Peter Mui is the founder of Fixit Clinic (www.fixitclinic.org) which conveys critical thinking and troubleshooting skills through both in-person and virtual events. Over 750 in-person Fixit Clinic events have been hosted at elementary, secondary and high schools, colleges and universities, libraries and through teleconferencing software. “Education, entertainment, empowerment, elucidation, and, ultimately, enlightenment through all-ages do-it-together hands-on fix-n-learn community-sponsored and community-led discovery, disassembly, troubleshooting and repair.”
Peter is a leading practitioner in lean innovation; applying agile methods from software development to hardware and durable goods. He’s the founder of the MIT Entrepreneurs Club https://innovation.mit.edu/resource/mit-e-club/, co-founder of the MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition https://www.mit100k.org/
and mentors academic startups at MIT, UC Berkeley, and UCSF.
Peter was the keynote speaker for the IEEE Consumer Technology Society (CTSoc) at the Consumer Electronics Show, has presented for the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Armed Services Makerspaces. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the E-town eChievement Award and the California Resource Recovery Association Pavitra Crimmel Reuse Award.