Jesse received a BSEE from Johns Hopkins University in 2003, graduating with honors and a minor in mathematics.
Jesse joined Synapse in 2013 with experience designing embedded digital systems with ARM Cortex applications processors, DDR3 and flash memories, USB, Gbit ethernet, PCIe, as well as manufacturing test systems design and programming. In his time at Synapse he has designed low power wearable and media streaming devices that employed wireless technologies including Bluetooth/BLE, WiFi, and GPS/GNSS.
In his free time, he enjoys skiing, hiking, backpacking, bicycling and bike camping in Washington's mountains and islands. He is also working on maintaining and restoring a 1967 Chevy Nova.