Juliana Cherston

Responsive Environments
  • Research Assistant

Link to personal website (Fall 2020: in progress) 

I am a physics and engineering generalist currently pursuing a PhD in the Responsive Environments Group at the MIT Media Lab. The technical emphasis of my doctoral degree straddles aerospace engineering, distributed sensing, and electronic textile design - I am bringing electronic textile technology to Low Earth Orbit for the first time. 

My Master's thesis at the Media Lab (2014-2016) included Quantizer, a platform that enabled artists to map real-time physics data from the ATLAS detector at CERN to musical streams for public listening.

Previously, I earned a B.A. in physics at Harvard. 

Link to personal website (Fall 2020: in progress) 

I am a physics and engineering generalist currently pursuing a PhD in the Responsive Environments Group at the MIT Media Lab. The technical emphasis of my doctoral degree straddles aerospace engineering, distributed sensing, and electronic textile design - I am bringing electronic textile technology to Low Earth Orbit for the first time. 

My Master's thesis at the Media Lab (2014-2016) included Quantizer, a platform that enabled artists to map real-time physics data from the ATLAS detector at CERN to musical streams for public listening.

Previously, I earned a B.A. in physics at Harvard.