Peter earned his B.S. in electrical engineering, mathematics, and philosophy with minor emphases in physics, computer science, and religious studies from the University of Idaho in 2015. He received the John B. George award as the outstanding graduating senior in the college of science. In 2016 he completed his M.S. in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Michigan, where he is currently pursuing a Ph.D. His current research is in mixed-signal integrated circuit design for applications in neuromorphic computing. Peter has three years’ experience as a tutor in undergraduate mathematics and computer science and is CRLA certified. Peter, his wife Christine, and their son Luke live in Ann Arbor and attend Old St. Patrick Church.