Janet Chen (Project Lead,

Janet is a Senior Preceptor in the Harvard Department of Mathematics. For her, this project represents an opportunity to provide deep and long-lasting learning gains for students in multivariable calculus that they can take with them to subsequent courses in mathematics, sciences, and engineering.

Stepan Paul (Project Lead,

Stepan is a Teaching Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University. For him, this project lies in the intersection of his interests in inquiry-oriented instruction, development of spatial skills in multivariable calculus, and 3D printing.

Dishen "Dixon Magister" Yang (Project Assistant,

Dixon is an entrepreneur and a friend to Harvard's Physics Department and the Instructional Physics Lab. This project allowed him to continue to explore the merging trends of personalized manufacturing and education. His vast experience and expertise in fabrication techniques was an invaluable asset for the prototyping and scaling production of our models.

Mohamed Raouf Seyam (Project Assistant,

Raouf completed his master's at Harvard in 2019, focusing on education technology and data science. Raouf enjoys designing unique learning experiences in both the physical and virtual worlds. Fascinated by making and physics, Raouf loves the idea of using 3D printed and laser-cut objects to help learners assimilate the fundamentals of multivariable calculus.