ESP Biography

GREG STEINBRECHER, MIT Sophmore in Physics (and maybe math)

Major: EECS

College/Employer: MIT

Year of Graduation: Not available.

Picture of Greg Steinbrecher

Brief Biographical Sketch:

Born in Brookline, MA. Went to public school, always convinced that I would be an electrical engineer and dreamed of going to MIT. The latter came true, but I'm now a physics student and love it, though I took a few Course 6 classes along the way. I like math, though I don't know a lot about the rigorous side of things.

Otherwise, enjoy dancing in my spare time, run the business department of the student newspaper, spend time woodworking in the hobby shop, and take long-exposure night photos around campus. In my spare time, I like to relax.

Past Classes

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C3330: Processor Architecture and Design in Spark! 2010 (Mar. 13, 2010)
Just *what* does that really hot processor that runs your computer do? What do those GHz really mean? What is cache? This class starts with transistors and works (quickly) up to a fully functional processor.