Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
At the moment, I'm writing a mathematics textbook for engineers.
People often loathe math, but I think the real problem isn't the
material—it's how the material has been taught. I honestly think
that most people could understand fairly complicated math concepts
If they were taught in the right way.
As my main gig, I'm a student at Johns Hopkins University,
concentrating in Biomedical Engineering. I am also a researcher at
the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, developing brain-controlled
prosthetics for paraplegics and amputees, as well as modeling and
mapping the intricate flows of information within the brain.
Basically, I'm a mind-reader ;).
I am hoping to advance the bounds of human knowledge in the
biomedical field, particularly in the area of neuroengineering. The
brain is such a magnificent, beautiful thing, but to date it is not
well understood at all. I strongly believe that, by understanding
the brain, we can unlock incredible new possibilities for