Hi! I am a senior at Princeton High School focusing on robotics and mechatronics engineering, and will be studying either Mechanical or Electrical Engineering next year at University. I spend most of my time building robots and running a variety of engineering related clubs at my high school.
My main research interests are aerial robotics, Computer Numerical Control, and autonomous vehicles.
During the summers of 2017 and 2018, I researched at Rutgers WINLAB. In 2017, I developed smart bike technologies to make cycling safer, smarter, and easier. In 2018, I developed small-scale autonomous traffic simulations in the ACE project, helping WINLAB prepare for their COSMOS project.
|CoreXY||Designed and built a large-format 3D printer based on the fabtotum coreXY kinematics system.|
|Strobo||Built an iOS app based stroboscope that used dynamically varied frame rates instead of a flashing light to determine the rate of rotating object.|
|Parallel Computing Drone Swarm||Built a swarm of drones that could work together to perform natural disaster relief.|
|2018||1st Place High School Individual Olympiad Exam||Place first in a robotics/mechatronics test at Trinity International Robot Contest|
|2017||1st Place High School Team Olympiad Exam||Place first in a robotics/mechatronics test at Trinity International Robot Contest|
|2016||Best Mobile Hack at HackRPI 2016||Built TrailMaps, a crowdsourced trail mapping application|