.
Thomas Sanchez Lengeling, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary researcher, artists and engineer. He is currently a Researcher affiliate at the MIT Media Lab in the City Science Group.
Siranush Babakhanova (junior, majors in Physics and Computer Science, Synthetic Neurobiology, Media Lab). Co-Founder of Xapiens, the first human enhancement initiative at MIT.
Brodi Elwood, physics senior at MIT. His primary field of interest is experimental cosmology, observational astronomy, dark matter, and how physical world relates to human perception.
Mary Bichner, award-winning orchestral composer with the bizarre musical superpowers of perfect pitch and synesthesia (a neurological condition that causes Mary to “see” music).
Nathan Newman, Professor of Solid State Sciences, Materials Program at ASU. He focuses on solid-state materials for microwave, photonic, and high-speed applications.
Brent Smith, Graduate Research Associate in the School of Earth and Space Exploration in Arizona State University SciHub.
Terry Kang, is a freshman at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is interested in fractal mathematics and electrical engineering.
Justin Pye, award-winning creative PhD physicist at ASU SciHub with broad knowledge base and experience seeking challenging application of strong problem-solving, analytical, and data and image analysis skills.
Alexandra Rieger, cognitive neuroscientist, multi-instrumentalist musician and anti-disciplinary doctoral researcher at the MIT Media Lab. She seeks to develop innovations for cognitive pathologies like Alzheimer’s.
Stephanie Brandt, is a PhD student at MIT. She is working on Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment on the LHC,working on the W boson production cross-section precision measurement.
Anne Domic, is an Office Specialist in Arizona State University and kindly helps with team coordination.