I am a sophomore majoring in Electrical & Computer Engineering and Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University with experience and interests in coding (C/C#/C++, Python, ROS, Java, Node.JS, React.JS), AI/ML and robotics, and biology.
In recent years I have had the opportunity to intern at various tech startups, a robotics lab and also at a biological research lab. These experiences have allowed me to learn more about these fields through working.
Additionally I have been able to pursue my interests specifically in self-driving technology as a part of Carnegie Mellon Racing (CMR) where I am working to build out our driverless devision.
I have built strong leadership skills during my years on my high school's student government, as well as serving as president of the student body and currently as a Senetor serving on CMU's student government.
An online marketplace connecting farmers, distributors, and food banks. Winner of the Ayadee Hackathon in 2020.
A biometric-based payment platform that allows you to complete transactions using facial recognition.
A mood-based Spotify playlist generator. Third place winner of CMU's Hack-112 Hackathon in 2019.
Bachelor of Science• May 2023
Major in Electrical & Computer Engineering
High School Diploma• June 2019
Programming Languages: Java, HTML/CSS/JS, Python, C#, C++, NodeJS
Frameworks/Libraries: ReactJS, SQL, OpenCV, Tensorflow
Laboratory: PCR, Birefringence Analysis, Western Blot
Software: MS Office, Git, Logic Pro, Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator, Fusion 360, Final Cut Pro, Altium Designer, Gazebo, ROS
Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute• May 2020 - present
• Simulated humans in Gazebo to test a robot designed to assist the visually impaired navigate public spaces
• Designed and implemented a full AI based conversational pipeline in ROS - from speech recognition to synthesis - to enable the robot to communicate verbally with people and keep track of the context of the conversation
Harvard Medical / Boston Children's Hospital • July - August 2018
• Initiated a study of a novel animal model of TPM3 Congenital Myopathies, at the lab of Dr. Lou Kunkel
• Conducted genotyping of mutated fish and birefringence analysis to find the phenotypic response to the genetic mutation and determine if the model is a good representation of the human condition
Harvard Medical / Boston Children's Hospital • June - August 2017
• Worked in the lab of Dr. Lou Kunkel to study treatments for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in animal models
• Carried out trials of serotonin modulators on zebrafish animal models resulting in the conclusion that they were not effective methods of treatment
Pixtory - Bangalore, India • July - December 2016
• Built a responsive website and web app while experiencing a startup environment
• Contacted and onboarded college professors as new contributors to the app
InMobi - Bangalore, India • July 2015
• Built adaptors gathering data from APIs as part of the Miip app development team
• Learnt the steps needed to take an app from idea to execution