I'm founder and COO of Levant Power Corp., a startup working to commercialize an energy-harvesting active suspension. Formerly, I studied electrical engineering and computer science at MIT. I enjoy entrepreneurship, business, sales, building stuff, tinkering, programming, mountaineering, photography, writing, caving, reading, filmmaking, aviation, and most things that move (off-roading trucks, speedy cars, boats, ATVs, motorcycles, airplanes).
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Levant Power has been featured in
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Business Week, the Economist, Discover Magazine, The New York Times, Technology Review, Forbes and
MIDAS, the Multifunction In-Dorm Automation System has been featured in Popular Science, MSNBC, VH1, HGTV, Slashdot, Digg, Boston Metro Newspaper, Wall Street Journal, Tech Home Magazine, CNET, MSN, Engadget, Rocketboom, and various MIT publications.
Moca, an open-source remote medical diagnostics application for health workers in developing nations has been featured in the Boston Globe, LinuxDevices, and CrunchGear.
SARA, the Searching and Acquiring Robotic Appliance has been featured in the LA Times, Daily Science Monitor, ABC News, and NPR.
CESAR, the Computer Executed Semi- Autonomous Robot has been featured in the LA Times and on HackADay.
Grand Challenge Team PVRW, has been featured in Popular Science, CBS National News, and various local news stations and newspapers.
Beverly Underground, the California Senate-commended underground newspaper I founded has been featured in the LA Times (various times), SPLC Briefs, ABC News, several local papers, and a book called Parts Per Million.
MBTA Security Analysis, a class research project, was featured in Popular Mechanics, the Wall Street Journal, ABC News, CBS News, FOX News, NPR, USA Today, Wired, CNN, and several other news sources.