Christine Joseph

Space Enabled
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Christine Joseph is an alum of the Space Enabled research group,  having worked with Prof. Danielle Wood  on microgravity and human spaceflight related research. She also worked with Prof. Leia Stirling in the Human Systems Laboratory investigating the utilization of wearable technology to quantify human performance metrics. Christine strongly believes that the development of space technology and pursuit of human space exploration can directly benefit applications here on Earth. She graduated from MIT in 2019 with a dual SM in aeronautics & astronautics and  technology & policy. Christine also holds a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Notre Dame (’16). Her research interests include human spaceflight, space policy, wearable technology, spacesuits, human-machine interaction and human motor behavior. 

Christine Joseph is an alum of the Space Enabled research group,  having worked with Prof. Danielle Wood  on microgravity and human spaceflight related research. She also worked with Prof. Leia Stirling in the Human Systems Laboratory investigating the utilization of wearable technology to quantify human performance metrics. Christine strongly believes that the development of space technology and pursuit of human space exploration can directly benefit applications here on Earth. She graduated from MIT in 2019 with a dual SM in aeronautics & astronautics and  technology & policy. Christine also holds a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Notre Dame (’16). Her research interests include human spaceflight, space policy, wearable technology, spacesuits, human-machine interaction and human motor behavior.