Adina is a 2nd year PhD student in EECS at MIT. Her work focuses on optimization and automated design of nano electronics. She grew up in a Charedi family in Israel and now identifies as Modern Orthodox. Adina loves cooking and hosting large Shabbat meals, as well as being involved in her local Jewish communities. She's currently serving on the board of MIT GradHillel and Harvard Hillel's Orthodox Minyan board. In addition to Jewish stuff, Adina also enjoys painting, reading, biking, being a scotch snob, and really trying (never successfully) to keep plants alive.