Amon Millner is a doctoral candidate in the MIT Media Lab’s Lifelong Kindergarten Group. With a broad interest in supporting invention and creative learning, he develops tools, activities, and spaces for youth to create physical interactions with computer-based objects. Millner is currently leading the efforts to connect the Scratch programming language to the physical world, serving as a principal designer of its sensor board architecture. His research projects and volunteer efforts reach a broad range of learning settings. His current work is shaping core activities in two networks of creative spaces around the world: Computer Clubhouses and Fab Labs. Millner holds degrees from USC, Georgia Tech, and MIT.