My Projects

I have always loved to tinker and build things in the world. I’ve started from a fairly young age with arts and crafts projects, moving on to scientific experiments, and then engineering projects. I worked many fun projects since:

  • Harvard Undergraduate Robotics Club, Unmanned Aerial Systems – Project Leader (Fall 2017 – Present)
  • Embedded systems and vision processing at Nest/Google (Summer 2018)
  • Created and launched small model rockets with two friends (Summer 2018)
  • Underwater robotics with the Harvard Self-Organizing Systems Research Group (Winter/spring 2018)
  • Magic mirror – Introduction to EE final project with three teammates (Winter 2017)
  • Control algorithms for drones at the Stanford Autonomous Systems Laboratory (Summer 2016)
  • FIRST Robotics Team 1868, The Space Cookies – Programming Captain (Summer 2013 – Spring 2017)
  • Zero Robotics Project Leader (2014) and Member (2015) – code ran on SPHERE satellites on the International Space Station
  • Studied galaxy formation and evolution using data from the Hubble Space Telescope in the Department of Astrophysics at UC Santa Cruz through the Science Internship Program (Summers 2015, 2016)
  • Face detection using eigenfaces with the programming team in my robotics team at Gunn High School Hackathon (Fall 2016)
  • Bubboo Android game, released on Google Play (2015)
  • Sudoku generator and solver – AP CS final project (2014)
  • Created a robotic ping-pong shooter and programmed molecule random walkers at California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS) in UC Davis (2013)
  • iOS applications at various hackathons (2011-2013)
  • Toy robot with a touch sensor to turn when it hit obstacles (2010)
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