Michigan Embedded Systems Hub Staff

Jon Kurzer

Jon is an undergraduate in the Electrical Engineering program, though his knowledge of embedded systems has been primarily self-taught. He became interested in small electrical systems about five years ago and have not stopped learning since. He has worked on both personal and team projects that range from cool toys around the house to competition-grade, full blown embedded solutions.

Pat Pannuto

Pat is a PhD student working in wireless and embedded systems. He also has two years experience as an instructor for EECS 373. Pat's goal is to instrument and interact with the entire world and has found embedded systems the perfect medium to achieve that vision. His experience ranges from Arduino hacks to custom designed chips.

Paul Doerr

Paul is an undergraduate Computer Engineering student. He has worked on the MAAV circuits team for 2 years, and also has experience in robotics and embedded systems through the classroom. Paul is also knowledgeable about embedded Linux. Paul teaches our weekly lessons.

Noah Klugman

Noah recently graduated from the Computer Engineering program where he focused on embedded systems. Noah is most excited by embedded systems designed to be impactful, but appreciates toys as well. He has worked on projects that range from satellites to medical devices.