About Me

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.

Research Interest

My main research interests are aerial robotics, Computer Numerical Control, and autonomous vehicles.

Research Experience

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.

Skills

  1. CAD: SOLIDWORKS, EAGLE CAD, Inventor, OpenSCAD, Fusion360
  2. CAE:ANSYS, SOLIDWORKS Simulation
  3. Software: Python, Java, Swift/iOS, C++, Git/GitHub, C

High School Activities

  1. PHS Computer and Robotics Club (President)
  2. hackPHS (Founder, Executive Director)
  3. PHS Science Olympiad (Building and Engineering Captain)
  4. Engineering Club (Engineer)

Projects

Project Description
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.

Awards

Year Award Description
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

Check out some of my projects!