I am an Electrical Engineering undergraduate student at the University of Notre Dame with internship experience in the automotive industry at the Tier 1 supplier and OEM level. My professional and technical interests include circuit design, autonomous vehicles, modern physics, and computer programming. I possess proficiency or a working knowledge in C, C++, Python, and Verilog. Past projects of mine include the development of the Wheelchair-Stroller, a stroller that attaches to a wheelchair for the use of paraplegic parents.
My personal interests include snowboarding, skateboading, swimming, water polo, golf, piano, squash, Jeopardy!, 3D Printing, sketching, graphic design, and DIY Home Improvement Projects.
I am continually working to become a more experienced and proficient engineer. I do this through internships, coursework, course projects, self-study, attending guest lectures in engineering, computing and physics at Notre Dame, hobby programming, and interaction with bright minds. At the moment, my top four procifiencies are as listed at right.
Dean's List in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017. Relevant coursework includes: Signals & Systems, Electromagnetic Fields, Fundmanetals of Semiconductors, Electronics, Circuit Analysis II, Circuit Analysis I, Logic Design, Modern Physics, C/C++ Programming, Introduction to Electrical Engineering, Introduction to Engineering II (MATLAB), Introduction to Engineering I (Design). Member of Club Water Polo Team and Stanford Hall Government.
4.16/4.00 GPA with honor of being Class Co-Valedictorian. Participated in STEM Research & Inquiry. MHSAA All-State Swimmer and Captain of Varsity Swim & Dive.
I successfully completed an engineering design capstone project under Dr. Darrell Kleinke at the University of Detroit Mercy. I worked on designing a wheelchair-adaptive stroller for a paraplegic mother from the Metro Detroit area. The project has been covered nationally and internationally The Today Show, The Huffington Post, Fox2 News Detroit, and many others.