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BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
Cumulative GPA: 3.63
Relevant coursework: Intro to Embedded Systems, Computer Networking, Computer Security, Great Ideas of Computer Architecture (Machine Structures), Databases, Data Structures, Efficient Algorithms and Intractable Problems, and Intro to Artificial Intelligence, Designing Information Devices and Systems I & II
Member of Eta Kappa Nu, electrical engineering & computer science honors society
Fluent: C, C++, Python, Java, Objective-C, Swift
High Performance Electric Vehicle Conversion Shop
Created a CAN-bus digital-to-analog RPM signal converter for vintage tachometers with electric drivetrains
Restored the system tachometer, speedometer, power steering, and check engine light on a previously gas-powered vehicle that was converted to electric by reverse engineering and mimicking the OEM CAN-bus signals
Created a diagnostic system including custom monitoring hardware, an application server, and an iOS App to monitor battery and power system information in EV West's electric vehicles
Electric Paramotor Company
Designed and programmed the flight control unit for Para-Volt's debut electric paramotor, including the user interface to control the motor, the control unit on-board the motor, and the interface between the two.
Created a home "smart lights" system that allows users to control the lights in their house from their phone or computer, enable motion detection, schedule dimming or raising the lights at certain times, and automically lower or raise the brightness to account for changes in ambient lighting.
Each light was controlled by a Nordic nRF52832, equipped with a light sensor, motion sensor, and manual switch. A central Raspberry Pi controller hosted a Django web server to remotely control the lights and communicated with all of the Nordic boards over BLE.
Built an iOS app for CalHacks 2018 that allowed users to browse local Craigslist and eBay listings with a card-swiping interface.
Worked primarily on the iOS app written in Swift and designed in Xcode Interface Builder, including both the backend that requests the APIs as well as the GUI.
Built an iOS music playing application that synchronizes with Dropbox for those that own their own music files.
Uses the Dropbox API to scan files in a user-specified music folder, detect which files are not downloaded or have changed on the server since they were last downloaded, and allows the user to download them to his device.
Scans the downloaded files, scrapes the included metadata (if any), and assembles a graphical music library for the user to browse, play, and queue her songs.