Jesse Louis-Rosenberg is Chief Science Officer at Nervous System. He researches the use of simulation techniques in design and is interested in the creation of new kinds of fabrication machines. He creates online tools that give non-programmers the ability to customize their own digitally fabricated designs. Jesse studied math at MIT and previously worked at Gehry Technologies in building modeling and design automation.
Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg founded Nervous System in 2007. Jessica currently acts as Creative Director and Jesse as Chief Science Officer. Jessica graduated from MIT in 2005 and holds degrees in Architecture and Biology. Afterwards, she studied architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Jesse also attended MIT, majoring in Mathematics. Nervous System’s designs have been featured in a wide range of publications, including WIRED, Metropolis, Forbes, and The Christian Science Monitor. Jesse and Jessica have given talks on their generative design process in many forums, including MIT, Carnegie Mellon, SIGGRAPH, and Eyeo Festival.