Daniel is a problem-solver first, engineer second, who is passionate about engaging with clients and helping drive towards user-centric solutions. Daniel joined Synapse in 2019 after graduating with a BS in Electrical Engineering from Harvard and learning the ropes of electronics design interning and working in the medical device industry.
At Synapse, he has worked on engineering projects including fitness data loggers and low-power consumer devices, and been responsible for electrical verification and manufacturing test fixtures, low-power embedded circuit design, and trying to catch as many schematic bugs as possible. He loves being challenged in his role and being exposed to different types of consumer technologies, and helping clients understand the various design tradeoffs in product development.
Daniel’s interests include the intersection of technology, data, and sports. While in college, his undergraduate thesis focused on designing a wearable-assisted posture correction device for athletes. Outside of work, he enjoys planning West Coast road trips, backcountry skiing, hiking, climbing, and rooting on his hometown Seahawks.