Nadya Peek is a PhD student at the MIT Center for Bits and Atoms, a group at the intersection of the physical and the digital. She works on unconventional digital fabrication tools, small scale automation, networked control systems, and advanced manufacturing, and is currently teaching the MIT class “How to make something that makes (almost) anything.” Nadya is an active member of the global fablab community, working on making digital fabrication more accessible with better CAD/CAM tools and developing open source (hardware) machines and control systems. Previously, she was an editor at Mediamatic in Amsterdam.
Nadya will be at the Madrid Mini Maker Faire 2016! Don´t miss her workshop on Chibitronics at 12.00pm on Saturday and be aware of the Presentation she is giving at 1.00pm on Sunday !