Duncan started working on JITX because he wanted a better way to design robots. While he was at Berkeley he started collaborating with Jonathan on better design tools for origami robots. Duncan's work in robotics won him a best-paper award from the IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems and a Guinness World Record. Since co-founding JITX he has been working on sales, marketing, strategy, fundraising and recruiting.
MS and PhD Mechanical Engineering - University of California, Berkeley
BS Mechanical Engineering - Florida State University
Jonathan is the creative director of JITX working on amazing new algorithms for physical design automation, and planning out the future for long-term impact. He's a thought leader in design tools, with a 35-year-long track record. He led the Chisel project at UC Berkeley, and previously co-founded Other Lab. Research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for 8 years, he has held postdocs as ICSI and Stanford, and was a researcher at IRCAM. He studied cognitive science, computer science, and visual arts.
MS and PhD Computer Science - University of Massachusetts at Amherst
BS Computer Science - University of California, San Diego
Patrick is the CTO of JITX, building the backbone of our automated design software, and taking on some of our trickier algorithmic problems. He is the designer and implementer of the L.B. Stanza programming language, an optionally-typed general purpose programming language. He previously developed FIRRTL, the intermediate representation of Chisel3.
PhD Computer Science from University of California, Berkeley
MASc Machine Learning - University of Toronto
B.Eng Electrical Engineering - University of Calgary
Our vision at JITX is to automate hardware design for the benefit of science and the welfare of humanity.
JITX is a team that is building next‑generation software to help companies design better electronics. Dedicated to solving difficult problems with huge impact, our first step is to automate circuit board design. We are a profitable seed‑stage startup, backed by Y Combinator.
Anita is building a world class team and culture at JITX! Her expertise is building teams around the company roadmap, building diversity and intern programs, and recruiting processes. Anita was formerly with software and hardware integrated startup companies, such as Carbon and Meta. Outside of work, she is found hiking, swimming, cycling, and running.
San Jose State University, BS, Business, Human Resources Management
Ariel is a software engineer at JITX, who loves diving into algorithms and language design. With his development of CAD importers and JITX language features, he is committed to seamless expression of hardware intentions through software. If Ariel is away from his desk, he's either out jump roping or observing the next caterpillar that crawled through his garden.
University of California, Berkeley, BA, Computer Science
Bertrand is a software engineer at JITX, working on computational geometric problems. Previously, he worked on geometric problems related to numerical simulation and 3d metal printing. In his free time, Bertrand likes to bike, hike and travel.
University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, PhD, Computer Science
University Claude Bernard of Lyon, MSc, Mathematics
University Jean Monnet of Saint-Etienne, BS, Mathematics
Carlos was a professor of computer science for 16 years before joining Google for 9 years as a software engineer. He likes logical and mathematical puzzles and used to tackle programming challenges for fun before it became his career. He also participated in international puzzle competitions, sometimes as part of a Brazilian team. Oddly enough, he doesn't care about soccer and doesn't like Samba, being a long time prog rock fan. Just recently he decided to learn how to play the piano, which is now his most important hobby.
PhD in Computer Science from Universidade de São Paulo,
Bachelor in Electronic Engineering from Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (São José dos Campos, Brasil)
Mike is a software engineer at JITX, working on developer tools, infrastructure, and product features. He previously developed professional multimedia software, and has a passion for building tools for creators. When he's not building things with JITX he plays piano and guitar while tweaking audio systems.
University of Miami - BS, Electrical Engineer, Audio Focus
Oleg is a programming languages, compilers, runtimes and development tools engineer. He has extensive background in implementation of programming languages. Outside of work, Oleg enjoys hiking, cycling, and lecturing on computing subjects (compilers, virtual machines, memory management, the history of programming languages).
PhD, Computer Science, Saint-Petersburg University, Russia
Philippe formulates and solves optimization problems generating PCB schematics. Additionally, he sets up the product web interface and infrastructure. Philippe studied applied mathematics and previously developed chatbots for an AI company in Paris and software for an algorithmic trading company in Hong Kong. Philippe enjoys traveling and follows closely new advancements in tech, from electric vehicles to deep learning research.
University of California, Berkeley, Master of Engineering, MEng, Operations Research & FinTech
Ecoles des Ponts ParisTech, Masters Degree, Mathematics and Computer Science
Rajesh is the Director of Engineering of JITX, managing engineering teams and building infrastructure for JITX’s cloud offering. Rajesh has experience in building startups from inception multiple times over the past 20 years. In his free time, he spends time learning guitar, riding motorcycle and hiking.
University of Wisconsin-Madison, MS, Computer Science
University of Wisconsin-Madison, MS, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, B.Tech, Engineering Physics
Scott is a recovering mathematician who is fascinated by the frothing boundary between deep theory and messy practicalities. His past research projects were in the theory of continuous-time computation, foundations of mathematics, and general-purpose programming language design. Outside of work he might be found at the climbing gym, on the hiking trail, or curled up with a good hard science fiction novel.
Cornell University, PhD, Mathematics
Cornell University, MS, Computer Science
University of Chicago, BS, Mathematics
Stephen develops product and feature definition, partnerships, and customer success at JITX. He brings expertise in electronics design process, having published multiple papers on the topic, co-chairs IPC-2231 Design for Excellence standard, and teaches courses on electronics design process. Previously, he improved electronics design process at X, the moonshot factory (formerly known as Google[X]), and designed electronics for consumer, energy, offshore, and defense industries.
University of Southern California, BS Electrical Engineering and Engineering Technology Commercialization
Tyler is a software engineer at JITX with a passion for compilers, software testing and programming language design. In a past life, he worked on automated software testing and code coverage tools for C/C++ and Ada. On nights and weekends, you may find him exploring Berkeley, hacking on side projects, or working on improving his French.
University of Rhode Island, BS, Mathematics