Brian Tesar joins CIDAR Lab
Brian Tesar has joined CIDAR lab as a visiting researcher. Brian spent more than two decades designing hardware for a variety of markets including telecom, datacom, packet switching, optical sensing and aerospace. Along the way, he contributed firmware, software, testing and mechanical design to numerous commercial products. Most recently, he pivoted toward biology to explore interdisciplinary designs at the intersection of electrical engineering and genetic design. His current research leverages genetic design tools to explore sequential logic circuits in novel applications. He has a BSEE from UCLA, MSEE from Georgia Institute of Technology, MBA from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship from HEC Paris and is currently completing an MSc Systems and Synthetic Biology from Universite Paris-Saclay.