Patagonia’s Director of Advanced Research & Development, and STE@M Friend and Workshop Coordinator Tetsuya O’hara out testing the latest innovation in wetsuits.
Loughborough University in the UK is home to the Sports Technology Research Group, one of the world’s leading research groups of its kind and the largest in the UK. The group has established an international reputation for its work with global brands including Adidas, Callaway Golf, Canterbury of New Zealand, Dunlop, Head, New Balance, Nike, […]
STE@M faculty Peko Hosoi, Dave Hardt, Amos Winter, Sangbae Kim and former Sports Tech director, Kim Blair learn about the technical challenges associated with fishing tackle by trolling for bluefish with Okuma (makers of high performance fishing gear).
STE@M (Sports Technology and Education @ MIT) Workshops lie at the heart of the MIT sports technology program. They are designed to immerse students in sports tech innovation processes from inspiration to invention to implementation. These workshops embrace the MIT motto Mens et Manus, blending MIT’s world-class engineering education and expertise from industry leaders with […]
KIM BLAIR Favorite sports: Triathlon Kim Blair is the founding Director of the Sports Innovation Program at MIT (the precursor to STE@M) and is Vice President of Cooper Perkins a technology development and product engineering consulting firm specializing in highly integrated electromechanical systems. Kim has extensive experience utilizing advanced technologies to enhance all aspects of […]
About our workshops: “This whole week was unbelievably inspiring! I am so motivated to become a better designer, engineer and be the problem solver that the world needs.” “The entire program should be used as an example of mens et manus. … The whole program was an experience of a lifetime that motivated me to […]