I am an undergraduate student at The Cooper Union in the Electrical Engineering Class of 2020, on the signals track. I interned on Google's DoubleClick Engineering Productivity team in Kirkland in 2018 and will be returning in the summer of 2019 to intern on the Storage Engineering Productivity team in New York City.
I am active on the Cooper Union hyperloop team as the electronics technical lead, as well as on the planning board for the HackCooper hackathon series.
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.
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 science, including 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.