Team n3eight is
Software Development Officer
Boling is currently a second year undergraduate at MIT studying management science and mathematics. He became involved with Nextlab and n3eight@MIT primarily due to his interest in mobile technologies and startups. Outside of Nextlab, he is involved in a mobile related startup as well as an energy startup. During his free time, Boling enjoys running, playing tennis, community service, and reading.
Prashant is a Nextlab Alum and a second year System Design and Management Fellow at MIT Sloan and ESD. Prashant has a broad experience with mobile and wireless technologies and is passionate about their ability to bring content to people on the move. Prashant sees mobile phone as the dominant platform in the developing world and has a keen interest in ventures that could positively impact the lives of the next billion. More than technology he believes in the long-term sustainibility and business viability of such enterprises and with n3eight@MIT he sees it as an opportunity to create a world class mobile technology incubator at MIT.
Institutional Relations Officer
Rajeev is a graduate student at MIT in the System Design and Management Program. His background is in IT Consulting and is keenly interested in the themes of Technology Strategy, System Architecture, Free/Open Source software, Alternative models of economic organization and political economy in South Asia. He is a volunteer for Association for India’s Development; likes fiction, music and generally dislikes crowded subways, pop-music and writing about himself in the third person.
System Architecture Officer
Project Management Officer
Yulia is a graduate student at MIT in the System Design and Management program (SDM), with background in software engineering. Yulia is originally from Indonesia, and has been witnessing the widespread adoption of Mobile Technology in her country. That’s how she became interested in technology development for emerging countries, particularly Mobile Tech. She is also involved in the OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) iniative for Indonesia. Finally, she enjoys music, performing art, martial art, graphic design, criminal-justice TV shows, and trying to get back to distance running… and trying to find the time to do all those other activities.