Founder, Top Contributor
Gregory J Stein
I'm Greg, a student of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at MIT. Having just completed my master's thesis and earned my S.M studying the intersection of computational modeling and nonlinear optics, I've transitioned to robotics, with an emphasis on autonomy, where I will be earning my Ph.D.
Though my research interests include mathematical physics and machine learning, I aim to provide a wide range of content spanning my microcontroller projects and web development, not the least of will include the adventure of creating this blog.
Feel free to get in touch and learn more about my work at my personal site gjstein.me.
Selected Posts by Gregory J Stein
My Workflow with Org-Agenda
I use Emacs' "org-mode" to organize my life. Here's a snippet of how I get it all working.
Have You Tried Using a 'Nearest Neighbor Search'?
More complicated ≠ better. In many circumstances, using the most sophisticated approaches to Machine Learning (like deep learning) may not be worthwhile.
How We Teach Programming, and Where We're Going Wrong
Programming matters. As more of the country recognizes the importance of the skill, an increasing number of methods for teaching programming concepts have popped up. However, the emphasis should lean towards how to apply programming across disciplines.
Technologies Behind Caches To Caches
Here's how I built this blog, which relies on Django/Apache on Amazon EC2
Hi everybody! My name is Rei Suzuki. A bit about myself - I'm a masters student at University of Pennsylvania studying Robotics. I enjoy playing video games, reading, watching movies / anime / TV - though I don't really do any of those lately. I will mostly be posting lessons related to robotics, centered around projects I've worked on. Hopefully they will act as teaching tools for 3 types of people - the non-technical person who is curious about real robotics, the theory-type engineer who wants to understand the concepts and the implementation-oriented students who want to know what they need to be aware of while building a working application.
As this semester is very intensive for me, I will probably not post much until the summer of 2015.
Selected Posts by Rei Suzuki
Obligatory first post; welcome to our blog.