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Paul Nemirovsky is finishing his PhD at the MIT Media Lab (thesis writing). His research focus is on improving ways by which we create, retrieve, browse, and manipulate information (in particular digital media).

He earned Master of Science from MIT for his work on the delivery of navigational information in the conditions of sensory overload. His SM thesis project was an audio-based wearable device for pedestrian navigation in a city environment.

Before coming to the Media Lab, he worked as a lead programmer at a number of high-tech companies. He also has an active international performing and composing carreer (bands, ballet, film, and other experimental and commercial settings).

He speaks 4 human and 4 machine languages, and loves traveling the world, making sushi and movies, sailing, and explaining the meaning of life to inanimate objects.