Adam’s work with robotics and cube-satellites in high school drew him to the MiTEE team when he discovered it in college. As a freshman, Adam had doubts about whether he would be able to play a significant role on the team, but as MiTEE’s satellite launch approaches, his work with the satellite’s hardware has become more and more crucial. “Even freshman and sophomores who don’t have previous research experience can take on a lot of responsibility, and learn things you normally wouldn’t experience until you were a junior or senior,” Adam says. Gaining these skills can help students stand out during career fair and be ready for more leadership positions. Adam plans to get a Masters in Robotics, and joining the Multidisciplinary Design Program helped him develop his interests.
Major: Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Class of 2022
Project MiTEE, Structures subsystem