In a makersystem, local makerspaces network together to offer specialized capabilities to a larger community.
We are working hard to make sure MIT students have access to the tools, spaces and information they need to make, create and innovate.
Project Manus is happy to announce the addition of a new team member: Lee Zamir joins Project Manus staff as a third Maker Technical Specialist.
Part of the Project Manus team, Lee is excited to bring his decades of experience and enthusiasm for making to the MIT community.
Lee Zamir is an MIT graduate where he received his BS and M.Eng. in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. He worked at Bose Corporation from 1997 through 2019 and held various positions within the company that span engineering, research, sales, and marketing. Most recently, as the Director of Bose’s New Business Development Lab, Lee worked with entrepreneurs and innovators inside and external to the company to prototype new product concepts and incubate new growth businesses for Bose Corporation.
Lee also served as the driving force behind BOSEbuild, a new “build-it-yourself” category of products focused specifically on kids ages 8 and up. His goal with BOSEbuild was to enable and encourage kids to discover how their world works by offering products that combine hands-on learning and exploration with the result of their work being a great final product.
Lee joined the academic staff of Olin College of Engineering as Entrepreneur-in-Residence for the and was the instructor for Iterate in Spring 2020.
He is an avid designer, maker and engineer and has his own custom furniture design studio LeeZamirDesign.com