I love solving high-impact problems with software-driven hardware. I'm interested in all of robotics, computer systems and networking, avionics and control systems, RF, and systems engineering.
SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches the world’s most advanced rockets and spacecraft, including the new Starlink internet constellation.
JPL is the leading U.S. NASA center for robotic exploration of the solar system, and has various spacecraft and instruments carrying out planetary, Earth science and space-based astronomy missions.
Boom is a series B supersonic airliner startup valued at $141M. They're currently developing a single-seater Mach 2.2 demonstrator aircraft.
MITRE is non-profit which operates seven federally-funded research and development centers (FFRDCs) spanning defense, aviation, healthcare, security, judiciary practice, and civil systems.
Brown Space Engineering is a student team at Brown University dedicated to making spaceflight more accessible by designing and building CubeSats from scratch. It has demonstrated this by successfully launching and operating the fully open-source CubeSat "EQUiSat" on July 13, 2018. EQUiSat is built entirely from commercial off-the-shelf parts and is capable of being reproduced for ~$3600 in under a year.
HCRI is an interdisciplinary coalition at Brown University dedicated to researching and developing humanity-centered robotics. I work as a technician on robots involved in research, development projects, and demonstrations. I also work on pilot projects in humanity-centered robot design.
Teaching Assistant in Brown Computer Science and Engineering departments
A company interested in promoting STEM learning through instructional camps and development of educational resources. I worked as a developer of various tools and demos for use in our camps and to be sold to local teachers and schools, and also as an instructor for instructional children's camps.