Director of Education
Miguel searches for patterns in science and technology, sharing them through books, presentations, classes, and concept maps. He authored Technology Challenged: Understanding Our Creations & Choosing Our Future and coauthored Nanoscience Education, Workforce Training, and K-12 Resources. Each summer he teaches high school students about nanotechnology, at Foothill College in California (2014 – present) and in the University of California Santa Cruz COSMOS Program (2005 – 2011). His academic background is in electrical engineering and computer science which he studied at the University of California Berkeley, where he presided over the engineering honor society Tau Beta Pi.