My name is Rico Picone, PhD. I’m an Assistant Professor at Saint Martin’s University in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
I research ways to enhance magnetic resonance technologies, especially magnetic resonance force microscopy (MRFM). Other research interests include human-computer interaction (HCI) and the philosophy of engineering, with emphasis on the relation between humanity (individually and collectively) and technology.
I am teaching courses related to mechatronics, system dynamics, and control theory.
You can also find me elsewhere on the interwebs:
- Twitter — little things
- GitHub — codey things
- Instagram — colorful things
- Facebook — friendly things
- Linkedin — pro things
- StackExchange — questionable things
- Sympathetic Antipathy — old bloggy things