by Ryan E.
SSP attracts the future generation of innovators, scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs, and the environment this creates is easily my favorite part of the program. When you are surrounded by the future of STEM you can really dive deep into the future to a level that is only possible with other scientific minds. My personal favorite is that engineers do not just talk about the future, they talk about creating it, so going into the depths of how humans will achieve these advancements are invaluable because that is what drives the future forward.
Opportunity ! I have made it a priority to put questions first at SSP. Yes, the lectures and PSET’s are great and all. As a matter of fact, I love the fast pace as it forces us to better humans’ number one superpower which is learning. However, I do not love it to the extent I love questions, where the real knowledge lies. I have made it a goal to pick my professors’ brains as much as possible. Actually, you can spot me and Professor Virani screaming at the top of our lungs at Chase Dining Hall about the future of humanity. Seriously, me and my man Virani cover a lot from humans becoming a multiplanetary species, AI’s future to multiply innovation by a billion folds, and crazy theories all the way to a Simulated Multiverse. Being able to discuss how to turn the impossible to reality is not a conversation you can have with many people, so I will take advantage of that to the fullest extent.
SSP gets you thinking on how you will be able to apply your skills and ambitions to the world and that is priceless. A part of me came to SSP to further assess the validity of this quote, so far it stands corrected as always.
The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.Steve Jobs
Hello, my name is Ryan and I am from New Jersey ! I am greatly interested in technology, AI, space exploration, and crypto. I dedicate the majority of my time to pursue my passions, but outside of STEM I play football and lift for fun/recharge.