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
EEE404, Real-Time Digial Signal Processing
CSE240, Programming Languages
MAT300, Mathematical Structures
MAT420, Scientific Computing
MAT421, Applied Computational Methods
EEE341, Engineering Electromagnetics
Updated May 2017
General Dynamics Mission Systems
May 2017 - August 2017
I'm super excited to start this month!
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.