I am an Electrical Engineering and Computational Mathematical Sciences major in Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University, with a focus in signals and computer engineering.
My passion is machine perception: pushing the envelope of how computers and robots understand the world. Through advancements in computer vision, natural language processing, and sensing I hope to create a world where humans interact with machines in a natural and instinctive way.
CSE230, Computer Architecture
EEE241, Fundamentals of Electromagnetics
EEE335, Analog and Digital Circuits
EEE304, Signals and Systems II
EEE333, Verilog HDL and Logic Design
EEE341, Engineering Electromagnetics
EEE404, Real-Time Digial Signal Processing
CSE240, Programming Languages
MAT300, Mathematical Structures
MAT420, Scientific Computing
MAT421, Applied Computational Methods
EEE488, Electrical Engineering Capstone
EEE508, Image and Video Processing and Compression
MAT442, Advanced Linear Algebra
CSE310, Algorithms and Data Structures
JPN101, First Semester Japanese
Updated May 2017
General Dynamics Mission Systems
May 2017 - August 2017
Worked on an agile team to perform regression tests on the upcoming HOOK 3 Combat Survival Radio.
The Luminosity Lab @ ASU
August 2016 - Present
We work on cutting-edge projects and research topics of special interest to the Univeristy President's Office.
Social Robotics Lab @ NUS
May 2016 - July 2016
Developed a natural language processing algorithm for use in social robotics applications.
Participated in a research exchange program that only accepts 50 students a year from across the United States.
Engineering Tutoring Center
September 2015 - October 2016
I tutored undergraduate students in electrical engineering, physics, math, and computer science coursework. In particular my focus was circuits, differential equations, digital logic, and assembly language.