Third-year graduate student
Greg is a third-year PhD candidate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. Though his background in applied physics led him to get a master’s degree studying ultrafast laser physics with RLE’s Professor Franz Kärtner, he recently switched to studying robotics and works in CSAIL under Professor Nicholas Roy where he focuses on autonomous navigation. Greg is primarily focused on various aspects of physics and computer science, and often spends his time translating physics problems into code to sharpen his programming skills. He currently serves as the VP of Publications for the EECS Graduate Student Association (GSA). In his free time, Greg enjoys (badly) playing the guitar and combing through used book stores.