Micah Z. Brodsky

PhD (MIT, 2014)

About me

Freelance researcher and software developer affiliated with MIT, specializing in self-maintaining and self-organizing systems. Experienced in biophysical & agent-based simulation, bio-mimetic engineering, and bottom-up design, as well as traditional operating systems & networking. Currently working in collaboration with the Allen Discovery Center at Tufts University.

Bio-inspired approaches to software, hardware, security, and fabrication.

Engineering-inspired approaches to development, regeneration, cancer, and synthetic biology.

Systems researcher and hacker. "Full stack" — electrons and up.

Alum of the MAC and DIG groups (and previously PDOS) at CSAIL, advised by the one and only Gerald Jay Sussman.

(Master's thesis under Robert T. Morris.)








Email: micahbro at mit dot edu
LinkedIn: mzbrodsky
Twitter: @mzbrodsky

Presently based in the greater Seattle area.