Master in Design Studies, Technology
Harvard University Graduate School of Design
B.S. Computer Science & Visual Arts w/ honors
Member of Sigma Xi and Omicron Delta Kappa honor societies
Prague, CZ fall.11
Czech Technical University
Harvard University, Office for Urbanization
9.16 — present
Harvard University, VIS-2481 Public Projections w/ Krzysztof Wodiczko
9.16 — 12.16
As Krzysztof Wodiczko's teaching assistant, I taught workshops on projection mapping techniques, helped student conceptualize and technically realize projects, kept track of projection equipment, etc.
6.16 — 8.16
As a creative technologist at Tellart, I worked on the team tasked with building the electronic components to Toyota's Concept-i prototype revealed at CES 2017. The project is the result of a 1.5-year collaboration with Toyota Research Institute, Calty, ICI and Tellart, working to imagine a future where vehicles form a true partnership with drivers and use AI to anticipate people’s needs, inspire their imaginations, and improve their lives. My role in the team included designing the software system to coordinate visual effects inside the vehicle, testing materials and equipment, soldering components, etc.
Software Designer & Front-End Engineer
9.14 — 8.15
Software Designer & Front-End Engineer Apprentice
12.13 — 9.14
The Union Book, Union College
4.11 — 6.13
As Editor-in-Chief of The Union Book, formerly known as The Garnet Yearbook, I was responsible for all aspects of the publication including but not limited to: delegating responsibilities to our staff of 10+ members, keeping all staff aware of deadlines, proof editing, layout design, photography, photo editing and more. All pages first went through me before being sent to the publisher.
6.12 — 3.13
6.11 — 8.11
Over the summer of 2011 I worked with astronomy professor John Marr to write four Java programs for students to use in Radio Astronomy Lab classes at Union College and other universities. The program Tool for Interactive Fourier Transfor (TIFT)is an application used as a teaching aid in classrooms to illustrate the Fourier Transform, a mathematical operation that is used in both physics and engineering. The programs the Small Radio Telescope (SRT) Plotter and the Very Small Radio Telescope Interferometer (VSRTI) Plotter allows students to plot and analyze data from two different radio telescopes.