Aaron Stein hails from Ann Arbor, MI, and in 2011 he graduated from Swarthmore College with Bachelor's degree. In 2016 he earned his PhD in electrical engineering systems at the University of Michigan while studying the design of power electronics in vibration energy harvesting application. Today, he is a post-doctoral research associate at Dartmouth working with Professor Charles Sullivan on magnetic component design for power electronic systems. His primary research focus is on high-Q resonant coils for wireless power high-efficiency wireless power transfer. In his spare time, he likes to mountain bike, fish, and ski.