ALICIA GIBB (MS/MSILS 2010)  is employed at Bug Labs as the head of their open source R&D Lab. She researches, curates and prototypes on the crossroads of technology, culture, art and design. In the past year she has given a seminar to the Intelligent Robotics Group at NASA, is a board member for the Internet Society of New York and assists with organizing tech conferences around NYC. She has published in Linux Journal and sits on the Linux Journal editorial advisory board. Alicia’s thesis on the Arduino microcontroller and its relationship with art and design has been posted on the MAKE Magazine blog, Adafruit Industries, a Tangibles course at Carnegie Mellon University, MIT’s TEI conference, and several other reputable electronics and tech blogs.