Doug FeigelsonMIT, Computer Science
Doug Feigelson, MIT '14, is currently studying computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Winner of the 2012 Boston Facebook hackathon, he enjoys building cool things. His prior work includes substantial iOS development. Doug built the Sigmund iPhone app.
Daniel Nadler is a PhD Candidate, researcher, inventor, and financial writer at Harvard University. In 2012 he was featured on CNN's What's Next, a program profiling "forward-looking thinkers in the fields of tech, science and social change…[and] the big ideas and events that will help shape our collective future" for his pioneering work and research in the area of using automated night-time audio broadcasts to influence dream content. As a financial writer, his analysis of currency and equity markets has been frequently published in the financial media, including the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. In 2010 he received research funding through Harvard's Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative to study sleep-dependent learning, a field of research that examines how sleep consolidates and optimizes the layout of procedural memories, and how this process plays a critical part in learning new skills, such as playing a musical instrument. His work on Sigmund grows out of this earlier exploration of the neurobiology of sleep-dependent learning.
Yuhki Yamashita, Harvard ’11, studied computer science at Harvard University, and was the head teaching fellow for Harvard’s largest and most popular computer science course, CS50. He currently works at Microsoft, in Seattle. Prior to starting at Microsoft, Yuhki developed the overall user interface concept behind Sigmund, and executed the primary digital art.