I enjoy playing Ultimate Frisbee, hiking, and cooking. I’ve recently been trying to pick up the piano, but am so far rather lackluster. I speak some German and am always looking to practice speaking with others.
Amazon Web Services (2022 – Present)
I have recently rejoined the team I interned with at Amazon AWS, Storage Gateway. I don’t yet know exactly what I’ll be working on, but I am excited to learn more about software engineering and work at one of the top cloud companies in the world!
USC (2018 – 2021)
At USC, I work as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in USC’s Unmanned Systems and Robotics Lab (USRL). I have received the McNair Junior Fellows and Magellan Scholars grants in support of my research. I have previously work with a cooperative UAV and ASV system and am continuing my research work with the system as my Senior Capstone Project. I have also worked on a fiducial tag comparison project, and currently am focusing on multi-robot path planning project.
Amazon Web Services (Summer 2021)
I interned at Amazon AWS with the Storage Gateway team. My internship project was to create a command line interface to a hardware appliance using Java, Spring Shell, and Linux utilities.
I recently returned from an exchange program in Germany through the Parlementarisches Patenschafts-Programm für junge Berufstätige (Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals). I spent two months at a language school in Radolfzell am Bodensee, Baden-Württenberg and improved my German to the B1 Level. In the beginning of October, I moved to Berlin and began attending the Technical University of Berlin. In January, I began working for Teraki GmbH, a tech startup. My program was cut short due to COVID-19, and I returned to the US in mid-March. I continued to work for Teraki until August on low-power SLAM and other reconstruction/localization related projects.
UCSD (Summer 2018)
In the Summer of 2018, I was in California for an REU internship with the Engineers for Exploration group at UCSD. I worked to develop realtime controls for a UAV using a PYNQ FPGA. This novel project allows all hardware to be programmed in C++ and creates a simple Python interface for high level commands. I presented this work at the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Big Data.
I joined the Autonomous Field Robotics Lab in the summer of 2017, just after graduating from high school. I worked on a drone and boat combined robotic system which evolved into the Matrice 100 and Jetyak cooperative system presented in our Journal of Field Robotics paper.
- Fiducial Markers for Pose Estimation March 26, 2021
- A marsupial robotic system for surveying and inspection of freshwater ecosystems May 11, 2020
- Experimental Comparison of Open Source Visual-Inertial-Based State Estimation Algorithms in the Underwater Domain April 18, 2020
- Spiral Generation February 13, 2019
- PynqCopter – An Open-source FPGA Overlay for UAVs November 13, 2018
- PYNQ-copter’s Maiden voyage August 15, 2018
- Into the Caves August 8, 2018
- Programming Examples: Sorts Complete July 22, 2018
- Triangles and Circles July 22, 2018
- Assembled Hexcopter with Controller July 20, 2018