I am an undergraduate student at The Cooper Union in the Electrical Engineering Class of 2020, on the signals track. I am currently also a software engineering intern at Google's Kirkland office, on the DoubleClick Engineering Productivity team.
I am active on the Cooper Union hyperloop team and on the planning board for the HackCooper 2018 hackathon.
Previously, I was an electrical engineering intern at Totem Power where I designed power electronics including energy storage systems. I was also a student researcher at Cooper Union's Complex Fluid Physics and Engineering (CoFPhE) lab, where I designed electronic control systems and circuitry for autonomous boats operating in complex fluid flows
I actively participate in hackathons, having competed in HackCooper 2016, the Facebook Global Hackathon, and HackPrinceton. At present, I am helping to plan the next Cooper Union hackathon event. I also regularly compete in the ACM-ICPC and Bloomberg CodeCon programming contests, and hold the 28th place in the 2018 CodeCon global finals.
My current studies include the Cooper Union EE coursework, with a focus on signal processing (including DSP) and machine learning. I also have a strong academic background in computer architecture and operating systems. My additional hobbies include various personal projects, programming tutoring, 3D design using Blender, and exploring New York City.
Currently, I use Java, Kotlin, C, C++, and Verilog as my primary languages, but have worked with other languages in the past. I am always on the lookout for opportunities to apply new programming languages and technologies when relevant to work and projects.