Nicholas KlugmanZoe Lemon2020-08-30T14:04:21+00:00
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE
MEng in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, 2020
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Science and Engineering & in Mathematics, MIT, 2019
Nicholas Klugman is a Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. His MEng research (also at MIT EECS) focused on the modeling and design of explosively-pumped magnetic flux compression generators. He is also an EECS Fellow, an Alfred P. Sloan Scholar, and was a Draper Fellow during his MEng. Nicholas received a Bachelor of Science from MIT, double majoring in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics.
Modeling and Design of Magnetic Flux Compression Generators