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|Kyle grew up in Boise, Idaho and graduated from Boise High School in 2009. He has always had a strong interest in science, math and computers, which later matured into a passion for programming and digital systems engineering. Kyle loves working with FPGAs and microcontrollers and designing complex systems. After graduate school, Kyle plans on implementing embedded control systems with sensor networks. He intends to start his own business in embedded system contracting after working in the industry for a few years. Kyle has always been interested in learning more about himself and the world in which he lives, in an effort to grow as an individual and make the world a better place.|
Jacob is a Senior in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Idaho and will be graduating in May 2014. He is specializing in Microelectronics and will be working at Micron in the DRAM R&D Product Engineering group. He loves being outdoors and has participated in Intramural Frisbee, Soccer, Flag Football, Basketball, and Floor Hockey while at the U of I. His LinkedIn Profile is available here.
Mitch is a senior computer engineering student at the University of Idaho. He has experience in microcontroller programming and embedded system design as well as digital and analog circuit design. Mitch has also designed and built avionics for 2 pico-satelites at NASA Ames Research Center. In his spare time Mitch enjoys playing music, cooking, and side projects in electronics.
Francis ('Frank') is a senior in Electrical Engineering at the University of Idaho, and has specialized in controls and analog IC design. He has interned at Micron in the past where he worked in the fab designing and implementing ground-breaking process technologies for DRAM and flash memory. Frank enjoys school, running, and 'Sauced' (a local fry shop in Moscow).
Carson is a senior in Computer Science at the University of Idaho. He is pretty awesome.
Paul is a senior at the University of Idaho where he is earning three degrees in the areas of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics. He currently works at the University of Idaho as a web developer. Paul also spends a significant amount of his time creating computer programming and mathematics video tutorials.
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