adam j hartz
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MIT Building 36-881
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
i am a lecturer at MIT, in the department of electrical engineering and
computer science. i graduated with a b.sc in computer science and
engineering from MIT in 2011, and with an m.eng in electrical engineering
and computer science (again from MIT) in 2012.
i have been involved with development and instruction of the following courses at MIT:
- 6.01 Intro to EECS I: S09-F10 (Lab Assistant), S11-F11 (Teaching Assistant), S12-S13 (Lab Instructor), F13-S14 (Lecturer)
- 6.02 Digital Communication Systems: F12 (Course Development: "Lab Czar")
- 6.003 Signals and Systems: F11 (Course Assistant)
in spring 2012, i was awarded the Carlton
E. Tucker Award for Teaching Excellence for my work with 6.01.
i grew up in rural Illinois (in the country near Princeton),
and despite having been in the Boston area for several years now, i am
still not much of a city slicker. my father teaches mathematics at Logan
Junior High School, and my mother is a former math teacher (now retired) and currently owns
Anne's Antiques. my elder
brother also teaches math, at Hononegah
High School in Rockton, IL.
i live in Lexington, MA with my trusty feline companion Stronger, whom i adopted from MRFRS in 2009.
i keep myself occupied in my free time by playing and writing
music, programming, drawing, watching movies and reading, and
otherwise generally chilling.
The most reliable way to reach me is via email, at email@example.com.