I became an engineer with one goal - to make a positive impact on the world, through designing solutions that help people.
Right now, I'm studying Engineering Science at the University of Toronto - taking a Major in Robotics, Minor in Artificial Intelligence and a Certificate in Engineering Leadership.
These days, I'm teaching myself about autonomous vehicles, and I'm particularly interested in the cutting-edge of perception, localization and control.
Building and tinkering are passions of mine, and I've collected some of my projects here for you to see!
Helped research Boundary Layer Sliding Controllers for robustness to gusting wind by implementing ROS Gazebo Wind infrastructure, as well as creating Kalman Filter and Fast Fourier Transform modules.Lab Website
A collection of literature reviews for research, with a focus on perception and control.View on Github
Designed and fabricated COVID screening hardware, more accurate and cheaper than existing solutions, with custom API software intergration for all-in-one screening and contact-tracing solution.View on Github
Trained an in context Cone Instance Detector using Detectron2 and a R-CNN base. An example video can be found here.View on Colab
Reduced mass of front mounts by 50%, by using topology optimization, while meeting FSAE technical requirements for strength and stiffness, validated using FEA.View on Imgur
Created CAD tutorial videos for recruits, removing prior knowledge barrier to entry into team and encouraging students to join.View on Youtube
Designed an autonomous rover using ROS and OpenCV, which predicts and follows lane lines.View on Github
A visualizer showing different in-place sorting methods, with different runtime complexities.Try!
Created an autonomous electric vehicle charger robot, modeling entire design in CAD, and doing FEA on critical components.View on Github
Programmed a two-look-ahead minimax chess AI that's better at chess than I am.Play!
Rebuilt front suspension assembly of a 1994 Civic Si as a project car to take to the track.View on Imgur
Fabricated a working violin using 3D printing and lots of bondo.View on Imgur