- 6.849 Final Project - For my final project for Geometric Folding Algorithms, I explored curved crease origami in semi-rigid materials, focusing on developing a software package to produce waterjet-cuttable files for perforating sheet metal for folding. I took this class Spring '17.
- 6.033 Final Project - For my final project for Computer System Engineering, our team of 3 was tasked with redesigning the MBTA bus scheduling system. I concentrated on the bandwidth utilization scheme. I took this class Spring '17.
- 2.009 Final Project - 2.009 is MIT's MechE capstone class, so I led a team of 18 students to design, build, and present to an audience of 1200+ an alpha prototype of a speech-enabled respirator. I also led design of the electronics for the respirator, including 3 custom PCB's to power, filter, and amplify the microphone. I took this class Fall '16.
- 6.111 Final Project - For my final project for Digital Systems Laboratory, our team of 3 created an interactive augmented reality game on a Virtex-2 FPGA where players could hold a "lightsaber handle" and hit sprites onscreen, similar to fruit Ninja. I took this class Fall '16.
- 6.882 Final Project - For my final project for Bayesian Inference, I implemented Heteroscedastic Gaussian Processes and tried to look at some applications in video reconstruction. I took this class Spring '16.
- 2.671 Final Project - For my Go Forth project in Measurement and Instrumentation, I investigated optical performance of a photographic lens by measuring its step response and calculating the transfer function. I took this class Spring '16.
- 6.867 Final Project - For my final project for Machine Learning, with a partner, I mixed and matched various feature selection methods with various classification and clustering algorithms, looking at their performance in image classification on CIFAR-10. I took this class Fall '15.
- 2.086 Final Project - For my final project for Numerical Computation, I looked at parameter fitting and sensitivity analysis for differential systems of motion. I took this class Fall '14
- The Dentist - a 250 lb combat robot I built with a small team of friends for our entry in Battlebots Season 2. We ran into some controller issues and unfortunately couldn't compete, but I learned a lot that will be applied towards an entry in Season 3. For The Dentist, I worked on the concept, mechanical design, CAD, and all of the machining. Blog posts still under construction.
- Frozen Chainsaw Massacre - a go-kart I built with a small team of friends for the Power Racing Series. We ran into some reliability issues in Detroit, but have high hopes for a good showing at the New York Maker Faire. I worked mostly on the steering geometry, CAD, and machining.
- D3NIGMA - a website I worked on for 6.148, MIT's web programming competition. We were awarded best frontend design and honorable mention overall. I worked primarily on front-end, as well as UI/UX design.
- Mellow-D - a website I worked on for HackMIT. We were awarded best hack for social good and the Quirky sponsor prize. I worked primarily on database generation and seeding.
- Unread Emails - a webpage displaying the results of a cron script I wrote, which logs and graphs my unread emails.
- Sleep Tracker - a webpage displaying an estimate of my sleep patterns, based on how many unread emails I have.
- Moira Mapper - a web interface I built for a script my friend wrote, for mapping MIT mailing lists.
- GraceJS - a JS package I made for a friend of mine, based on AntonioJS.