I am a graduate student in mechanical engineering at MIT. My research is on the design of high performance, clutchless, hybrid transmissions. I have done a wide variety of hands on projects and love designing and building. I worked on setting up MakerWorks at MIT.
S.B. MIT 2012
S.M. MIT 2015
Honors and Awards
2016 Lemelson-MIT "Drive it!" Graduate Prize Winner, 2016
R&D 100 Finalist, 2015 (For RoboClam underwater burrowing technology)
MIT Mechanical Engineering Research Exhibition 1st Place, 2015
(Da Vinci Genius Award).
James Dyson Foundation Fellowship Award, 2014
MIT De Florez Competition 4th place - Graduate Division, 2013
MIT Wunsch Foundation Award for Leadership, 2012
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, 2012
See Google Scholar Page
I enjoy a variety of hobbies including building personal projects, RC airplanes, exploring the outdoors, and photography.