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Princeton, New Jersey 08540 USA


Robotics (Mechatronics, Controls, Electromechanical Design), Mechanical Design and Simulation , Electrical Engineering (PCB Design, Motor Design/Control, Power Circuits, Battery/Energy Managment), Computer Engineering (Backend Development, Robot Planning and Control, Computer Vision, Mobile Development)


Mechanical Engineering: Solidworks, FEA/FEM, CFD, Forward Kinematics, Inverse Kinematics, Control Theory, Fusion 360, ANSYS

Electrical Engineering: Eagle CAD, Altium Designer, Microconrollers (STM32, Espressif, Atmega), Soldering (SMD)

Computer Engineering: Matlab, Simulink, Python, C, C++, ROS/Gazebo, Machine Learning, Reinforcement Learning, PyTorch, Tensorflow, Keras, Git/Github, Embedded Systems, Linux


Rutgers University School of Engineering Honors Academy, New Brunswick, NJ

B.S., Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science

  • Robot Learning (Graduate)
  • Dynamic Systems and Controls
  • Introduction to AI
  • Design of Mechanical Components
  • Mechatronics
  • Mechanics Of Materials
  • Statics (Honors)
  • Calculus 1-5 (Honors)
  • CAD for Mechanical Engineers
  • Dynamic Systems and Controls
  • Thermodynamimcs
  • Fluid Dynamics
  • Dynamics
  • Design of Mechanical Components
  • Robotics and Mechatronics
  • Data Structures
  • Linear Algebra
  • Computer Architecture
  • Discrete Structures

2019 - 2023


Mechatronics Intern, ASML

Developed mechatronics systems for improved reliability and function on machines responsible for manufacturing 70% of the worlds computer chips. Worked on the internal robot arms (SCARA and standard) as well as all Reticle Handling components, both in vacuum and out of vacuum. Created diagnostic tools in Matlab/Simulink to analyse dynamic behaviour of the Reticle Handling system which then allowed faster robot movements while minimizing vibrations. Interfaced with internal control structure to create control systems for vibration compensation and response.

2021 - 2021

Software Engineering Intern, MLH (Major League Hacking) Fellow

Contributed to Adafruit’s CircuitPython, a Python version for micro controllers, through the inaugural class of MLH Fellows. Worked with a cohort of other developers as well as an industry professional mentor, allowing for rapid growth within the Open Source community. Worked on Glider, a live, mobile code editor using React Native for the app, embedded C for the microcontroller, as well as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) for the live code updates. Made biweekly pull requests, featuring over a dozen different commits. Stubbed out the entire BLE aspect for a 5x decrease in development time as well as increased the accessibility of the app to any potential user. Also added many features and bug fixes, such as dark mode and increased device support.

2020 - 2020

Undergraduate Researcher, Rutgers University Aresty Summer Science Program

Used parallel processing and CUDA acceleration with MATLAB to improve processing speed of a 3D insect flight simulator used for development of micro-aerial robots.This allows for over 50x increases in program speed greatly reducing computational costs associated with simulation.

2020 - 2020

Engineering Intern, Rutgers University WINLAB

Developed smart intersection technologies usign autonomous vehicles

  • Used computer vision (OpenCV) to localize all vehicles in the intersection
  • Developed vehicle control model, which used the top-down localization to have closed-loop control of the vehicles
  • Worked on the communication system (pub-sub) between the virtual simulation and the real-life model
  • Built the server backend for controlling various aspects of the intersection (traffic lights, pedestrians)

2018 - 2019

Engineering Intern, Rutgers University WINLAB

Smart Bike Project

  • Developed smart bike technologies to make cycling safer, easier, and smarter
  • Constructed and programmed most of the electronics on the bike (turn signals, headlights, and sensors), including the automated self-locking mechanism

2017 - 2017


Mechanical Lead, Rutgers Solar Car Team

Lead the Mechanical Engineering development of a solar powered race car.

  • Lead a subteam responsible for designing, analyzing, validating, manufacturing and testing the mechanical components for a solar powered race car. Taught members the fundamentals of mechanical design and analysis, as well as designed the suspension, drivetrain components, and the brakes and steering systems.

2019 - Present

Executive Director and Founder, hackPHS

Founded and organized one of the largest high school hackathons in the nation

  • Led a team of 30 organizers to work on the many aspects of hackathon organizing
  • Raised tens of thousands of dollars from sponsors
  • Had over 300 total people attend during the two event I ran (over 200 at the second one)

2017 - 2019

President, PHS Computer and Robotics Club

Led my high school robotics club to many successful competitions, taught and mentored underclassman, and worked on many personal projects

2016 - 2019

Engineering Captain - General Manager, PHS Science Olympiad

Led my high school Science Olympiad Team (specifically the engineering events)

2017 - 2019


First Place, Trinity International Robotics Competion, 2017,2018

Won first place in the Trinity International Robotics Competition Olympiad exam in both the high school individual(2018) and high school team(2017)

Best Mobile App , hackRPI, 2017

Top 30, PennApps, 2018

School Of Engineering Honors Academy, Rutgers University, 2019-Present


Available upon request