About Me

I’m a graduate student at Stanford University, where I’m studying Electrical Engineering with an emphasis on signal and image processing. I received my bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Oklahoma Christian University in the spring of 2011.

In my free time, I enjoy just about anything outside. Most often, it’s hiking, cycling, running, sailing, or geocaching. I’m proud to not own a car (for now), and am happy getting around on my bike. I enjoy technical projects, especially anything where I can pull out a soldering iron or a wrench and also write some code. I was heavily involved in FIRST LEGO League and the FIRST Robotics Competition as a student, and continued to mentor a team in college.


The easiest way to contact me is by email: sebell _ stanford _ edu. You can also find me on Twitter or (if you know me in real life) Facebook.

About this site

This site is an attempt to pull together my many projects, ideas, and writings, and fill a role that a blog or Facebook can’t.

On the technical side, the site is hosted on GitHub Pages, using Jekyll to produce static HTML. You can read a little more about the development process in my blog post.

I’ve tried a variety of setups in the past, including plain-vanilla HTML, a custom PHP setup, and Jemdoc. I’m also attracted to the ease-of-use that WordPress offers, but right now I really like the simplicity of plain text and the idea of having my website be a version-controlled repository. If you want to see the source, here it is.