DaBL is staffed with a full complement of Creative and Technical Specialists (CaTS): experienced designers, builders, and experimenters who are ready to help you realize your prototype.
Creating things to solve problems using ample amounts of enthusiasm.
Graduate Statistics student
Translating theoretical problems into practical solutions.
I decided to work in the space because I wanted to learn to apply all the knowledge I am acquiring!
I love experimenting and building especially through web development, coding, and rapid prototyping. Ask me about my NASA Goddard research on volcanoes and typhoons!
My mind overflows with creative thoughts and now I have a place to put my ideas into something tangible!
I am excited to help people start designing solutions to their problems!
Computer Science major
Aspiring software engineer dipping her closed-toed shoes into the sea of hardware and design.
I do behavioral neuroscience research and use rapid prototyping to solve problems! I am excited to help you learn new manufacture techniques.
CaTS on Hiatus
Occasionally, our CaTS will go traipsing around the world. We wish them interesting journeys, and a safe return!
I do NASA research projects and write grants. Ask me about sending stuff to space.
Physics major & Public Administration and Chemistry minor
Ask me about anything transit-oriented!
Played with LEGO for a long time and now I can create my own pieces to solve problems!
This section is dedicated to the CaTS that have succeeded in their educational pursuits and are now graduated AU alums. Thank you for all that you have done for DaBL.
Political Science major & Computer Science minor
I love the aspects of design in technology, which leads me to learn about web programming, CAD, and computer systems in general.
Computer Science major & Physics minor
I have a fascination in hardware and I dabble in engineering, and am extremely excited that I and the greater University have a space for hands-on application of ideas!!! I look forward to working with you and helping you turn your ideas into working prototypes!!! ?
Neuroscience major & Computer Science minor
Constantly trying to figure out how and why my code runs.