Vice President, Science & Testing
Dr. Timur Senguen received his BA in Biochemistry from Kenyon College and went on to complete Master's and Doctoral degrees in Chemistry at the University of Rochester, specializing in the study of proteins believed to be involved in Alzheimer's disease. After a brief stint at the Boston Biomedical Research Institute, where he focused on a particular form of heart disease, he took the position of VP of Science & Testing at Reviewed.com. He oversees all testing procedures, and continuously works on improving testing as well as scoring methodologies.
Articles and Reviews by Timur Senguen
DigitalStrom: A Brain Transplant for Your Dumb Appliances
September 05, 2013 – These little Lego blocks can turn any old washer, dryer, or refrigerator into a modern smart appliance.
HDMI Announces Version 2.0—and Just a Moment Too Late
September 04, 2013 – HDMI finally announced its much-needed improvements to 4K support. Introducing: HDMI 2.0.
What are Liquid Crystals and Why are They in my Television?
September 03, 2013 – Liquid crystal technology is the most common in displays today. Here's what they are, how they work, and why they'll be replaced.
OLED Televisions Leave No Room for Improvement (Almost)
August 20, 2013 – OLED televisions can produce perfect black levels. With no light left to suppress, what does this mean for televisions?
How Dryers Destroy Clothes: We Delve Into the Research
August 08, 2013 – A look at the scientific literature that deals with the damage that dryers do to fabric.
What is Plasma, and Why Is it in my Television?
August 07, 2013 – No, plasma is not a tradename.
Meet HATS, Our Headphone Tester
July 29, 2013 – Headphone testing is a bit more than putting a mic up to the 'phones.
How We Test Washing Machines: Stain Strip Spectroscopy
July 22, 2013 – How to use science to determine stain removal performance in washing machines.
Image Stabilization Testing: How Do We Accurately Simulate Camera Shake?
July 16, 2013 – Unlike most performance testing, image stabilization requires a bit ingenuity to measure.
3D Printers: The Replicators are Coming (Video)
January 15, 2013 – Which technology will have the most impact on how lives will change in the next 10 years?
Is that a Butane Combustion Reaction in Your Pocket?
January 08, 2013 – One of the first companies to throw their hat into the consumer fuel cell ring is Lillipution Systems.