Geo Homsy is a computer and software architect with extensive experience in physics, biology, and robotics. He has worked in the bay area machine art community since 1990, with groups such as Survival Research Laboratories and Amorphic Robot Works. He has made original contributions in theoretical chemistry, biological computation, secure networks, spread-spectrum data storage, and physiological modeling and simulation. He also works on embedded systems, physical modeling and optimization, and ergonomics. Homsy has a PhD from MIT.