The electrical team is divided into five sub-teams dealing with unique aspects of the car. Many members are a part of multiple sub-teams spanning both the electrical and mechanical teams.
Michael Lin | Telemetry Lead
Michael is a third year Computer Science Major at Georgia Tech. He is responsible for enabling the monitoring infrastructure and dashboards that allow the team to quickly diagnose and assess the current state of the car. Michael once built a lamp that could stream the Shrek theme song over visible light.
Lilli Long | Auxiliary Systems Lead
As auxiliary systems lead, Lilli has fixed and re-broken the rear view camera system at least three times. She has been bitten by the wire snakes so frequently that she’s immune to their venom. Her biggest fears are putting Anderson crimps in their housings and unexpected horn tests. She used to be a physics major, but physics is hard, so now she plays with wires instead. Her biggest pet peeve is when the solder flux pens are moved out of the marker drawer. Her favorite pastime is soldering countless 0402 resistors onto PCBs because it “builds character.”
Alex Nussey | Drivetrain Lead
Alex is a third year Computer Engineering student at Georgia Tech with a background in Computer Science. He loves building things and solving problems, and listens almost exclusively to classic rock. As Drive Train lead for GTSR, he is responsible for turning all that solar power into forward motion.
Justin Lee | Solar & MPPT Lead
Justin is a third-year Mechanical Engineering student with strong opinions on wire connectors. He is responsible for integrating the car’s solar array and maximum power point tracking charge controller to the car’s main power system. Legends say that he uses his skills in Tetris, Photoshop, and pen spinning to punish those who shade the solar array during charging sessions.
Jared Duncan | Batteries & BMS Lead
Jared is a third year Computer Science major concentrating in AI and embedded systems. He’s passionate about renewable energy and loves seeing code take physical form. As batteries lead, he makes sure the car can still run when it gets cloudy, and that it doesn’t explode in the process. He also developed the display system for the dashboard.