Hi, I’m Thomas Hudson.

I’m an engineer in Portland Oregon. I play bike polo and work and play in mechatronics. I build exhibits at OMSI, teach electronics tinkering at PCC, build research devices for honeybees, and particpate at dorkbotpdx.

Current resume (pdf)




September 2014

Dorkbot is putting on another Portland Maker Faire exhibition at OMSI September 13 & 14. Portland Maker Faire.

Summer 2014

Started working at OMSI. What an amazing place. 5 continents, 23 countries.

Spring 2014

Broke ground on a tiny house or also known in Portland as an ADU.

Fall 2013

Develped new honeybee technology for Eltopia based around varroa mite reduction.

Fall 2013 - Spring 2015

Teaching three PCC classes: Electronics for Inventors I, II, III

Spring - Summer 2013

Teaching at the OMSI Technology Center

Teaching free Mechatronics classes at Community Supported Everything

May 2013

Bay Area Maker Faire Exhibitor with Dorkbotpdx

March 2013

Prototyping integrated backpack lights for Black Star Bags

Collaborating with James Moore on Swarmy

February 2013

Completed circuit new breakout circuit board production for National Energy Conservation Inc.

January 2013

Chicktech Volunteer, Co-led the Microcontroller Group - chicktech/

Dorkbot Cult Induction co-teacher Portland Oregon

December 2012

Physical Computing for Artists – Volunteer student helper for Don Delmar’s class, Continuing Education Class at PNCA

September 2012

World Maker Faire Exhibitor New York