Zade Koch is an army engineer officer serving his first two years of active duty military service as an MIT Masters in City Planning student (‘21) and Draper research fellow. He majored in Civil Engineering at the United States Military Academy at West Point and graduated in May 2019. His coursework at MIT concentrates on transportation planning and data analytics. His research focuses on pedestrian safety at urban intersections. He is interested in how people move throughout complex city spaces. In his spare time, Zade enjoys playing and designing board and card games.