Adam designs with the next version in mind.
He caught the engineering bug in sixth grade when he read “Hacking Old Video Game Consoles” by Ben Heckendorn — a tutorial on how to take apart Nintendo consoles and make them portable. In high school, he built a portable Nintendo 64. The moment he saw its screen light up, he knew he wanted to be an electrical engineer.
As an undergrad, Adam designed a device that measures muscle activity while allowing physical therapy patients to play biofeedback games during their treatments. The product both improved patient engagement and neuromuscular reeducation.
At Bresslergroup, Adam helps clients turn their ideas into unique, scalable solutions. He’s responsible for circuit design, PCB layout, and firmware development for the proof of concept and prototyping stages of new products.
Adam earned his BS in electrical engineering at the University of Delaware and holds a masters degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. When he’s not at Bresslergroup, you can find Adam working on side projects, trying new restaurants, going to concerts, or spending time with family.