Bayley Wang is an electrical engineering student at MIT, whose main hobby is making power systems using transistors larger than most people have ever seen. His recent creations include high-voltage devices, induction heaters, laser drivers and power converters. His growing collection of surplus equipment overflows his dorm room. He recreationally arbitrages CPUs on eBay and re-sells surplus optical equipment for a profit that makes his friends jealous.
Heidi Baumgartner is currently finishing her MIT physics degree. Her experiences in engineering started with the co-design of a 2MeV proton cyclotron in high school, which she was invited to build at Jefferson National Lab in Newport News, VA. She enjoys photography and web development. For the past several years Heidi has been an operator at the 6MW nuclear research reactor at MIT. Her idea of fun is vacationing in Chernobyl.
oneTesla exists because of the wonderful community that helped develop the dual-resonant solid-state Tesla coil (DRSSTC). By making our design open-source, we hope that we can give a little back to to the DIY community, and help it continue to thrive. In particular, we’d like to thank: