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Martin Segado—The Tech
Jared A. Sartee ’09 unfolds “elika,” the Green Team’s collapsible designer coffee table, at the Product Engineering Process (2.009) final presentations on Monday evening. The coffee table featured carbon fiber and stainless steel components, and folded flat with a twisting motion, permitting it to be slid under a couch or hung on a wall.
Yuanyu Chen
Priscilla W. Army ’10 of the Muses gets the audience going with Natasha Bedingfield’s “I Wanna Have Your Babies” during the Chorallaries’ “A Concert We Can Believe In” on Dec. 5 in 10-250.
Chelsea Grimm—The Tech
Gene Lee ’89, a Senior Software Engineer with Walt Disney Animation Studios, lectured on the work of the modeling and animation group after a special showing of Disney’s newest release, Bolt. The free screening and presentation were sponsored by MIT TechFair and LSC on Satuday, Dec. 6.
Rachel Fong—The Tech
John C. McGonagle ’09 rick-rolls the audience during a skit at the MIT/Wellesley Toons Fall Concert last Saturday in 10-250.
Vibin Kundukulam
Willard J. Johnson ’09 (center) and James M. Bartolotta ’09 fight for the rebound during the Engineers’ game against Tufts on Dec. 6. The two seniors led MIT to a win with a final score of 79-66.
Yuanyu Chen
(left to right) Ian Olsen of Boston Conservatory, Elisabeth Hon Hunt G, Pauline A. Sliwa G, and Daniel P. Cunningham ’07 join the MIT Concert Choir on Dec. 7 in performing “Alexander’s Feast (The Power of Musick)” by G. F. Handel.
William Yee—The Tech
Amelia L. Laughton ’06 and Thaddeus R. Cybulski ’10 perform at Dance Troupe’s dress rehearsal for the coming up show “Insomnia.”
Rachel Fong—The Tech
Cecilia R. Louis ’10 and Thomas M. Ciesielski ’11 of the Chorallaries sing “American Boy” by Estelle Feat and Kanye West during the MIT/Wellesley Toons Fall Concert on Dec. 6 in 10-250.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Michael L. Stern ’09 discusses the Red Team’s fire safe microwave after the Product Engineering Process (2.009) final presentations on Monday evening. The microwave, shown partially disassembled here, contains built-in spark and fire detection systems, as well as an automatic, reusable fire suppression system built around commercially-available 50¢ carbon dioxide cartridges.
William Yee—The Tech
(Left to right) Jason A. Scott ’10, Kamo Jurn ’10, and Adlai R. Grayson ’10 get their groove on at the dress rehearsal for Dance Troupe’s coming up show “Insomnia.”
Meng Heng Touch—The Tech
Stephanie Senna ’12 belts out “All Things Are Possible” by Darlene Zschech on Dec. 6 during the Cross Product’s Winter Concert in 54-100.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Members of the Yellow Team take down their ModuWall portable do-it-yourself wall system following their final presentation for the Product Engineering Process (2.009) on Monday evening. The wall system used vertical posts, composite panels, and flexible strips with industrial mushroom-head Velcro (used to attach armor to tanks) to provide privacy and sound isolation for roommates.
Yuanyu Chen
Tiffany K. Cheng ’12 of the Chorallaries sings “Hot ’N’ Cold” by Katy Perry during the Chorallaries’ “A Concert We Can Believe In” on Dec. 5 in 10-250.
William yee—The Tech
Ylaine L. Gerardin ’10 performs a ballet at Dance Troupe’s dress rehearsal for its up coming show “Insomnia.”
Yuanyu Chen
Christine Chen ’12 checks out ornaments on display at the MIT Glass Lab Holiday Sale in Lobby 10 on Dec. 8. The sale featured colorful pieces made by students and instructors at the MIT Glass Lab.
MArtin Segado—The Tech
J. Kim Vandiver PhD ’75 and Wenxian Hong ’10 play with a prototype of the Blue Team’s “DOT it” portable Braille label maker after the Product Engineering Process (2.009) final presentations on Monday evening. The label maker used battery powered electronics and servo motors to emboss Braille characters into commercially available Braille labeling tape.
MArtin Segado—The Tech
Professor David Wallace PhD ’95 (center) and several members of the Silver Team stand behind the team’s “Infinite Range” prototype following the Product Engineering Process (2.009) final presentations on Monday evening. This cooktop featured a touchscreen interface and an array of 95 independent heating and sensing elements intended to accommodate various pieces of cookware placed at arbitrary locations on its surface.
Yuanyu Chen
William Cutter, Lecturer in Music and Director of Choral Programs at MIT, conducts the MIT Concert Choir at their annual fall concert on Dec. 7 in Kresge.
William Yee—The Tech
Stephen G. Goodman ’12 and Elizabeth M. Kimball ’11 move to the beat at the dress rehearsal for Dance Troupe’s coming up “Insomnia” performance.
Steve Howland—The Tech
Samir Zaidi ’09 stretches for a shot in MIT’s game against Tufts University on Dec. 6. Tufts won the match 6-3. MIT wins went to John Kucharczyk ’11, Robert Habib ’11, and Ned Carpenter CME ’10.
Martin Segado—The Tech
Audience members attending the Product Engineering Process (2.009) final presentations sat in the aisles of room 34-101 on Monday night, as most or all seats were taken. The room nominally seats 325 people.
Allison M. Alwan—The Tech
Daniel E. Klenk ’09 swam the 200 yard butterfly at the MIT Invitational this past Saturday. The men’s team came in first out of seven teams, and the women’s team finished third.
Aditi Verma—The Tech
Adam Kerry Boyles, music director, conducts “Southern Harmony” by Donald Grantham during MITSO’s concert “Eroica” on Dec. 5 in Kresge.
William Yee—The Tech
Dana B. Sulas ’10 belly dances during Dance Troupe’s dress rehearsal for “Insomnia” on Monday, Dec. 8.