During my freshman year, I received a grant from Penn’s Center for Undergraduate Research Funding to work with Professor Mark Devlin’s experimental cosmology lab. I worked on the MUltiplexed SQUID/TES Array at Ninety GHz (MUSTANG), an instrument at the Green Bank Telescope which is ideal for imaging phenomena such as merger-driven shocks via the Sunyaev- Zel’dovich Effect. I designed a breakout box for the data, a thermometry housekeeping board, a general breakout board for the amplifier chips and a main receiver array board.