I am a junior computer engineering major at UMass Amherst. I hold several officer positions in student organizations such as the UMass IEEE student branch, the UMass Hackathon team, and the UMass ACM Cybersecurity Club. My interests are primarily in software. I am fascinated by computer vision, artificial intelligence, and algorithm design.
Now that we have the necessary business information out of the way, some interesting facts about myself. I have raised pigs, goats, and sheep as pets (I have had the typical dogs and a cat too). I have climbed the Grand Canyon twice and my backpack got eaten by squirrels the first time. I am double jointed in my fingers and loose jointed in my shoulders which is extremely useful when I do Jiu-Jitsu. And lastly, when I bought my Ford Fiesta from the dealer it was the only stick-shift Fiesta available in New England for sale.
Hopefully you enjoyed learning a little bit about me. The rest of this site showcases a few projects that I am working on lately. Feel free to reach out to me over LinkedIn or via email if you have any questions.
Built using Python and OpenCV, Project Riemann uses computer vision to estimate the number of objects in a container. Project Riemann generates its own dynamic packing coefficients based on configuration pictures that provide greater accuracy than normal, static packing coefficients.
Holeshot is an autonomous drag-racing car. As a Vaterra R/C car modified with an NVIDIA Jetson and an Arduino Uno, Holeshot is capable of drag-racing at speeds up to 40mph.
I am developing a collection of Jupyter Notebooks for teaching Python for the UMass ACM Cybersecurity club. The first workshop was run on 2/18/16.
Shell-Scribe is a developer tool built to provide easier replication of custom configurations that are created using shell commands. Shell-Scribe also has built-in support to create lessons out of shell scripts to allow easier hand-offs to another developer.