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A graduate’s journey: Q&A with Aurik Sarker

Aurik Sarker will be graduating with a master’s degree in electrical engineering. He is originally from Anaheim, California. How did you get interested in electrical and computer engineering? What interests you the most about the field? I chose Electrical Engineering originally because of my experience on VEX and FRC robotics teams during high school, where […]

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Q&A: John Rattray

John Rattray is a PhD Candidate from Woodlawn, Maryland. He is majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. https://engineering.jhu.edu/csms/people/ How did you get interested in electrical and computer engineering? What interests you the most about the field? I became interested in computer engineering predominantly as a result of my dad being a computer programmer and being […]

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Q&A: Brandon Tran

Brandon Tran is a Junior(Class of 2019) from Providence, RI. He is majoring in Electrical Engineering and minoring in Computer-Integrated Surgery and Robotics.  How did you get interested in electrical and computer engineering? What interests you the most about the field? I’m a very indecisive person, so it wasn’t much of a surprise that I majored […]

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What’s Your Major? A Q&A with Eric Engler

Eric Engler is a third-year student in The Peabody Conservatory’s Recording Arts program. What is the Peabody Recording Arts and Science major? The Recording Arts department houses Peabody’s programs/majors in both Audio Engineering (Undergraduate and Graduate) and Acoustics (Graduate Only).  The undergrad program only exists as a double major in conjunction with a more traditional […]

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Guy Hotson
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Q&A: Guy Hotson

“I hope my PhD research helps progress neurally controlled prosthetics another step closer to restoring autonomy to paralyzed patients. More broadly, my career goal is to use machine learning and intelligent robotics to help people.”

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Samantha Wang
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Q&A: Samantha Wang ’17

“What really attracted me to this university is its many research opportunities. Everyone I talked to before coming here was involved in research in some aspect.”

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Laura Chicos
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Q&A: Laura Chicos ’19

“It’s hard to tell what makes a college great until you’re here to experience it yourself. One thing I love about JHU is the collaboration – everyone is always more than willing to help one another, and I feel like I have grown so much just from what I have learned from my peers.”

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Adebayo Eisape
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Q&A: Adebayo Eisape ’16

“I decided to come to JHU because I felt it was a place where I would be able to learn from some of the smartest people in the world and participate in meaningful and fulfilling projects and research.”

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Chris Kulawik
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Chris Kulawik ’16

After moving off campus, Christopher Kulawik ’16 was dreading waking up early for an 8am class. “It’s pretty funny, but I’m actually a big fan of sleeping in as much as possible,” he says. “I thought there had to be a better solution than waking up at 6am to get ready and walk over.”

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Thomas Keady '18
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Q&A: Thomas Keady ’18

Thomas Keady ’18 is a design engineer at Fusiform, makers of a modular orthotics device and software platform designed to cut down on cost and time of manufacturing.

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