WMBR is MIT’s student radio station, heard at 88.1FM in Cambridge, MA. WMBRs identity is non-existent as there are numerous clashing logos. These two logotypes are attempts to provide a modern, streamlined, and consistent logo for WMBR. The goal was to illustrate radio waves schematically while using a modern typeface.
I was in charge of organizing a campus-wide student-faculty conference my senior year at Caltech. The purpose of the conference was to bring students, faculty, and staff together to discuss major questions about undergraduate life, from the quality of life to questions of the honor code.
I created this program for the event; it needed to be monochromatic for ease of photocopying, and had to be bi-fold for ease of folding.
froi is a suite of programs for the analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data using a region-of-interest (ROI) approach. Users can perform all necessary functions with froi, from creating and modifying ROIs, to using ROIs as a way to constrain analyses, to combining ROIs in a number of different ways.
froi is used in nearly all research of the Kanwisher Lab, with the results of analyses performed with froi published in journals such as The Journal of Neuroscience. froi is also in use in other research laboratories.
froi is currently written in a combination of perl, shell scripts, and matlab, and was planned to be re-written in python and C.