Juliana Cherston

Responsive Environments
  • Research Assistant

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. 

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.

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. 

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.