Our Hyperloop Group has four wonderful group members:
Chris is a social science researcher from Athens, Georgia. For the past year, his focus has been on contributing to the anthropology of the internet, with particular focus on internet communities and place, as well as online identities. For this project, Chris has focused on failed historic precedents of the Hyperloop and their socio-economic impacts.
Allie is a first-year Master’s student studying the impacts of design and technology on society. While pursuing her degree, Allie works as a speechwriter and on the Designing the Future(s) of the University initiative at Georgetown University. In the few hours a week that she’s not at Georgetown, Allie can be found biking around DC, poring over cookbooks and working in literacy tutoring programs at 826DC.
Casey Tilton is a first year student in the Communication, Culture, and Technology program at Georgetown University. He is especially interested in studying the intersection between technology and society and in exploring how user interfaces are designed from technical, aesthetic, and organizational perspectives. Prior to entering the CCT program, he did quantitative and qualitative physician workforce research at the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Jiayang Feng is a first year student in the Communication, Culture, and Technology program at Georgetown University, coming from China. She holds a bachelor degree in Laws at Peking University and used to work in Burson-Marsteller and Accenture. Her clients includes SAP, HP and Chinese government. Jiayang is especially interested in integrated marketing communication and business development for transnational companies.