A cross-disciplinary course in Internet of Things startups
Nick Hosein rejoined the Ph.D. program at UC Davis after taking three years off to launch a fashion-wearable technology company, Kábrya, and to work fulltime as a life coach across Europe and the Americas. He earned his M.S. at UC Davis in artificial intelligence and algorithms design for low-power embedded systems and his B.S. at UC Berkeley, where he majored in electrical engineering and computer science.
Hosein’s contributions to education include designing and launching a cross-disciplinary course in Internet of Things (IoT) startups. He is interested in using social dynamics to improve society and how we are educated. Watch video >
What drew you to the Keller Pathway Fellowship program?
Being somewhat self-taught in entrepreneurship, I saw this as an opportunity to find like-minded individuals to brainstorm and work together.
What excites you about growing your entrepreneurial mindset?
Applying my technical knowledge to do more than write technical publications. The possibility of having my ideas benefit society as a whole excites me.
What does innovation mean to you?
Taking part in the most fundamental human drive.