Daniel D. Richman is involved with simulation studies of biological systems. He holds an S.B. in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT. Prior to joining DESRES, Daniel was a Texas Instruments Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar in the Chandrakasan Group at MIT, where he developed a new, ultra-fast frequency-hopping protocol for wireless communications and contributed to the design of a wireless transmitter chip. Daniel's work at MIT also included research in protein-protein interactions in the Bcl-2 family, sensor-based health systems, and sedimentary geology. In his free time, he enjoys memorizing maps, practicing his hockey stops, and visiting the lions at the New York Public Library.