Paul Antonucci brings to the company expertise in signal and image processing algorithms, in addition to mathematical analysis and hardware development. Paul has been on staff at both TERC (www.terc.edu), and the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (www.harvard.edu/cfa/sed) where he managed several projects: MicroObservatory, Spectroscopy, and ComTech. He was also technical manager of the Cambridge Development Lab. As an independent software and electronic designer, Paul consulted with numerous educational and industrial clients and has successfully commercialized, for the science education market, numerous products such as CardioVascular Fitness Lab, Biofeedback MicroLab, The Body Electric, and the Project STAR Spectrophotometer.
Nathan Kimball brings to the company expertise in graphics, user-interface design and implementation, as well as working with and presenting to teachers and students. Nathan worked at TERC (www.terc.edu) for over twelve years, where he led the design and programming of the software that accompanied IBM’s Personal System Laboratory, which is currently sold by Team Labs, Boulder, Colorado. He developed innovative environments for learning during play as project director for the NSF funded “New Directions in Science Playgrounds” project, and has developed numerous hands-on curricula that employ measurement, graphing, and the use of design in science learning and MBL.
Marvin Grossman, Ed. D., has forty years of experience in the sales and marketing of educational and consumer electronics products. He founded six successful businesses, providing exclusive representation in the New England market to world-class clients such as Apple Computer, Pioneer Electronics, and Sony Corporation. Since 1990 Dr. Grossman has also been active in science education. He was co-director of Project Aries: an innovative elementary science curriculum, and project Comtech: a middle school technology program at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Dr. Grossman’s education includes an MBA from Harvard Business School.