Jesse has more than fifteen years of experience in physics research and technology development. With a background in science, writing, and public speaking, Jesse now leads Multiscale Systems toward sustainable commercial success.
* Postdoc at Harvard University and Harvard Medical School’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering as an NIH Fellow
* PhD/MS in Physics, Cornell University as an NSF GRFP Fellow
* BS in Physics; BS in Mathematics; BS in Philosophy, Northeastern University with Matthews and IGERT Fellowships
He’s presented research at 40+ locations on 3 continents, including TEDx, and has contributed to more than 35 additional conferences. Jesse’s more than 25 peer-reviewed publications can be found in Science, Nature Materials, PNAS, and more.
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